The championship features three-player teams of athletes under the age of 19 taking part in combined individual/team competition. As host country, Canada will field two teams in the competition.
The World Junior Girls Golf Championship will include an international golf coaches’ summit, golf clinics and a fundraising golf tournament conducted by the Golf Canada Foundation in partnership with Toronto 2015.
The World Junior Girls Golf Championship will also include the sixth annual CN Future Links Skills Challenge National Event.
Here is a schedule of events.
Friday, September 26th
Golf Canada/Toronto 2015 Fundraising Golf Event (2 p.m.)
Coaching Summit – Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO)
Skill Development Clinic (3-5 p.m.)
Saturday, September 27th
Championship Practice Round (7:30 a.m. – 9 a.m.)
CN Future Links National Junior Skills Challenge Final (11 a.m.)
Official Opening Ceremony (5:30 p.m.)
Sunday, September 28th
Round 1 / Team & Individual (8–9:17 a.m., first, 10th tees)
Monday, September 29th
Round 2 / Team & Individual (8–9:17 a.m. first, 10th tees)
Tuesday, September 30th
Round 3 / Team & Individual (8–9:17 a.m. off, first,10th tees)
Wednesday, October 1st
Final Round / Team & Individual (8-9:17 a.m. first, 10th tees)
Closing Ceremony (immediately following the completion of play–approximately 2 p.m.)