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Annual FCG International Junior Golf Championship Tournament, California

15th Annual FCG International Junior Golf Championship
July 1-7, 2022

Title Sponsor: Tough as Steel // Supporting Sponsor: Callaway
Official Shaft: KBS

 2022 TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE / 2022 LEADERBOARDGENERAL INFO

We are so excited for our 15th Annual FCG International Junior Golf Championship and our new course line up.  It has been an honor to grow this event from an idea to host a warm up event for IMG Junior World to now being one of the most popular events annually in junior golf.  We have big plans for the continued growth of this event and we hope you can join us this year as we celebrate 15 years.  The event was originally named the San Diego Junior Masters but we had to change the name in 2013.   The FCG International better represents the size and scale of the event anyway as we annually attract over 600 players from more than 40 countries.   Each year this is one of the most popular events for College Golf Coaches to attend and recruit at. We have had an average of 40 coaches the past several years.   The best part of this event is it is open on a first come first serve basis as long as you meet the scoring requirements.  Just sign up and play!

2022 Tournament Schedule:

TWIN OAKS GOLF COURSE
July 1-2: Boys 13-14

ST MARK RESORT
July 1-3: Girls 15-18 (Cut after 36-Holes to Top 25%)

REDHAWK GOLF CLUB
July 1-3: Boys 15-18 (Cut after 36-Holes to Top 25%)

ST MARK EXECUTIVE COURSE
July 3 : Par 3 Contest (separate registration required – register here)

ST. MARK GOLF CLUB
July 6-7: Girls 13-14, Boys & Girls 11-12, Boys 9-10

ST. MARK EXECUTIVE COURSE
July 6-7: Girls 9-10 & 7-8 players & 6 and Under Compete

TOURNAMENT NEWS AND UPDATES

  • 6/30/22: Over 600 Players Set to Compete
  • “The largest OPEN event in junior golf” – just sign up and play!  650 Players from 40 Countries in 2019!
  • Qualifying Event for the following week’s IMG Academy Junior World Championship
  • World Amateur Ranked / Golfweek and NJGS Ranked / AJGA Stars
  • Divisions include 6 and Under, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12, 13-14, and 15-18
  • We will post the schools of the College Coaches in Attendance as we see them:

St Mark for Girls 15-18

  • Claremont McKenna
  • CSU San Marcos
  • Kansas University
  • Emory University
  • University of Arizona
  • Long Beach State
  • Colorado State University
  • University of Hawaii
  • Denison University
  • Point Loma Nazarene

Redhawk for Boys 15-18

  • Denison University
  • SDSU
  • Gonzaga
  • Pacific University
AJGA PBE Allocation 

Boys 15-18 Champion: 8 Performance Stars
Boys 15-18 Top 5: 4 Performance Stars
Boys 15-18 Top 10: 1 Performance Star
Boys 13-14 Champion: 2 Performance Stars
Boys 13-14 Top 5: 1 Performance Stars
Boys 11-12 Champion: 1 Performance Star
Girls 15-18 Champion: 8 Performance Stars
Girls 15-18 Top 3: 4 Performance Stars
Girls 15-18 Top 5: 1 Performance Star
Girls 13-14 Champion: 2 Performance Stars
Girls 13-14 Top 3: 1 Performance Star
Girls 11-12 Champion: 1 Performance Star

Watch This To See What the FCG International Junior Golf Championship is like:

 

Hotel Options for Families:

Coming Soon


40 College Coaches in Attendance in 2021

 

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


Founded in 2008, the FCG International Junior Golf Championship Formerly the San Diego Junior Masters, has grown to over 600 Annual Participants from more than 30 Countries and has become the largest OPEN event in Junior Golf!  The FCG International was televised on Fox Sports in 86 million homes in 2013Here are video episodes from Fox Sports: 8 and Under / 9-10 / 11-12 13-14 / 15-18

