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Norway Mounts Comeback, Wins
USA finishes in second place tied with Venezuela

TOYOTA CITY, Japan – Norway fired a 7-under 206 in Friday’s final round to win the TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 Supported by JAL in Toyota City, Aichi-Prefecture, Japan. The Norwegian team finished the tournament at 21-under, four strokes clear of the United States and buy doxycycline online Venezuela, who tied for second at minus-17.

Australia (-16) finished in fourth, one stroke ahead of Italy (-15). Chile (-11) shot 7-under in the final round to move up to onzek.at sixth, two shots ahead of Canada (-9). Mexico (-7), Japan (-4), South Africa (-3) and France (-1) also finished the tournament under par. Korea (+2), Thailand (+4), Argentina (+14) and Zimbabwe (+33) completed the field.

“This is an honor of a life time to coach for your Country these young men made my job easy. I am proud of how they played we just got beat by a team that was on fire, so they do sildenafil citrate not need to hang their head’s” Coach Mark Leroux “ We played well as a team and for a group that just got together 7 days ago, wow I’m impressed with how they jelled.”

Venezuela’s Jorge Garcia (-21) repeated as individual champion – finishing eight strokes ahead of runner-up Brett Coletta of viagra without prescription Australia (-13). Chile’s Joaquin Niemann claimed third place at 11-under – one stroke ahead of Cameron Young of the United States (-10).

The TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 Supported by JAL is the world’s only junior golf championship in which 15 national teams – winners of regional qualifiers held across six continents and participated in by nearly 70 national teams – compete for the world championship.

For more information, please visit www.wjgtc.org or
BOYS TEAM STANDINGS
1. Norway 213-209-203-206 = 831 (-21)
T2. United States 205-210-209-211 = 835 (-17)
T2. Venezuela 205-214-202-214 = 835 (-17)
4. Australia 210-211-207-208 = 836 (-16)
5. Italy 209-208-211-209 = 837 (-15)
6. Chile 204-214-217-206 = 841 (-11)
7. Canada 211-213-209-210 = 843 (-9)
8. Mexico 208-219-205-213 = 845 (-7)
9. Japan 207-213-219-209 = 848 (-4)
10. South Africa 208-215-218-208 = 849 (-3)
11. France 211-211-209-220 = 851 (-1)
12. Korea 215-212-213-214 = 854 (+2)
13. Thailand 213-216-220-207 = 856 (+4)
14. Argentina 218-217-215-216 = 866 (+14)
15. Zimbabwe 224-221-226-214 = 885 (+33)


BOYS INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS
1. Jorge Garcia, Venezuela 64-68-64-67 = 263 (-21)
2. Brett Coletta, Australia 68-69-67-67 = 271 (-13)
3. Joaquin Niemann, Chile 65-69-71-68 = 273 (-11)
4. Cameron Young, United States 65-67-72-70 = 274 (-10)
5. Guido Migliozzi, Italy 66-70-71-68 = 275 (-9)
T6. Andreas Halvorsen, Norway 71-66-73-66 = 276 (-8)
T6. Alvaro Ortiz, Mexico 71-68-68-69 = 276 (-8)
8. Renato Paratore, Italy 72-67-68-70 = 277 (-7)
9. Aaron Terrazas, Mexico 67-72-69-70 = 278 (-6)
T10. Zach Murray, Australia 70-69-70-70 = 279 (-5)
T10. Jovan Rebula, South Africa 72-71-70-66 = 279 (-5)
T11. Zachary Bauchuo, USA 69-71-69-71 = 280 (-4)
T19. Tyler McDaniel, USA 72-72-70-70 = 284 (E)
T26. Austen Truslow, USA 71-74-70-71 =286 (2)

USA Team Falls to second 3 strokes from defending Venezuela TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 Supported by JAL

Toyota City, Japan - Defending champion Venezuela (-18) – led by current medalist front-runner Jorge Garcia – shot an 11-under 202 to take a three-shot lead over the United States (-15). “Team USA Coach Mark Leroux - I think that these guys played well again today. We had three players in red numbers so it was a team effort in todays score. We are very much in the hunt in the tournament. Hats off to Venezuela for their big move today, we cannot wait until tomorrow.”

