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FCG CALLAWAY WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP*


14th Annual FCG Callaway World Championship

About the Event (Founded in 2008): What started as an event to create more opportunities for junior golfers to compete in a World Championship style event has grown rapidly to become one of the biggest and most exciting tournaments annually in the world of junior golf.  Players must qualify to compete in this Championship and in 2022 there will be over 100 opportunities worldwide to earn your spot to compete with other players from around the world. Prior to the pandemic the event featured 650 junior golfers from over 40 countries being played at 10 Championship Golf Courses in Palm Desert, CA.  Callaway Golf is the title sponsor for the event and we have several other sponsors involved to help make the event a first class experience for all involved.  See what the event is like here.

Tournament Dates: July 18-20, 2022

2022 Leaderboard | Course Line Up | Tournament Information and Pairings | 2022 Photos

2022 Schedule of Events:

2022 Welcome Video from Our Friends at Callaway Golf:

2021 Welcome Video from Callaway Golf:

Welcome Video from Annika Sorenstam and other Callaway Professionals >

2022 Tournament Location: Palm Desert, CA at 10 Championship Golf Courses


Courses and Yardages for the 2022 Championship by Division (subject to change by tournament committee) 

Welcome Party at The Westin Rancho Mirage Golf Resort & Spa: July 17, 2022 from 2:00-6:00pm (mandatory)

The Welcome Party has evolved into an annual Junior Golf Expo event similar to the PGA Show but a scaled down version. The event will be held in the ballroom at The Westin Rancho Mirage Golf Resort & Spa and all players must come to this event to get your tournament tee gifts and tournament information.  We welcome all family members, coaches, and guests to come as well.  We will have a DJ and contests for players to participate in. Video


We are excited to announce the Palm Desert PGA Tour Superstore Location will bring back the Pizza Party and Contests Night for Monday July 18, 2022.  Players and families can attend the store from 4:00-6:00pm.  Please note this event is hosted by the PGA Tour Superstore and not FCG.  Enjoy a fun couple hours and enjoy some discounts at the store.


College Golf Seminar with Dr. Katie Brophy Miles from Golf Globally from 4:00-5:00pm on Tuesday Night July 19th.  A zoom link will be sent out via email to all tournament participants


Host Hotel: The Westin Rancho Mirage Golf Resort & Spa
We are back to the beautiful Westin Rancho Mirage Golf Resort & Spa as our host hotel. The full experience and heart of the event will be along with our welcome party and more!

Book your room directly online >

Or call 1-877-253-0041 and reference the group name “Future Champions” and Group Code “FC2478”
Room rates range from $149-$169 per night. ***Resort Fee Reduced from $39 to $10 per day by Booking with This Code

Address: 71777 Dinah Shore Dr, Rancho Mirage, CA 92270


Golf Carts: All players will ride in golf carts each day of the competition. All players 15-18 will share the carts and drive themselves with no caddies. All 14 and under division players must have a caddy who can drive their golf cart.  We do this for pace of play and to enjoy the event.  Pace of play is very quick at this event.


Awards Ceremony: We will host the 2022 Awards Ceremony for all Top 5 finishers at 3:30pm on Wednesday July 20, 2022 at the The Westin Rancho Mirage Golf Resort & Spa Ballroom.


You must Qualify to play in this Event: Qualifying Locations: 2022 Schedule of Qualifiers


2022 FCG Callaway World Parent-Junior Championship

  • Westin Mission Hills Pete Dye Course
  • Saturday July 16, 2022
  • Best Dressed Team Contest
  • Format: Scramble
  • Register Here


This Event is Annually One of the Most Popular Events with College Coaches

2021 College Coaches in Attendance:

  • San Jose State University
  • Boise State University
  • University of Nevada Reno
  • University of Arizona
  • Auburn
  • CSU San Marcos
  • University of Oklahoma
  • Grand Canyon University
  • SMU
  • Academy of Art
  • Georgia
  • Fresno State University
  • UCSD
  • University of Redlands
  • UC Davis
  • SDSU
  • Long Beach State
  • Texas Tech
  • University of Oregon


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2021 Welcome Video to Participants from our friends at Callaway Golf:

2020 Welcome Video to Participants from our friends at Callaway Golf:

Did you know the 2019 Event… A record 650 junior golfers ages 7-18 played in 2019 via qualifying events at over 75 global qualifying locations. The event was played on 10 Championship Golf Courses and players from 38 countries were in attendance.

