56th MGA Junior Team Championship

Minnewaska Golf Club

Monday, August 1 - Tuesday, August 2, 2016

The winning TPC Twin Cities team after the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Left to right, Erica Olson, Allyson Rogers, and Alexa Filipiak. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Alexa Filipiak on the 1st tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Filipiak was low medalist with a 2 round total of 158, helping her TPC Twin Cities team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Alexa Filipiak on the 4th green during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Filipiak was low medalist with a 2 round total of 158, helping her TPC Twin Cities team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Alexa Filipiak on the 6th tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Filipiak was low medalist with a 2 round total of 158, helping her TPC Twin Cities team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Alexa Filipiak on the 7th tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Filipiak was low medalist with a 2 round total of 158, helping her TPC Twin Cities team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Alexa Filipiak putting for birdie on the 7th green during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Filipiak was low medalist with a 2 round total of 158, helping her TPC Twin Cities team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Alexa Filipiak after the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Filipiak was low medalist with a 2 round total of 158, helping her TPC Twin Cities team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Allyson Rogers on the 6th tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Rogers helped her TPC Twin Cities team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Allyson Rogers putting for birdie on thr 7th green during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Rogers helped her TPC Twin Cities team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Erica Olson on the 4th tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Olson helped her TPC Twin Cities team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Allyson Rogers on the 3rd green during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Rogers helped her TPC Twin Cities team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Amelia Simonds on the 1st tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Simonds helped her Minikahda team to a 2nd place finish. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Amelia Simonds on the 4th green during the MGA Junior Team Championsh​ip at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Simonds helped her Minikahda team to a 2nd place finish. Photo by Mark Brettingen​/Courtesy MGA
Alayna Simonds on the 5th green during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Simonds helped her Minikahda team to a 2nd place finish. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Alayna Simonds on the 7th tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Simonds helped her Minikahda team to a 2nd place finish. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Alissa Carlson chipping to the 7th green during the MGA Junior Team Championsh​ip at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Carlson helped her Chaska Town Course team to a 3rd place finish. Photo by Mark Brettingen​/Courtesy MGA
Claudia Kim on the 3rd tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Kim helped her Minikahda team to a 2nd place finish. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Cayla Kim on the 3rd tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Kim helped her Minikahda team to a 2nd place finish. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Claudia Kim chipping to the 2nd green during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Kim helped her Minikahda team to a 2nd place finish. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Claudia Kim chipping to the 2nd green during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Kim helped her Minikahda team to a 2nd place finish. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
The winning Heritage Links Golf Club team after the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Left to right, Matt Mills, William Moore, Noah Rasinski, Tanner Sperling, and kneeling Trey Sheehan. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Noah Rasinski chipping to the 5th green during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Rasinski was low medalist with a 2 round total of 141, 3 under par, helping his Heritage Links Golf Club team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Noah Rasinski on the 6th tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Rasinski was low medalist with a 2 round total of 141, 3 under par, helping his Heritage Links Golf Club team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Noah Rasinski putting for par on the 6th green during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Rasinski was low medalist with a 2 round total of 141, 3 under par, helping his Heritage Links Golf Club team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Noah Rasinski after the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Rasinski was low medalist with a 2 round total of 141, 3 under par, helping his Heritage Links Golf Club team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Noah Rasinski on the 8th tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Rasinski was low medalist with a 2 round total of 141, 3 under par, helping his Heritage Links Golf Club team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Matt Mills on the 8th tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Mills helped his Heritage Links Golf Club team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Matt Mills putting for birdie on the 7th green during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Mills helped his Heritage Links Golf Club team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Tanner Sperling on the 10th tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Sperling helped his Heritage Links Golf Club team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Tanner Sperling on the 1st tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Sperling helped his Heritage Links Golf Club team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
William Moore on the 7th tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Moore helped his Heritage Links Golf Club team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
William Moore on the 8th tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Moore helped his Heritage Links Golf Club team to the championship. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Aaron Schnathorst on the 10th tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Schnathorst helped his Detroit CC team to a 2nd place finish, 1 stroke behind the winning Heritage Links GC team. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Ben Unruh on the 10th tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Unruh helped his Detroit CC team to a 2nd place finish, 1 stroke behind the winning Heritage Links GC team. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Ryan Paskey putting for par on the 6th green during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Paskey helped his Detroit CC team to a 2nd place finish, 1 stroke behind the winning Heritage Links GC team. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Wyatt Blomseth on the 7th tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Blomseth helped his Detroit CC team to a 2nd place finish, 1 stroke behind the winning Heritage Links GC team. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Ryan Paskey on the 8th tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Paskey helped his Detroit CC team to a 2nd place finish, 1 stroke behind the winning Heritage Links GC team. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Jake Peters chipping to the 3rd green during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Peters helped his Minnewaska GC team to a 4th place finish. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Esten Stensrud on the 6th green during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Stensrud helped his Minnewaska GC team to a 4th place finish. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA
Isaac Burgess on the 7th tee during the MGA Junior Team Championship at Minnewaska Golf Club on Tuesday, August 2nd. Burgess helped his Minnewaska GC team to a 4th place finish. Photo by Mark Brettingen/Courtesy MGA

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Grand Stay - Glenwood

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Team Format

A team will be composed of a maximum of four players.  In the Boys Division the team scores will be based on the three lowest scores of the players on the team for each 18-hole round and totaled for 36-holes during the Championship.  In the Girls Division the team scores will be based on the two lowest scores of the players on the team for each 18-hole round and totaled for 36-holes during the Championship.

 

Championship Format

The teams will play 18 holes of stroke play each day, Monday, August 1, and Tuesday, August 2.  A tie for the Championship, in each division, will be played off immediately, hole by hole, until a champion is determined.  In the event of a tie for second or third, the following procedure will be followed:

  1. The lower second round team score
  2. The lower second round team score for holes 10-18
  3. The lower second round team score for Holes 13-18
  4. The Lower second round team score for Holes 16-18
  5. The lower second round team score for Hole 18
  6. By lot.
* Any disqualification penalty will void the score for that player for that round only