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HISTORY
2022 Champions
Full Leaderboard
Boys 15-18
Hsiang Chih Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan
75, 75, 64: 214
Girls 15-18
Thitikarn Thapasit, Bangkok, CA
67, 73, 70: 210
Boys 13-14
Landon Abalateo, Fair Oaks, CA
70, 69: 139
Girls 13-14
Prim Prachnakorn, Bangkok Thailand
67, 70: 137
Boys 11-12
Yunze Wang, Rancho Santa Fe, CA
68, 69: 137
Girls 11-12
Fay Jia, Murrieta, CA
68, 67: 135
Boys 9-10
Supakorn Vejsupaporn, Bangkok, CA
69, 72: 141
Girls 9-10
Sabrina Wong, Hong Kong, CA
56, 56: 112
Boys 7-8
Skyy Wilding, Bangkok, Thailand
58, 58: 116
Girls 7-8
Anna Ponghathaikul, Bangkok
63, 62: 125
Boys 6 and Under
Sean Wilding, Bangkok
60, 61: 121
Girls 6 and Under
Emi Minami, Chiba
62, 65: 127
2021 Champions
Full Leaderboard
College
Boys 15-18
Steven Deutsch, Chula Vista, CA
68, 71, 65: 204
Long Beach State
Girls 15-18
Natachanok Tunwannarux, Bangkok
66, 70, 70: 206
Boys 13-14
Aiden Tiet, Garland, TX
70, 68: 138
Girls 13-14
Mariana Rodríguez Chavez, Ibague, Colombia
72, 68: 140
Boys 11-12
Teerawut Boonseeor, Hua Hin
70, 69: 139
Girls 11-12
Rina Kawasaki, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
66, 68: 134
Boys 9-10
Charith Chintam, Irvine, CA +6 F +5
72, 76: 148
Girls 9-10
Hailey Kim, Simi Valley, CA
56, 54: 110
Boys 7-8
Naphol Sathianmongkhon, Chino, CA
58, 58: 116
Girls 7-8
Gloria He, Irvine, CA
60, 56: 116
Boys 6 and Under
BoonYarit Kantha, Chonburi
71, 73: 144
Girls 6 and Under
Nichapa Chobhimves, Bangkok
68, 70: 138
2020 Champions
Full Leaderboard
Boys 15-18
Steven Deutsch, Chula Vista, CA
68 71 64 203
Long Beach State
Girls 15-18
Kirstin Angosta, Henderson, NV
69, 71, 76: 216
TCU
Boys 13-14
Parker Bunn, Ogden, UT
71, 69: 140
Girls 13-14
Varsha Ramachandran, San Jose, CA
67, 68: 135
Boys 11-12
Baron Nguyen, Fountain Valley, CA
68, 63: 131
Girls 11-12
Kayla Geng, San Diego, CA
70, 77: 147
Boys 9-10
Connor Szczechowicz, Chula Vista, CA
73, 76: 149
Girls 9-10
Jingyi Cui, San Diego, CA
59, 57: 116
Boys 7-8
Andrew Kung, Culver City, CA
62, 63: 125
Girls 7-8
Gloria He, Irvine, CA
68 64 132
Boys 6 and Under
Jones Barbanell, Woodland Hills, CA
70, 69: 139
2019 Champions
Full Leaderboard
Boys 15-18
Junfan Wang, Clermont, FL
68, 72, 69: 209
Rochester
Girls 15-18
Wendy Hsiao, Taipei City
73, 69, 71: 213
Stetson University
Boys 13-14
Nolan Kuszyk, La Canada Flintridge, CA
67, 67: 134
Girls 13-14
Eagle Ace Superal, Dasmarinas City
70, 71: 141
Boys 11-12
Ratchanon Chantananuwat, Bangkok
64, 70: 134
Girls 11-12
Rianne Mikhaela Malixi, Quezon City
69, 71: 140
Boys 9-10
Nithidpong Srichatphirun, Bangkok
72, 75: 147
Girls 9-10