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World’s Top Junior Golfers Take Over Rancho Mirage

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HISTORY

2022 CHAMPIONSFull Leaderboard   
Boys 15-18Xiangyun(Justin) Bai 2023, Chongqing65, 64, 68: 197
Girls 15-18Jiratchaya Jiratthitinun 2024, Nonthaburi 67, 71, 66: 204
Boys 13-14Teerawut Boonseeor 2027, Hua Hin (p)64, 67, 69: 200
Girls 13-14Arianna Lau 2025, Hong Kong66, 65, 67: 198
Boys 11-12Darren Zhou 2028, Hong Kong, FL66, 63, 69: 198
Girls 11-12Zilin Xu 2028, China66, 72, 69: 207
Boys 9-10Naphat Chaipanit Phitsanulok (p)69, 68, 67: 204
Girls 9-10Hailey Kim 2029, Simi Valley, CA31, 29, 34: 94
Boys 8 and UnderSkyy Wilding 2032, Bangkok34, 35, 32: 101
Girls 8 and UnderAnna Ponghathaikul 2031, Bangkok30, 34, 34: 98
2021 CHAMPIONSFull Leaderboard College
Boys 15-18Brandon Knight 2023, Pleasanton, CA73, 67, 64: 204
Girls 15-18Hsin Chun Liao 2022, Taipei (p) 65, 73, 72: 210
Boys 13-14Aiden Tiet 2026, Garland, TX 74, 68, 68: 210
Girls 13-14Arantza Zepeda Huitron 2002, Mexico (p)73, 69, 70: 212
Boys 11-12Hill Wang 2027, Hacienda Heights, CA63, 68, 68: 199
Girls 11-12Alejandra Botaya 2027, Queretaro, FL70, 72, 72: 214
Boys 9-10Vihaan Punde 2028, Ashburn, VA73, 72, 72: 217
Girls 9-10Nacha Sathitsumpun 2028, Muang Chiang Mai, OR (p)33, 31, 35: 99
Boys 8 and UnderTyme Wutticharoenwong 2030, Nonthaburi 32, 32, 34: 98
Girls 8 and UnderKayla Jackson 2031, Charlotte, NC 31, 34, 35: 100
2020 CHAMPIONSFull Leaderboard
Boys 15-18Simon Kwon, Salt Lake City, UT66, 66, 66: 198CAL
Girls 15-18Ellie Bushnell, Granite Bay, CA67, 74, 75: 216
Boys 13-14Henry Yang, Chino, CA71, 65, 69: 205
Girls 13-14Jasmine Kahler, Carlsbad, CA72, 74, 69: 215
Boys 11-12Jojo Gutierrez, Whittier, CA68, 71, 66: 205
Girls 11-12Brynn Kort, Kingman, AZ71, 71, 70: 212
Boys 9-10Chase Hughes, Oklahoma City, OK70, 73, 68: 211
Girls 9-10Zoe Salinas, San Diego, CA38, 37, 36: 111
Boys 8 and UnderLogan McGinn, South Williamsport, PA36, 34, 33: 103
Girls 8 and UnderGloria He, Irvine, CA37, 37, 39: 113
2019 CHAMPIONSFull Leaderboard
Boys 15-18Alejandro Alonso, Spring, TX68, 67, 66: 201Loyola Marymount
Girls 15-18Apelila Ta'utinei Galeai, Orem, UT73, 69, 70: 212BYU
Boys 13-14Arjun Bhati, India70, 66, 63: 199
Girls 13-14Clarisa Temelo, Queretaro69, 67, 65: 201
Boys 11-12Nicholas Gross, Downingtown, PA63, 69, 65: 197
Girls 11-12Elyssa Abdullah, Hinsdale, IL74, 72, 68: 214
Boys 9-10Ronin Banerjee, Irvine, CA72, 70, 73: 215
Girls 9-10Beika Ma, Qingdao32, 36, 32: 100
Boys 8 and UnderYu-Hong Chen, Taipei36, 34, 33: 103
Girls 8 and UnderJie - En Lin, Taichung31, 36, 32: 99
2018 CHAMPIONSFull Leaderboard
Boys 15-18Kentaro Nanayama, Jakarta71, 67, 74: 212
Girls 15-18Natthakritta Vongtaveelap, Bangkok 74, 70, 73: 217
Boys 13-14Fifa Laopakdee, Thailand 69, 67, 68: 204
Girls 13-14Soottinee Ngamkham, Thailand, CA69, 67, 71: 207
Boys 11-12Jay Leng, Jr, La Jolla 69, 67, 69: 205
Girls 11-12Mariana Rodriguez, Ibague, VT70, 70, 70: 210
Boys 9-10Charongrat Jitnavasathien, Chiangmai69, 72, 75: 216
