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The West Virginia Golf Association’s Callaway Junior Tour is the premier platform for junior golfers across the state.

With a legacy of promoting excellence in the game, we provide young golfers with the opportunity to compete, learn, and grow in a supportive and competitive environment. With a rich heritage of promoting excellence in the game, we provide a competitive yet supportive environment for junior golfers to hone their skills and forge lifelong connections.

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Welcome to the Callaway Junior Tour. The Tour is open to any boy or girl from 10 – 18 years of age as of June 1st of the current season.

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Each member is eligible to compete in a maximum of 12 regular season tournaments (Rookie League events do not count towards maximum). We are more than excited to welcome The Greenbrier Resort back onto the regular season schedule. We have 19 regular season events at the top golf courses in the state of WV with the Tour Championship being held on the Snead Course at The Greenbrier Resort’s Sporting Club, where the top players in each age group will play at the end of the season. Each member of the tour will receive a tour package containing a WVGA VIP card as well as several favors from Callaway Golf and other sponsors. No Membership refunds shall be granted after May 25th (certain circumstances apply). A 48 hour Tournament withdraw notice must be given to Lucas if at all possible, and all withdrawals must be in email. See website for all WVGA policies. There will be a $8.00 service fee for all refunds.

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Allendale , MI

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FCG CALLAWAY WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP JUNIOR GOLF TOURNAMENT Palm Desert and Rancho Mirage, CA

16th annual fcg callaway world championship july 15-17, 2024, register  /  schedule  /  leaderboard.

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 2024 there will be over 120 opportunities worldwide to earn your spot to compete with other players from around the world. In 2023, the event grew to 700 players from over 36 countries with play on 10 Championship Golf Courses. 30 College Golf Coaches were on site recruiting at this event. 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 .

Course Line Up:

Boys 15-18: Desert Falls and Desert Willow (Mountain View) – (Cut to top 50% after 2 Rounds) – Final Round at Desert Willow GC Mountain View 

Girls 15-18: Desert Princess and Westin Rancho Mirage Resort at Mission Hills (Cut to top 50% after 2 Rounds) – Final Round at Westin Rancho Mirage Resort at Mission Hills

Boys 13-14: Desert Springs Palm and Valley Courses (Cut to top 50% after 2 Rounds) Palm on the 3rd Day 

Girls 13-14: Indian Canyon Golf Resort (North Course)

Boys 11-12: Indian Wells Resort (Celebrity Course)

Girls 11-12: Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort (Legends Course)

Boys 9-10: Cimarron Golf Resort (Boulder Course)

Girls 9-10: Mission Hills North Gary Player (Front 9)

Boys 7-8: Mission Hills North Gary Player (Front 9)

Girls 7-8: Mission Hills North Gary Player (Back 9)

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SAVE THE DATE: The 16th Annual FCG Callaway World Junior Golf Championship will be played July 15-17, 2024 in Palm Desert, CA

2024 Qualifying will run from August 1, 2023 to May 30, 2024. The Top 5 finishers in each age division from the 2023 FCG Callaway World Championship have earned an exemption to play next year. The event will expand to 12 Championship Golf Courses and 850 Players from more than 50 Countries . New qualifying opportunities will be announced soon. We will also have two new events in Australia and New Zealand. Stay Tuned for 2024 Qualifying Events >

We are very excited to be back to the beautifully renovated Westin Rancho Mirage Golf Resort & Spa. The full experience and heart of the event will be along with our welcome party and more!

Book your room directly online: https://book.passkey.com/e/50694767

Or call 1-877-253-0041 and reference the group name “Future Champions Golf Academy and Tour” and group code is FC3352.

Discounted room rates starting at $155 per night with reduced $15 resort fee (normally $38)

The Westin Rancho Mirage Resort and Spa 71333 Dinah Shore Drive Rancho Mirage, CA 92270, US

Indian Palms Villas 82-954 Stewart Drive Indio, CA 92201

  • Room rates starting at $169 for July for July 13-19
  • No Resort Fees

Book online here: https://indianpalmsvillas.com/future-champions-golf-tour/

Or by calling 206-351-3704 Guests must identify themselves as being with the group FCG Callaway, at the time the reservation is made to receive the special group rate.

  • Indian Palms Villas is on the grounds of Indian Palms Country Club.  Professional putting green out back of new condo units.  Practice range within 5 mins of your condo.
  • PGA WEST Stadium & Nicklaus Range within 10 minutes with Full TrackMan range set up.  Additional fees applied for use of the PGA WEST range.  $75 full day range access with Trackman use.

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COURTYARD PALM SPRINGS 1300 E Tahquitz Canyon Way Palm Springs, CA 92262

Room rates starting at $129 for July 13-1.