Alice(Ziyi) Zhao, Irvine, CA
54, 56: 110
Boys 7-8
New Zealand Justin Le, Auckland
59, 57: 116
Girls 7-8
Jadar Kiatphonsiri, Downey, CA
61, 62: 123
Boys 6 and Under
Benjaming Golf Dong, Beijing, CA
67, 65: 132
Girls 6 and Under
Gloria He, Irvine, CA
71, 75: 146
2018 Champions
Full Leaderboard
Boys 15-18
Owen Avrit, United States
67, 71, 71: 209
University of Oregon
Girls 15-18
Ashley Lau Jen Wen, Malaysia
66, 69, 68: 203
TCU
Boys 13-14
Willy Chen, Taiwan
71, 69: 140
Girls 13-14
Yuna Kawabata, Japan
74, 69: 143
Boys 11-12
Phuthanate Kangwol, Thailand
67, 68: 135
Girls 11-12
Rianne LI, New Zealand
75, 75: 150
Boys 9-10
Pakorn Wongpen, Thailand
77, 76: 153
Girls 9-10
Arianna Lau, Hong Kong
57, 57: 114
Boys 7-8
Ajalawich Anantasethakul, Thailand
62, 56: 118
Girls 7-8
Zoe Salinas, United States
59, 62: 121
Boys 6 and Under
Mr.Naphol Sathianmongkhon, Thailand
69, 73: 142
Girls 6 and Under
Miroku Suto, Japan
64, 66: 130
2017 CHAMPIONS
Full Leaderboard
Boys 15-18
Yuki Moriyama, Japan
67, 68, 69: 204
University of Oregon
Girls 15-18
Yu-ping Huang, Taiwan
70, 72, 67: 209
Riverside
Boys 13-14
Ian Maspat, United States
68, 67: 135
Pepperdine
Girls 13-14
Ho Yu An, Taiwan
68, 72: 140
Boys 11-12
You Seong Choi, Republic Of Korea
69, 68: 137
Girls 11-12
Samantha Marie Dizon, Philippines
72, 77: 149
Boys 9-10
Alex Long, Canada
73, 69: 142
Girls 9-10
Arianna Lau, Hong Kong
61, 60: 121
Boys 7-8
Ajalawich Anantasethakul, Thailand
65, 61: 126
Girls 7-8
Arisa Bintachitt, Thailand
62, 68: 130
Boys 6 and Under
Carlos Andres Dugarte Hurt Venezuela, Republic Of Bolivarian
82, 78: 160
Girls 6 and Under
Miroku Suto, Japan
74, 74: 148
2016 CHAMPIONS
Full Leaderboard
Recap
Boys 15-18
Zihao Jin, San Diego, CA
68, 67, 64: 199
SDSU
Girls 15-18
Ribka Vania, Bandung
71, 71, 71: 213
Boys 13-14
Robin Williams, Peterborough
69, 68: 137
Florida State
Girls 13-14
Francesca Bernice Olivarez-Ilas, Muntinlupa City
68, 70: 138
Boys 11-12
Jayden Ford, Porirua
69, 71: 140
Girls 11-12
Chia Yen Wu, Taipei City
71, 72: 143
Boys 9-10
Jay Leng, Jr, Rancho Santa Fe, CA
71, 72: 143
Girls 9-10
Pearpylin Chaisilprungruang, Pitsanuloke
61, 63: 124
Boys 7-8
Pakorn Wongpen, Ladkrabang Bangkok
66, 61: 127
Girls 7-8
Kayla Geng, San Diego, CA
66, 60: 126
Boys 6 and Under
Traithunwa Thongsuk, Songkhal
75, 67: 142
Girls 6 and Under
Arisa Bintachitt, Songkla
75, 70: 145
2015 CHAMPIONS
Full Leaderboard
RECAP
Boys 15-18
Taisei Negishi, Japan
70-65-71: 206
University of Michigan
Girls 15-18
Yui Kawamoto, Japan
73-72 69: 214
LPGA Tour
Boys 13-14
Enqi Liang, China
66-73: 139
Seton Hall
Girls 13-14
Ching Tzu Chen, Taiwan
72-70: 142
University of Oregon
Boys 11-12
Luke Potter, United States