Norway shot a 10-under 203 to move into third place at minus-14. Australia and Italy are tied for fourth at 11-under while France (-8), Mexico (-7), Canada (-6), Chile (-4) and Japan (E) round out the top 10. Korea (+1), South Africa (+2), Thailand (+10), Argentina (+11) and Zimbabwe (+32) make up the rest of the field.

Garcia fired his second 64 of the tournament, bringing his total to 17-under and giving him an eight shot lead going into the abilify online onzek.at final round. Cameron Young of the United States and Australia’s Brett Coletta are tied for second at -9, a stroke ahead of Chile’s Joaquin Niemann (-8).

Other USA players - Zach Bauchou (-4); Tyler McDaniel (1); Austen Truslow (2)

The final round of the TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 Supported by JAL will tee off Friday at 8AM. For more information, please visit www.wjgtc.org for stories; photos and full team & individual results

BOYS TEAM STANDINGS

1. Venezuela 205-214-202 = 621 (-18)
2. United States 205-210-209 = 624 (-15)
3. Norway 213-209-203 = 625 (-14)
T4. Australia 210-211-207 = 628 (-11)
T4. Italy 209-208-211 = 628 (-11)
6. France 211-211-209 = 631 (-8)
7. Mexico 208-219-205 = 632 (-7)
8. Canada 211-213-209 = 633 (-6)
9. Chile 204-214-217 = 635 (-4)
10. Japan 207-213-219 = 639 (E)
11. Korea 215-212-213 = 640 (+1)
12. South Africa 208-215-218 = 641 (+2)
13. Thailand 213-216-220 = 649 (+10)
14. Argentina 218-217-215 = 650 (+11)
15. Zimbabwe 224-221-226 = 671 (+32)

BOYS INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS

1. Jorge Garcia, Venezuela 64-68-64 = 196 (-17)
T2. Brett Coletta, Australia 68-69-67 = 204 (-9)
T2. Cameron Young, United States 65-67-72 = 204 (-9)
4. Joaquin Niemann, Chile 65-69-71 = 205 (-8)
T5. Guido Migliozzi, Italy 66-70-71 = 207 (-6)
T5. Alvaro Ortiz, Mexico 71-68-68 = 207 (-6)
T5. Renato Paratore, Italy 72-67-68 = 207 (-6)
T8. Paul Elissalde, France 67-73-68 = 208 (-5)
T8. Carter Simon, Canada 72-69-67 = 208 (-5)
T8. Aaron Terrazas, Mexico 67-72-69 = 208 (-5)
T 11. Zach Bauchou, USA 69-71-69 = 209 (-4)
T 25. Tyler McDaniel, USA 72-72-70 = 214 (1)
T27 Austen Truslow, USA 71-74-70 = 215 (2)

The United States Leads Halfway through the TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 Supported by JAL

TOYOTA CITY, Japan – The United States shot a second-round 210 to bring them to 11-under par and take the lead after day two of the TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 Supported by JAL in Toyota City, Aichi-Prefecture, Japan. Cameron Young led the team for the day shooting a 67, 4-under par. Zachary Bauchou sunk a long putt on the eighteenth hole in order to canadian viagra supplier finish even for the round. Rounding out the Americans, Tyler McDaniel shot a 72 and Austen Truslow shot a 74 during the second round.

“I felt like the guys really hung tough,” American coach Mark Leroux said. “I am still amazed at how good every single player is viagra canada pharmacy and www.booksaloud.org they keep getting better and better.”

Italy (-9) had the the best site low round of the day (208) to move into second place, a single shot ahead of opening-round leader Chile (-8). Venezuela is currently in fourth at minus-7, followed by Japan (-6), Australia (-5), France (-4), Norway (-4), South Africa (-3) and Canada (-2).

Korea shot a second-round 1-under 212 to move into a tie for 11th with Mexico at 1-over. Thailand (+3), Argentina (+9) and Zimbabwe (+19) round out the boys’ field.

American Cameron Young shares the top of the individual leaderboard after two days with defending champion Jorge Garcia of mexico viagra Venezuela at 10-under. Three players – Australia’s Brett Coletta, Andreas Halvorsen of Norway and Japan’s Kaigo Tamaki – are tied for fifth at 5-under. Suradit Yongcharoenchai of Thailand sits alone in eighth at minus-4. Zachary Bauchou is tied for fourteenth at 2-under par.

The third round of the TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 Supported by JAL tees off Thursday at 8AM. For more information, please visit www.wjgtc.org.

