10th ANNUAL FCG CALLAWAY WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

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This Event is for Qualified and Invited Participants Only. If you have not qualified to play in the World Championship, please apply to play below. We recommend all Junior Golfers APPLY for the event and we will review all applications in May to fill any remaining spots.



Welcome to the 10th Annual FCG Callaway World Championship being held this year at 9 Championship Golf Courses in Palm Desert, CA!  This event is building into one of the largest and most competitive annual events in junior golf.  This might be the “COOLEST COMPETITIVE” event in Junior Golf that features so many added events making it a fun experience for all players and families.  A special treat for all competitors is a morning 7:30am shotgun start on all 9 courses with every player riding in a golf cart. Players ages 15-18 will share carts with their competitors and will play without caddies.  All players in the 13-14, 11-12, 9-10, and 7-8 divisions must have a caddy to drive their golf cart for the entire tournament.  We average 4 hours per round at this event and players have typically signed their scorecard by Noon each day. Questions on Caddy Policy Click Here 

In 2017 the event grew to 500 players after our most successful year before being 225 players.  We now call the Westin Mission Hills Resort the home of the FCG Callaway World Championship.  Players and families can stay at the amazing Westin Mission Hills Resort for a great price and we host several events at night throughout the week.

**22 US College Coaches Recruited at this Event in 2017!

NEW!  In 2018 all registered 15-18 boys and girls will receive an email to build their own CUSTOM PLAYER PROFILE that will be emailed to ALL USA COLLEGE GOLF COACHES!  Read More Here

2018 Schedule of Events (Tentative)

  • Saturday July 14thFCG Callaway World Parent Junior Best Ball ChampionshipRegister
  • Sunday July 15th – Mandatory Welcome Party at Westin Mission Hills Resort Oasis Ballroom featuring guest speaker Rick Sessinghaus, Golf’s Mental Coach and Denis Murphy from the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation – 2017 Pics
  • Monday July 16thRound 1 7:30am Shotgun Start / Evening PGA Tour Superstore Party for players/ parents – 2017 Pics
  • Tuesday July 17thRound 2 7:30am Shotgun Start
  • Wednesday July 18thFinal Round and Awards Presentation back at Westin Mission Hills Oasis Ballroom with Top 5 Finishers in each age division earning an award and gifts from our sponsors.


Mandatory Welcome Party on Sunday July 15th
will feature special awards presentation, guest speakers, get all tournament swag, and much more!

PGA Tour Superstore hosts a fabulous event for players and parents on the evening of round 1 where players can test equipment, play in fun contests, and eat pizza with their friends from around the globe.

Stay at the Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort
(Mention FCG World Championship 2018 for group rate)
71333 Dinah Shore Drive · Rancho Mirage, California, 92270 · United States
Phone: 760-328-5955 · Hotel Reservations: 877-253-0041

March 1st-31st Rates:
Traditional Double Queen Guestrooms $119.00 // Traditional King Guestrooms $99.00
April 1st-June 1st Rates:
Traditional Double Queen Guestrooms $139.00 // Traditional King Guestrooms $109.00

Book online here >

 

 

 

Special Presentation
Performance Under Pressure- what the best golfers do to be at their best when it matters most

Rick Sessinghaus, Psy.D, is known as “Golf ’s Mental Coach”. He is the expert on the mindset principles that make or break performance on and off the course. His coaching has helped top junior, collegiate, and professional golfers reach new levels of performance. Rick’s Book – Golf, The Ultimate Mind Game has been featured in national golf magazines and used by leading golf instructors across the country as the “best resource to improve your mental game.” To Learn more visit: www.GolfsMentalCoach.com