69-72: 141
ASU
Girls 11-12
Arlene Faye Salvador, United States
68-72: 140
Antelope Valley
Boys 9-10
Kuranosuke Shimizu, Japan
69-70: 139
Girls 9-10
Saori Iijima, Japan
56-56: 112
Boys 7-8
Ratchanon Chantananuwat, Thailand
59-54: 113
Girls 7-8
Brynn Kort, United States
66-65: 131
Boys 6 and Under
Hudson Hatch, United States
75-81: 156
Girls 6 and Under
Anna Huang, Canada
71-66: 137
2014 CHAMPIONS
Full Leaderboard
RECAP
Boys 15-18
Amarin Kraivixien, Thailand
67-66-69: 202
Campbell
Girls 15-18
Pauline Beatriz del Rosario, Philippines
71-68-73: 212
Kansas
Boys 13-14
Derek Kim, United States
71-71: 142
Columbia
Girls 13-14
Ya-Chun Chang, Taiwan
68-66: 134
University of Arizona
Boys 11-12
Kyoutaro Kawabata, Japan
72-68: 140
Girls 11-12
Natasha Andrea Oon, Malaysia
73-70: 143
San Jose State
Boys 9-10
Tatsuki Nemoto, United States
71-72: 143
Girls 9-10
Annyka Chanel Cayabyab, Philippines
34-37: 71
Boys 7-8
Jay Leng, Jr, United States
33-35: 68
Girls 7-8
Leigh Chien, United States
37-33: 70
Boys 6 and Under
Wiss Jittathorn, Thailand
59-59: 118
Girls 6 and Under
Arianna Lau, Hong Kong
53-56: 109
2013 CHAMPIONS
Full Leaderboard
Boys 15-18
Gregory Gildea, Lakewood, WA
68, 68, 69: 205
University of Washington
Girls 15-18
Princess Mary Superal, Dasmarinas, Cavite
70, 74, 71: 215
LPGA Tour
Boys 13-14
Sachin Kumar, Valsayn
68-67: 135
VCU
Girls 13-14
Alyaa Abdulghany, Newport Beach, CA
71-68: 139
USC
Boys 11-12
Ye Wo Cheng, Dongguan Guangdong
67-67: 134
Girls 11-12
Samantha Marie Bruce, Makati City
75-68: 143
Seattle University
Boys 9-10
Alexander Yang, Newport coast, CA
71-67: 138
Stanford
Girls 9-10
Sophia Ysabel Blanco, San Juan
35-32: 67
Boys 7-8
Justin Sui, Lake Orion, MI
34-34: 68
Girls 7-8
Alexa Pano, Lake Worth, FL
32-34: 66
Boys 6 and Under
Ratchanon Chantananuwat, Bangkok
53-55: 108
Girls 6 and Under
Pearpylin Chaisilprungruang, Pitsanuloke
62-60: 122
2012 CHAMPIONS
Full Leaderboard
Recap
Boys 15-18
Jonah Texeira, Los Angeles, CA
67-70: 137
USC
Girls 15-18
Julienne Soo, Australia
69-77: 146
Boys 13-14
Yash Majmudar, Singapore
63-69: 132
USD
Girls 13-14
Xiang Sui, China
67-71: 138
Boys 11-12
Ling Kun Kong, China
66-67: 133
Girls 11-12
Nicha Vorrasanpisut, Thailand
70-70: 140
Boys 9-10
Karl Vilips, Australia
66-71: 137
Stanford
Girls 9-10
Francesca Bernice Olivarez, Philippines
33-30: 63
Boys 7-8
Jed Dy, Philippines
34-32: 66
Girls 7-8
Alexa Pano, Florida
33-38: 71
Boys 6 and Under
Jay Leng Jr, San Diego, CA
58-61: 119
Girls 6 and Under
Milana Chang, United States
73-69: 142
2011 CHAMPIONS
Full Leaderboard 
Recap
Boys 15-18
Daniel Chian, Covina, CA
75-68: 143
Long Beach State
Girls 15-18
Dottie Ardina, Philippines