BOYS TEAM STANDINGS
1. United States 205-210 = 415 (-11)
2. Italy 209-208 = 417 (-9)
3. Chile 204-214 = 418 (-8)
4. Venezuela 205-214 = 419 (-7)
5. Japan 207-213 = 420 (-6)
6. Australia 210-211 = 421 (-5)
T7. France 211-211 = 422 (-4)
T7. Norway 213-209 = 422 (-4)
9. South Africa 208-215 = 423 (-3)
10. Canada 211-213 = 424 (-2)
T11. Korea 215-212 = 427 (+1)
T11. Mexico 208-219 = 427 (+1)
13. Thailand 213-216 = 429 (+3)
14. Argentina 218-217 = 435 (+9)
15. Zimbabwe 224-221 = 445 (+19)


BOYS INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS
T1. Jorge Garcia, Venezuela 64-68 = 132 (-10)
T1. Cameron Young, United States 65-67 = 132 (-10)
3. Joaquin Niemann, Chile 65-69 = 134 (-8)
4. Guido Migliozzi, Italy 66-70 = 136 (-6)
T5. Brett Coletta, Australia 68-69 = 137 (-5)
T5. Andreas Halvorsen, Norway 71-66 = 137 (-5)
T5. Kaigo Tamaki, Japan 67-70 = 137 (-5)
T14. Zachary Bauchou, United States 69–71 = 140 (-2)
T30.Tyler McDaniel, United States 72-72 = 144 (+2)
T35. Austen Truslow, United States 71-74 = 145 (+3)



USA Tied for Second after the First Round at TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 supported by JAL


TOYOTA CITY, Japan – Chile fired an opening-round 9-under 204 to take the lead after the first day of the TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 Supported by JAL in Toyota City, Aichi-Prefecture, Japan. The United States and defending-champion Venezuela sit one stroke back at 8-under while host Japan finds itself in fourth at minus-6.

The United States team was led by Cameron Young, who shot a boggy-free 65 on the par-71 course. Zach Bauchou helped the team by shooting a two-under 69. Austen Truslow finished even and Tyler McDaniel shot a 72. The conditions today were ideal for low scores and Team USA took advantage of it.

“It was important that I kept the ball in play,” stated Cameron Young on his round, “It makes this course scoreable. I had a stress-free round, which kept me focused on where I was at the moment. There’s good competition at this event, so I’m really glad we played well as a team.”

The United States coach Marc Leroux said, “It was a below average performance, take nothing against Cam’s round. This team is much more capable of shooting lower scores. These guys are growing as a team fast.”

“We’re currently in the position we want to be by being in the final pairing each round,” stated United States Captain J.R. Steinbauer, “Very proud of the way they played, Cameron had an excellent round, and the others played well enough to be in second position.”

The second round of the TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 Supported by JAL tees off Wednesday at 8AM. For full scores and results, please visit www.wjgtc.org.

BOYS TEAM STANDINGS
1. Chile 68-65-71 = 204 (-9)
T2. United States 65-71-69 = 205 (-8)
T2. Venezuela 73-68-64 = 205 (-8)
4. Japan 70-67-70 = 207 (-6)
T5. Mexico 70-67-71 = 208 (-5)
T5. South Africa 67-72-69 = 208 (-5)
7. Italy 66-72-71 = 209 (-4)
8. Australia 72-68-70 = 210 (-3)
T9. Canada 72-68-71 = 211 (-2)
T9. France 73-67-71 = 211 (-2)
T11. Norway 73-69-71 = 213 (E)
T11. Thailand 75-67-71 = 213 (E)
13. Korea 74-69-72 = 215 (+2)
14. Argentina 73-73-72 = 218 (+5)
15. Zimbabwe 71-76-77 = 224 (+11)


BOYS INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS
1. Jorge Garcia, Venezuela 31-33 = 64 (-7)
T2. Joaquin Niemann, Chile 31-34 = 65 (-6)
T2. Cameron Young, United States 33-32 = 65 (-6)
4. Guido Migliozzi, Italy 32-34 = 66 (-5)
T5. Hendrik Du Plessis, South Africa 33-34 = 67 (-4)
T5. Paul Elissalde, France 34-33 = 67 (-4)
T5. Kaigo Tamaki, Japan 32-35 = 67 (-4)
T5. Aaron Terrazas, Mexico 34-33 = 67 (-4)
T5. Suradit Yongcharoenchai, Thailand 34-33 = 67 (-4)
T14. Zachary Bauchou, United States 33-36 = 69 (-2)
T22. Austen Truslow, United States 35-36 = 71 (E)
T32. Tyler McDaniel, United States 37-35 = 72 (+1)



TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 Supported by JAL Tees Off June 24

Boys, girls teams from 18 countries, six continents vie for titles

TOYOTA CITY, Japan – The newly-expanded TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 Supported by JAL will tee off in Toyota City, Aichi-Prefecture, Japan, on Tuesday, June 24. The Chukyo Golf Club’s Ishino Course will once again play host to the 22nd annual event.

The 2014 boys’ tournament will now feature a field consisting of the best junior golfers from 15 countries across six continents.

“The tournament committee is excited for the expansion to 15 countries,” Vice Chairman Eiji Tagashira said. “That, combined with the talented players set to participate, should make this one of shop viagra pfizer the most competitive tournaments in our 22-year history.”

The TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 Supported by JAL, which follows a four-players-count-three scores format, will consist of four rounds played June 24-27. It is the world’s only junior golf championship in which 15 national teams – winners of regional qualifiers held across six continents and participated in by nearly 70 national teams – compete for the world championship.

Defending-champion Venezuela and 2009 champion Argentina will be joined by Chile – seeking its first title – as the South American participants.

Host Japan – winner of three TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup titles – will be accompanied by fellow Asian representatives Korea (one title) and Thailand while 2012 champion Australia returns following last year’s one-stroke, runner-up finish.

Africa will have two participants – continental champion South Africa and Zimbabwe. South Africa’s 2001 TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup championship team – Africa’s lone title-winner – featured future British Open winner Louis Oosthuizen and online pharmacy cheap viagra Masters champion Charl Schwartzel.

North American qualifier winner Canada will be joined by Mexico and the United States – winners of the most TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup titles with seven, the last of which came in 2005.

Europe will be represented by three countries – continental champion France, Italy and Norway. Norway has two TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup championships to its name (2006, 2008) while France and Italy are each looking for their first.

The girls’ event will feature a field of the best junior golfers from five countries across four continents. South American champion Colombia and European champion Sweden will be joined by three traditional powers – Japan, Korea and the United States – chosen by the Executive Committee.

“The tournament committee is enthused about the addition of the girls’ tournament to best price for viagra this international championship,” Chairman William Kerdyk said. “This year’s inaugural event will feature a dynamic field consisting of the strongest girls’ golf programs in the world.”

The girls’ competition, which follows a three-players-count-two scores format, will also consist of four rounds played June 24-27.

In addition to Oosthuizen and Schwartzel, notable former participants of the TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup include Bud Cauley (USA), Kevin Chappell (USA), Brendon de Jonge (Zimbabwe), Russell Henley (USA), Ryuji Imada (Japan), Trevor Immelman (South Africa), Anthony Kim (USA), Hunter Mahan (USA), Hideki Matsuyama (Japan), Edoardo Molinari (Italy), Justin Rose (England), Kyle Stanley (USA), Henrik Stenson (Sweden) and Camilo Villegas (Colombia).

For more information, please visit www.wjgtc.org or www.facebook.com/ToyotaJuniorGolfWorldCup.

TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 Supported by JAL
Boys Player Participants

Argentina
Julian Lerda
Matias Lezcano
Jesus Montenegro
Marcos Montenegro

Australia
Brett Coletta
Zach Murray
Blake Proverbs
Blake Windred

Canada
Tony Gil
Etienne Papineau
Carter Simon
Matthew Williams

Chile
Lucas Rosso Fones
Rodrigo Rivas Munoz
Diego Salinas Rodriguez
Joaquin Niemann Zenteno

France
Alexandre Daydou
Paul Elissalde
Antoine Kuoch
Thomas Le Berre

Italy
Edoardo Raffaele Lipparelli
Guido Migliozzi
Renato Paratore
Teodoro Soldati