World’s Top Junior Golfers Take Over Rancho Mirage

PHOTO GALLERY >

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Academy Sponsor

HISTORY

2017 CHAMPIONSFull Leaderboard Recap  
Boys 15-18Runchanapong Youprayong, Thailand75, 68, 67: 210
Girls 15-18Ho Yu An, Taiwan65, 68, 71: 204
Boys 13-14Kentaro Nanayama, Indonesia67, 67, 69: 203
Girls 13-14Vanessa Ho, United States68, 69, 70: 207
Boys 11-12Pongsapak Laopakdee, Thailand65, 68, 71: 204
Girls 11-12Natachanok Tunwannarux, Thailand (p)68, 66, 70: 204
Boys 9-10Ratchanon Chantananuwat, Thailand68, 71, 66: 205
Girls 9-10Eila Galitsky, Thailand 34, 35, 30: 99
Boys 8 and UnderChang Xihuan, China 35, 33, 34: 102
Girls 8 and UnderJiranan Lim, Thailand 34, 35, 32: 101
2016 CHAMPIONS
Boys 15-18Tommy Stephenson, United States69, 72, 69: 210
Girls 15-18Sofia Chabon, Philippines71, 70, 70: 211
Boys 13-14Caden Fioroni, United States69, 68, 68: 205
Girls 13-14Francesca Bernice Olivarez-Ilas, Philippines68, 69, 68: 205
Boys 11-12Jayden Ford, New Zealand70, 68, 68: 206
Girls 11-12Nicole Felce, United States68, 69, 67: 204
Boys 9-10Ryan Liang, Canada74, 71, 73: 218
Girls 9-10Darla May Dela Torre, United States35, 33, 35: 103
Boys 8 and UnderLucas Quintero Osejo, Colombia35, 38, 35: 108
Girls 8 and UnderAva Cepeda, United States35, 34, 37: 106
2015 CHAMPIONSFull Leaderboard Where are they now?
Boys 15-18Zihao Jin, China71, 70, 71: 212
Girls 15-18Abegail Arevalo, Philippines72, 71, 72: 215SAN JOSE
Boys 13-14Raymond Li, Canada70, 70, 74: 214
Girls 13-14Zoe Campos, United States70, 73, 67: 210
Boys 11-12Alexander Yang, United States62, 63, 73: 198
Girls 11-12Lok Yin Wong, Hong Kong74, 74, 75: 223
Boys 9-10Kuranosuke Shimizu, Japan68, 76, 75: 219
Girls 9-10Natachanok Tunwannarux, Thailand68, 71, 74: 213
Boys 8 and UnderAchira Chumchaivate, Thailand29, 33, 33: 95
Girls 8 and UnderJiyue Wu, China35, 36, 40: 111
2014 CHAMPIONSFull Leaderboard Recap
Boys 15-18Justin Williamson, Honolulu, HI71, 69, 75: 215
Girls 15-18Kanyalak Preedasutthijit, Bangkok71, 67, 70: 208
Boys 13-14Puwit Anupansuebsai, Bangkok68, 68, 67: 203
Girls 13-14Paphangkorn Tavatanakit, Bangkok71, 70, 67: 208
Boys 11-12Nattabutara Sornkaew, Bangkok70, 71, 73: 214
Girls 11-12Rina Tatematsu, Bangkok69, 71, 65: 205
Boys 9-10Wit Pitipat, Bangkok71, 77, 69: 217
Girls 9-10Manassanan Chotikabhukkana, Bangkok71, 77, 73: 221
Boys 8 and UnderRapeepong Kosalutta, Chunburi39, 37, 35: 111
Girls 8 and UnderChloe Viray, La Mirada, CA43, 40, 41: 124
2013 CHAMPIONSFull Leaderboard Recap
Boys 15-18Devin Hua, United States68, 72, 72: 212
Girls 15-18Mimi Ho, Hong Kong72, 69, 76: 217FRESNO
Boys 13-14Jakc Trent, Australia72, 67, 71: 210
Girls 13-14Alyaa Abdulghany, United States73, 66, 74: 213USC
Boys 11-12Robin Williams, England68, 75, 74: 217
Girls 11-12Katherine Muzi, United States74, 74, 71: 219