72-72: 144
LPGA Tour
Boys 13-14
Ryan Ruffels, Australia
72-70: 142
PGA Tour
Girls 13-14
Princess Superal, Philippines
72-69: 141
LPGA Tour
Boys 11-12
Puwit Anupansuebsai , Thailand
69-68: 137
SDSU
Girls 11-12
Muni He, BC
74-75: 149
USC
Boys 9-10
Wo Cheng Ye, China
68-73: 141
Girls 9-10
Tiffany Kong, Vancouver, BC
35-35: 70
Princeton
Boys 7-8
Kota Murakami, Japan
36-34: 70
Girls 7-8
Luci Li, Redwood Shores, CA
36-31: 67
Professional
Boys 6 and under
Ken Shibata, Tokyo
55-59: 114
Girls 6 and Under
Alexa Pano, Florida
56-57: 113
2010 CHAMPIONS
Full Leaderboard
Recap
Boys 15-18
Todd Baek, San Diego
71-68: 139
SDSU
Girls 15-18
Andrea Unson, Philippines
72-76: 148
Pepperdine
Boys 13-14
Colton Estevez, Phoenix
69-70: 139
Grand Canyon University
Girls 13-14
Princess Superal, Philippines
76-75: 151
LPGA Tour
Boys 11-12
Issei Tanabe, Huntington Beach
74-71: 145
USC
Girls 11-12
Jia Yu Kong
77-67: 144
Princeton
Boys 9-10
Wo Cheng Ye
71-68: 139
Girls 9-10
Cecelia DeMatteo
36-35: 71
Tulane
Boys 7-8
Yuuki Moriyama, Japan
36-36: 72
University of Oregon
Girls 7-8
Karah Sanford, Escondido
36-31: 67
Symmetra Tour
Boys 6 and Under
John Edward Dy, Taguig
55-58: 113
Girls 6 and Under
Amari Avery, Anaheim
69-68: 137
USC
2009 CHAMPIONS 
Full Leaderboard
Recap
Boys 15-18
Allan Jun, Oceanside
71-74: 145
Girls 15-18
Moriya Jutanagarn, Thailand
72-73: 145
LPGA Tour
Boys 13-14
Danny Ochoa, Rancho Santa Fe
68-73: 141
USC
Girls 13-14
Ariya Jutanugarn, Thailand
70-73: 143
LPGA Tour
Boys 11-12
Issei Tanabe, Huntington Beach
73-70: 143
USC
Girls 11-12
Liu Daniela Uy, Philipines
73-75: 148
Fullerton
Boys 9-10
Tianlang Guan, China
72-69: 141
University of Arizona
Girls 9-10
Andrea Lee, Hermosa Beach
33-35: 68
Stanford
Boys 7-8
Gavin Noble, Georgia
33-37:70
Coastal Carolina
Girls 7-8
Nicole Abelar, Philippines
36-33: 69
Coastal Carolina
Boys 6 and Under
Eric Doyle, San Diego
57-54: 111
University of Oregon
Girls 6 and Under
Kate Villegas, Arcadia
68-67: 135
Riverside
2008 CHAMPIONS 
Full Leaderboard
Recap
Boys 15-18
Yuji Nakamura, Japan
76-74: 150
University of Michigan
Girls 15-18
Whitney Hillier, Australia
70-75: 145
European LPGA Tour
Boys 13-14
Junyoung Namkoong
70-74: 144
Girls 13-14
No Contest Girls 13-18 1st Year
Boys 11-12
Nahum Mendoza, San Diego
71-73: 144
SDSU
Girls 11-12
Lilia Vu, Fountain Valley
71-76: 147
UCLA
Boys 9-10
Issei Tanabe, Huntington Beach
73-73: 146
USC
Girls 9-10
Abegail Arevalo, Phillipines
37-33: 70
San Jose State
Boys 7-8
Ahmed Ali, San Diego
35-36: 71
UCLA
Girls 7-8
Keeratriya Foocharoen
37-33: 70
Virginia Tech
Boys 6 and Under
Brett Sodetz, Henderson, NV
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