Girls 9-10Ava Cepeda, Kaaawa, HI34, 33, 36: 103
Boys 8 and UnderKitpat Hamilton, Bangkok33, 32, 33: 98
Girls 8 and UnderZoe Salinas, San Diego, CA33 40 36 109
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: 210Fresno State
Girls 15-18Sofia Chabon, Philippines71, 70, 70: 211Cal Baptist
Boys 13-14Caden Fioroni, United States69, 68, 68: 205UNLV
Girls 13-14Francesca Bernice Olivarez-Ilas, Philippines68, 69, 68: 205SDSU
Boys 11-12Jayden Ford, New Zealand70, 68, 68: 206
Girls 11-12Nicole Felce, United States68, 69, 67: 204Professional
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: 212SDSU
Girls 15-18Abegail Arevalo, Philippines72, 71, 72: 215SAN JOSE
Boys 13-14Raymond Li, Canada70, 70, 74: 214Carengie Mellon
Girls 13-14Zoe Campos, United States70, 73, 67: 210UCLA
Boys 11-12Alexander Yang, United States62, 63, 73: 198Stanford
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: 215ARMY
Girls 15-18Kanyalak Preedasutthijit, Bangkok71, 67, 70: 208
Boys 13-14Puwit Anupansuebsai, Bangkok68, 68, 67: 203SDSU
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: 212CAL
Girls 15-18Mimi Ho, Hong Kong72, 69, 76: 217FRESNO
Boys 13-14Jack Trent, Australia72, 67, 71: 210UNLV
Girls 13-14Alyaa Abdulghany, United States73, 66, 74: 213USC
Boys 11-12Robin Williams, England68, 75, 74: 217Florida State
Girls 11-12Katherine Muzi, United States74, 74, 71: 219USC
Boys 9-10Jackson Rivera, United States76, 72, 71: 219USC
Girls 9-10Kayla Sam, Cambodia84, 78, 77: 239Fullerton
Boys 8 and UnderCarson Kim, United States46, 39, 38: 123USC
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: 214UCLA
Girls 11-12Ya Chun Chang, Taiwan73, 72, 78: 223
Boys 9-10Federico Shin, Buenos Aires69, 73, 72: 214Lynn
Girls 9-10Francesca Bernice Olivarez, Philippines69, 73, 72, 214SDSU
Boys 8 and UnderLogan Zurn, Elkhorn, Wisconsin39, 39, 33: 111
Girls 8 and UnderIsabella Ranches, San Diego, CA49, 52, 46: 147Long Beach State
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: 205Professional
Girls 9-10Fransesca Bernice Olivarez, Philippines78, 70, 73: 221SDSU
Boys 7-8Eric Doyle, San Diego, CA42, 35, 42: 119University of Oregon
Girls 7-8Lucy Li, Redwood Shores, CA33, 34, 38: 105LPGA Tour
2010 CHAMPIONSFull Leaderboard
Boys 15-18Wonje Choi, San Diego78, 72, 69: 219SDSU
Girls 15-18Casie Cathrea, Livermoore76, 75, 71: 222University of Oklahoma
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: 155USD
Girls 9-10Ty Akabane, Danville82, 70: 152UCLA
Boys 7-8Alexander Pak, San Clemente36, 36: 72
Girls 7-8Karah Sanford, Escondido36, 35: 71Symmetra Tour
Boys 6 and UnderJaden Huggins, Murrieta65, 58, 123Long Beach State
Girls 6 and UnderAmari Avery, Anaheim73, 73: 146USC
2009 CHAMPIONS
Boys 15-18Todd Baek, San Diego74, 71, 40: 185SDSU, WEB.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: 73UCLA
Girls 7-8Bella Setio40, 37: 77University of Oregon
Boys 6 and UnderZane Weaver37, 62: 99
Girls 6 and UnderArlene faye Salvador35, 58, 93Antelope Valley

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