The Remy Cup Matches
Junior Team Matches - Connecticut Section versus New England PGA Sections
Named in honor of Jim Remy, past president of the PGA of America from the New England PGA Section, the 4th annual Remy Cup Matches will take place on Saturday, September 12, 2015 at GreatHorse in Hampden, Mass. In 2015, twelve (12) Connecticut Section PGA Junior members will be selected to represent and compete against members of the New England Section PGA Junior Golf Association members. The Connecticut Section PGA Junior Team won the 3rd Remy Cup with a score of 4 to New England’s score of 2. Congratulations to the team and to the entire Connecticut Section PGA Junior Golf Association for a truly outstanding season!
Table of Contents1 -
2 - Junior Golf Association Membership
3 - Activating Your Membership
4 - PGA Junior Golf TOUR
5 - Ranked Tournaments - Open Registration
6 - Junior Connecticut PGA Championship
7 - Little Linksters (12 & Under)
8 - PGA Pro-Junior Invitational
9 - Jack Kelly Tournament of Champions
10 - Jack Kelly Sportsmanship Awards
11 - Player of the Year
12 - The Remy Cup Matches
13 - Rules and Regulations
14 - Birdies For Charity
15 - Sanctioned Tournaments
Elite Connecticut Section Junior Golfers Descend on Shennecossett for the Jack Kelly PGA Junior Tournament of Champions
SOUTH GLASTONBURY, Conn. (September 2, 2015) – For fifth consecutive year, the historic Shennecossett Golf Course in Groton, Conn., will host the Jack Kelly PGA Junior Tournament of Champions on Sunday, September 6, closing out the 2015 Connecticut Section PGA Junior Golf TOUR season.
The championship field of 78, including 53 boys and 25 girls, features prominent PGA Junior Golf TOUR players and Junior Club Champions from Connecticut and Western Massachusetts. Overall, 14 of the top 20 boys and 15 of the top 20 girls on the PGA Junior Golf Association (JGA) Player of the Year point list are entered in this invitational event.
Among those are the 2014 and 2015 JGA Girls Player of the Year Angela Garvin (2019 – Feeding Hills, Mass.), who is looking to capture her second Jack Kelly PGA Junior Tournament of Champions title (the previous coming in 2013), and Noah Peterson (2017 – East Longmeadow, Mass.), who has already clinched the JGA Boys Player of the Year title for 2015. Also competing are the top three points leaders in both Boys’ and Girls’ 9-hole division Player of the Year standings.
The tournament history itself lists a who’s who of Connecticut Section PGA junior golfers. Former winners include amateur golf titleholders Nicole Faniola, Juli Wightman, Andy Mai, Kelly Whaley and Cody Paladino.
Last year at Shennecossett, Nathaniel Dong (2016—Glastonbury, Conn.) fired a two-under par 69 to win his first Jack Kelly title. In the Girls’ Division, Julia Kemmling (2015—Berlin, Conn.) shot a four-over par, 75, to claim her second Jack Kelly title by three-strokes over defending champion Angela Garvin (2019— Feeding Hills, Mass.) and Maisie Filler (2019—Bloomfield, Conn.).
Starting times for the tournament will begin on Sunday at 10:35 AM, and run through 2:11 PM off the first tee. Spectators are welcome to attend, and admission is free of charge. The Championship will play at par 71, for both boys and girls, with the boys playing from 6,575 yards and the girls from a 5,543 yard layout. An awards ceremony will follow where the Jack Kelly Junior PGA Champions will be crowned, along with the Connecticut Section PGA Junior Golf Association Players of the Year. The winners of the 2015 Jack Kelly Sportsmanship Awards will also be announced at this ceremony. Special Guest Speaker Adam Rainaud, PGA Professional at the Black Hall Club and 2014 Connecticut Section PGA Player of the Year, will host a Q&A session and discuss his experience as a junior golfer competing on the CT PGA Junior TOUR, as well as his playing in the 2015 PGA Championship at Whistling Straits.
Please visit the Tournament Page for more information on the 2015 Jack Kelly PGA Junior Tournament of Champions.