The Spinal Technology Junior Classic, the Francis Ouimet Junior Stroke Play Championship, the World Series of Junior Golf, the Computer Merchant Cup, the Northeast Junior Classic and the Challenge Cup Junior Invitational are part of the AJGA's 2014 PBE program.
Werenski Becomes 2nd Challenge Cupper to Capture the Big Break.......Former Challenge Cup player and Georgia Tech phenom Richy Weresnki became the second Challenge Cup alum to win the Golf Channel's Big Break. Werenski, who is enjoying a solid season on the Tour, joins Justin Peters as Big Break champions from the Nation. Peters, who won the inaugural Big Break, is also a member on the Tour this year..........Khang Sets Record, Hendricken, Mayer-Brant and Housley Hold Slim Leads at Challenge Cup Championship.....Reigning Challenge Cup Player of the Year Megan Khang fired a 7-under par 65 en route to a 10-stroke opening round lead at the 33rd annual Challenge Cup Championship. With a major rain storm looming it was questionable whether the opening round would be completed. Khang wasn't fazed by the impending storm and posted a tidy 7-under par to set a single round Challenge Cup record for female golfers. While Khang was racing to an lead, the battle is tight in the Team Competition, Boys Division and Middle School Division.
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Former John D Mineck Award winner Tony Grillo with 2014 recipient Megan Khang

33rd Annual Challenge Cup Championship
April 21 | Alpine Country Club

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The United States Challenge Cup Junior Golf Foundation was founded in 1980. It was formally established in 1983 and incorporated as a non-profit charitable organization. The Challenge Cup provides junior golfers ages 8-19 the opportunity to develop their skills through a competitive tournament schedule.

The foundation offers: instructional opportunities through local PGA professionals, a junior mini-tour for novice to intermediate players (ages 8-15), 28 major competitions, and opportunities to qualify for 6 of the world's top junior events: the Scott Robertson Memorial, the Junior World Golf Championships, the Golfweek/FCWT Invitational, the Optimist International Junior, the Doral Publix Junior and the Orange Bowl) and 2 of New England's premiere amateur tournaments (the Hornblower and the Francis Ouimet Memorial).

In 2001, the Challenge Cup and Northeast Amateur partnered to create another unique opportunity for junior golfers. Each year the Challenge Cup Player of the Year will earn an invitation to compete in one of the world's top amateur events the prestigious Northeast Amateur.