On Saturday, May 28, 2022, the IMG JUNIOR WORLD QUALIFIER: AGE 7-18 took place at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex. The qualifiers go on to compete at the IMG JUNIOR WORLD! Below are this year’s qualifiers.

GenderAge GroupQualifier(s)HS Graduation YearCity, StateThruTotalPoints
Boys7-8Cole Vieira2032El Dorado Hills, CAF*-115
Girls7-8Ella Ding2031Pleasanton, CAF*+215
Boys9-101. Kaeden Schabel2029Santa Cruz, CAF*-315
2. Marvin Liang2029San jose, CAF*-215
Girls9-101. Kelly Zhang2030Burlingame, CAF*-415
2. Isabelle Duan2029Cupertino, CAF*-215
Boys 11-121. Ethan Wang2027Cupertino, CAF-515
2. Richard Ding2029Pleasanton, CAF-115
Girls 11-121. Victoria Cui2028Atherton, CAF+115
2. Anita Lumpongpoung2028Sacramento, CAF+415
Boys13-141. Landon Abalateo2026Fair Oaks, CAF-2
2. Brayden Jones2027Seal Beach, CAF-1
Girls13-141. Abigail Lin2026Folsom, CAF-215
2. Emma Wang2027Palo Alto, CAF-115
Boys15-181. Aidan Tran2022Fresno, CAF-515
2. Avinash Iyer 2022San Ramon, CAF-315
Girls15-181. Norah Yang2025Los Altos, CAF+115
2. Emily Luo 2024Danville, CAF+215

Full Tournament Results Here

History of the Junior World Golf Championships (JGANC)

In 1968, the San Diego Junior Golf Association founded the Junior World Golf Championship to connect young golfers from all parts of the world. Not only was the goal to provide youth with a premier golf experience, but the organizers dreamed that the championship would build greater understanding among people of different cultures and values.

In its inaugural year, the event attracted 475 junior golfers from seven countries and 20 states. Today, the tournament has grown to 1250 participants, representing 56 countries and 42 states. The IMG Academy Junior World Golf Championships is now the largest international event in the world and is unique for its international representation and cultural diversity.

Congratulations to all of the JGANC qualifiers! We look forward to seeing you at the next tournament. To schedule a golf tournament at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex click here .

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