Boys 9-10Jackson Rivera, United States76, 72, 71: 219
Girls 9-10Kayla Sam, Cambodia84, 78, 77: 239
Boys 8 and UnderCarson Kim, United States46, 39, 38: 123
Girls 8 and UnderZhang R. Burberry Sunshine, Philippines36, 39, 42: 117
2012 CHAMPIONSFull Leaderboard Recap
Boys 15-18Derek Castillo, Yorba Linda, CA70, 73, 69: 212UNLV
Girls 15-18Kitty Tam, Hong Kong77, 74, 74: 225SDSU
Boys 13-14Davis Shore, Knoxville, Tennessee69, 69, 72: 210ALABAMA
Girls 13-14Jiyoon Jang, Rancho Mirage, CA78, 71, 73: 222CAL
Boys 11-12Ahmed Ali, Pleasanton, CA70, 71, 73: 214
Girls 11-12Ya Chun Chang, Taiwan73, 72, 78: 223
Boys 9-10Federico Shin, Buenos Aires69, 73, 72: 214
Girls 9-10Francesca Bernice Olivarez, Philippines69, 73, 72, 214
Boys 8 and UnderLogan Zurn, Elkhorn, Wisconsin39, 39, 33: 111
Girls 8 and UnderIsabella Ranches, San Diego, CA49, 52, 46: 147SDSU
2011 CHAMPIONSFull Leaderboard Recap
Boys 15-18Gordon Neale, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA73, 71, 71: 215FLORIDA
Girls 15-18Kassidy Teare, Vista, CA75, 71, 72: 218LBSU
Boys 13-14Brian Humphreys, Washington70, 71, 72: 213Boise State
Girls 13-14Ssu Cha Cheng, Taiwan71, 70, 71: 212Xiamen Open Champion
Boys 11-12Nicholas Kumamoto, Irvine, CA71, 71, 73: 215AMHERST
Girls 11-12Sumire Noda, Tokyo, Japan79, 73, 75: 227
Boys 9-10Wo Cheng Ye, China67, 69, 69: 205
Girls 9-10Fransesca Bernice Olivarez, Philippines78, 70, 73: 221
Boys 7-8Eric Doyle, San Diego, CA42, 35, 42: 119
Girls 7-8Lucy Li, Redwood Shores, CA33, 34, 38: 105
2010 CHAMPIONSFull Leaderboard
Boys 15-18Wonje Choi, San Diego78, 72, 69: 219SDSU
Girls 15-18Casie Cathrea, Livermoore76, 75, 71: 222
Boys 13-14Gordon Neale, Rancho Santa Margarita75, 72, 70: 217FLORIDA
Girls 13-14Anne Freman, Las Vegas75, 78, 81: 234SCU
Boys 11-12Norman Xiong, San Diego76, 70: 146OREGON
Girls 11-12Alexis Monet Flores, Guatemala74, 75: 1492016 Olympic National Team
Boys 9-10Charlie Reiter, Palm Desert80, 75: 155
Girls 9-10Ty Akabane, Danville82, 70: 152
Boys 7-8Alexander Pak, San Clemente36, 36: 72
Girls 7-8Karah Sanford, Escondido36, 35: 71
Boys 6 and UnderJaden Huggins, Murrieta65, 58, 123
Girls 6 and UnderAmari Avery, Anaheim73, 73: 146
2009 CHAMPIONS
Boys 15-18Todd Baek, San Diego74, 71, 40: 185WEB.com Tour
Girls 15-18Courtney Hooton, Del Mar76, 80, 43: 199HARVARD
Boys 13-14Henry Cunningham, Phoenix, AZ74, 74, 39: 187ARIZONA
Girls 13-14Jenniffer Peng, San Diego81, 73, 40: 194YALE
Boys 11-12Sahith Theegala, Chino Hills78, 71: 149PEPPERDINE
Girls 11-12Haley Moore, Escondido77, 80: 157ARIZONA
Boys 9-10Sihao Yan, San Diego82, 77: 159
Girls 9-10Alexis Monet Flores, Guatemala36, 36: 72
Boys 7-8Sean Maruyama, Los Angeles37, 36: 73
Girls 7-8Bella Setio40, 37: 77
Boys 6 and UnderZane Weaver37, 62: 99
Girls 6 and UnderArlene faye Salvador35, 58, 93

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