Japan
Hiroya Kubota
Takashi Ogiso
Honoo Oshima
Kaigo Tamaki

Korea
Kim Ilsu
Lee Jaeung
Yoo Seungseob
Jang Taehyeong

Mexico
Luis Gerardo Garza
Roberto Lebrija
Alvaro Ortiz
Jorge Villar

Norway
Jarand Arnoy
Andreas Halvorsen
Viktor Hovland
Kristoffer Reitan

South Africa
Hendrick Du Plessis
Kyle McClatchie
Jovan Rebula
Altin Van Der Merwe

Thailand
Puwit Anupansuebsai
Ekkarat Leksuwan
Ekthumrong Luanganuruk
Suradit Yongcharoenchai

United States
Zach Bauchou
Tyler McDaniel
Austen Truslow
Cameron Young

Venezuela
Jorge Garcia
Raul Hernandez
Gustavo Morantes
Alejandro Perazzo

Zimbabwe
Justin Kersten
Stuart Krogg
Mbongeni Maphosa
Kiren Vincent

Girls Player Participants

Colombia
Valentina Giraldo
Maria Hoyos
Laura Sojo

Japan
Haruhi Nakao
Hikaru Fuchino
Mizuho Konishi

Korea
Lee Sanghee
Kim Sojung
Park Soobin

Sweden
Christine Danielsson
Linnea Strom
Emma Svensson

United States
Sierra Brooks
Kristen Gillman
Amy Lee



Venezuela to Defend Title at TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 Supported by JAL Beginning June 24

Field expanded to include teams from 15 countries

TOYOTA CITY, Japan – Led by 2013 Individual Champion Jorge Garcia, Venezuela will look to defend its 2013 title when the TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 Supported by JAL tees off in Toyota City, Aichi-Prefecture, Japan, on June 24.

The 2014 tournament will feature an expanded field – now consisting of the best junior golfers from 15 countries across six continents. The Chukyo Golf Club’s Ishino Course will once again play host to the 22nd annual event.

“The tournament committee is excited for the expansion to 15 countries,” Vice Chairman Eiji Tagashira said. “That, combined with the talented players set to participate, should make this one of the most competitive tournaments in our 22-year history.”

The TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 Supported by JAL, which follows a four-players-count-three scores format, will consist of four rounds played June 24-27. It is the world’s only junior golf championship in which 15 national teams – winners of regional qualifiers held across six continents and participated in by nearly 70 national teams – compete for the world championship.

Defending-champion Venezuela and 2009 champion Argentina will be joined by Chile – seeking its first title – as the South American participants.

Host Japan – winner of three TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup titles – will be accompanied by fellow Asian representatives Korea (one title) and Thailand while 2012 champion Australia returns following last year’s one-stroke, runner-up finish.

Africa will have two participants – continental champion South Africa and Zimbabwe. South Africa’s 2001 TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup championship team – Africa’s lone title-winner – featured future British Open winner Louis Oosthuizen and Masters champion Charl Schwartzel.

North American qualifier winner Canada will be joined by Mexico and the United States – winners of the most TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup titles with seven, the last of which came in 2005.

Europe will be represented by three countries – continental champion France, Italy and Norway. Norway has two TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup championships to its name (2006, 2008) while France and Italy are each looking for their first.

In addition to Oosthuizen and Schwartzel, notable former participants of the TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup include Bud Cauley (USA), Kevin Chappell (USA), Brendon de Jonge (Zimbabwe), Russell Henley (USA), Ryuji Imada (Japan), Trevor Immelman (South Africa), Anthony Kim (USA), Hunter Mahan (USA), Edoardo Molinari (Italy), Justin Rose (England), Kyle Stanley (USA), Henrik Stenson (Sweden) and Camilo Villegas (Colombia).

For more information, please visit www.wjgtc.org or www.facebook.com/ToyotaJuniorGolfWorldCup.


TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 Supported by JAL
Player Participants

Argentina
Julian Lerda
Matias Lezcano
Jesus Montenegro
Marcos Montenegro

Australia
Brett Coletta
Zach Murray
Blake Proverbs
Blake Windred

Canada
Tony Gil
Etienne Papineau
Carter Simon
Matthew Williams

Chile
Lucas Rosso Fones
Rodrigo Rivas Munoz
Diego Salinas Rodriguez
Joaquin Niemann Zenteno

France
Alexandre Daydou
Paul Elissalde
Antoine Kuoch
Thomas Le Berre

Italy
Edoardo Raffaele Lipparelli
Guido Migliozzi
Renato Paratore
Teodoro Soldati

Japan
Hiroya Kubota
Takashi Ogiso
Honoo Oshima
Kaigo Tamaki

Korea
Kim Ilsu
Lee Jaeung
Yoo Seungseob
Jang Taehyeong

Mexico
Luis Gerardo Garza
Roberto Lebrija
Alvaro Ortiz
Jorge Villar

Norway
Jarand Arnoy
Andreas Halvorsen
Viktor Hovland
Kristoffer Reitan

South Africa
Hendrick Du Plessis
Kyle McClatchie
Jovan Rebula
Altin Van Der Merwe

Thailand
Puwit Anupansuebsai
Ekkarat Leksuwan
Ekthumrong Luanganuruk
Suradit Yongcharoenchai

United States
Zach Bauchou
Tyler McDaniel
Austen Truslow
Cameron Young

Venezuela
Jorge Garcia
Raul Hernandez
Gustavo Morantes
Alejandro Perazzo

Zimbabwe
Justin Kersten
Stuart Krogg
Mbongeni Maphosa
Kiren Vincent

Team USA to Compete in TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup
United States aims for first team title since 2005

NORMAN, Okla. – Golfers Zachary Bauchou, Tyler McDaniel, Austen Truslow and Cameron Young and www.passingshot.nl head coach Mark Leroux of buy cialis in india Missouri will represent the United States at the TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup supported by JAL at Chukyo Golf Club’s Ishino Course. Team USA - which is sponsored by Nike Golf - has won the barcode.com tournament five times since its inception in 1992 but has failed to claim the team title since 2005. The United States finished sixth last year.

Leroux just completed his 10th season as the head coach of the Missouri golf program and under his watch the Tigers have enjoyed unprecedented success, including a run of four postseason berths over the last five seasons and 18 tournament victories since 2009. Overall Leroux has guided Missouri to 21 wins in nine seasons and has more than 40 career victories at the collegiate level after starting his tenure at Austin Peay. During his seven seasons in Clarksville, Tenn., Leroux led the Governors to http://shopprovidencemarketplace.com/cialis-made-in-the-usa three consecutive NCAA Regional berths and parlayed that success by building the Tigers into conference title contenders in both the Big 12 and Southeastern Conferences.

“I’m honored to be selected by my peers as the coach of Team USA,” said Leroux. “I was so excited when I got the call from the GCAA letting me know I had been named Coach. I consider this an opportunity of a lifetime. Very few people get a chance to play or coach for their country. I’m going into this with the mindset that this might be my only opportunity to wear red, white, and blue and I’m going to give it my all!”

Bauchou, who hails from Forest, Virginia, was an AJGA Rolex First-Team All-American in 2013. He advanced to the finals of last summer’s North & South Amateur and collected runner-up finishes at the Faldo Series Grand Finale, Junior Players and Valentine Invitational. Bauchou was medalist at the Virginia State Amateur before reaching the china viagra quarterfinals.

McDaniel recently graduated with honors from Clay County High School in Manchester, Ky., and will play at Kentucky this fall. He won the 2013 PGA Junior PGA Championship where he birdied the final two holes to secure the title. He also won the Kentucky State Amateur; becoming the event’s youngest champion in 50 years and www.altanto.org tying J.B. Holmes scoring record in relation to canadian pharm par. McDaniel has claimed three Kentucky Junior Amateur championships.

Truslow will compete at Virginia this fall after graduating from Lake Mary Prepatory School. He competed in the PGA Tour’s Puerto Rico Open presented by see puertorico.com on an exemption he earned for winning the AJGA Puerto Rico Open Junior. Truslow won the AJGA The Players Championship and the Golf Pride/David Leadbetter Junior Classic. He received the 2014 Byron Nelson International Junior Golf Award and was named an AJGA Rolex First-Team All-American.

Young attends Fordham Prep in Scarborough, N.Y. Last year he won the Polo Junior Classic, the Met Junior Championship and CHSSA New York State Championship. Young also advanced to the quarterfinals of the US Junior Championship and qualified for the US Amateur Championship.

The Junior Golf World Cup, which follows a four-players-count-three scores format, will consist of four rounds played June 24-27. The TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2014 Supported by JAL is the world’s only junior golf championship in which national teams, winners of regional qualifiers held across 6 continents and participated by more than 60 national teams, compete for the world champion trophy.