Book online here: https://www.marriott.com/event-reservations/reservation-link.mi?id=1711142619207&key=GRP&app=resvlink

Or by calling 800.321.2211 Guests must identify themselves as being with the group FCG Callaway, at the time the reservation is made to receive the special group rate

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2024 Tournament Location: Palm Desert, CA at 10 Championship Golf Courses

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Welcome Party : July 14, 2024 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. 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

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2024 FCG Callaway World Parent-Junior Championship

  • Saturday July 13, 2024
  • Format: Scramble
  • Ages 11 and Older and Your Parent at Pete Dye Course – Register
  • Ages 10 and Under and Your Parent at Westin Mission Hills Resort – Register

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2021 College Coaches in Attendance:

  • San Jose State University
  • Boise State University
  • University of Nevada Reno
  • University of Arizona
  • CSU San Marcos
  • University of Oklahoma
  • Grand Canyon University
  • Academy of Art
  • Fresno State University
  • University of Redlands
  • Long Beach State
  • University of Oregon

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2023 CHAMPIONS Full Leaderboard Boys 15-18 Ben Gregg 2023, Dallas, TX 67, 68, 67: 202 Girls 15-18 I Ju Tsai 2024, Taoyuan 72, 64, 65: 201 Boys 13-14 Kartik Singh, New Delhi 69, 65, 67: 201 Girls 13-14 Louise Landgraf 2027, Phuket 67, 62, 62: 191 Boys 11-12 Leo Saito 2029, Hilo, HI 67, 66, 69: 202 Girls 11-12 Sydnie Ng 2029, Singapore 66, 69, 68: 203 Boys 9-10 Ruixuan Han, Irvine CA 66, 64, 67: 197 Girls 9-10 Kayla Jackson 2031, Charlotte, NC 34, 32, 34: 100 Boys 8 and Under Cayssi Dunlop, Saint Savin 35, 35, 35: 105 Girls 8 and Under Charlotte Halstead 2033, Las Vegas, NV 32, 33, 30: 95 2022 CHAMPIONS Full Leaderboard Boys 15-18 Xiangyun(Justin) Bai 2023, Chongqing 65, 64, 68: 197 Girls 15-18 Jiratchaya Jiratthitinun 2024, Nonthaburi 67, 71, 66: 204 Boys 13-14 Teerawut Boonseeor 2027, Hua Hin (p) 64, 67, 69: 200 Girls 13-14 Arianna Lau 2025, Hong Kong 66, 65, 67: 198 Boys 11-12 Darren Zhou 2028, Hong Kong, FL 66, 63, 69: 198 Girls 11-12 Zilin Xu 2028, China 66, 72, 69: 207 Boys 9-10 Naphat Chaipanit Phitsanulok (p) 69, 68, 67: 204 Girls 9-10 Hailey Kim 2029, Simi Valley, CA 31, 29, 34: 94 Boys 8 and Under Skyy Wilding 2032, Bangkok 34, 35, 32: 101 Girls 8 and Under Anna Ponghathaikul 2031, Bangkok 30, 34, 34: 98 2021 CHAMPIONS Full Leaderboard College Boys 15-18 Brandon Knight 2023, Pleasanton, CA 73, 67, 64: 204 Girls 15-18 Hsin Chun Liao 2022, Taipei (p) 65, 73, 72: 210 Boys 13-14 Aiden Tiet 2026, Garland, TX 74, 68, 68: 210 Girls 13-14 Arantza Zepeda Huitron 2002, Mexico (p) 73, 69, 70: 212 Boys 11-12 Hill Wang 2027, Hacienda Heights, CA 63, 68, 68: 199 Girls 11-12 Alejandra Botaya 2027, Queretaro, FL 70, 72, 72: 214 Boys 9-10 Vihaan Punde 2028, Ashburn, VA 73, 72, 72: 217 Girls 9-10 Nacha Sathitsumpun 2028, Muang Chiang Mai, OR (p) 33, 31, 35: 99 Boys 8 and Under Tyme Wutticharoenwong 2030, Nonthaburi 32, 32, 34: 98 Girls 8 and Under Kayla Jackson 2031, Charlotte, NC 31, 34, 35: 100 2020 CHAMPIONS Full Leaderboard Boys 15-18 Simon Kwon, Salt Lake City, UT 66, 66, 66: 198 CAL Girls 15-18 Ellie Bushnell, Granite Bay, CA 67, 74, 75: 216 Boys 13-14 Henry Yang, Chino, CA 71, 65, 69: 205 Girls 13-14 Jasmine Kahler, Carlsbad, CA 72, 74, 69: 215 Boys 11-12 Jojo Gutierrez, Whittier, CA 68, 71, 66: 205 Girls 11-12 Brynn Kort, Kingman, AZ 71, 71, 70: 212 Boys 9-10 Chase Hughes, Oklahoma City, OK 70, 73, 68: 211 Girls 9-10 Zoe Salinas, San Diego, CA 38, 37, 36: 111 Boys 8 and Under Logan McGinn, South Williamsport, PA 36, 34, 33: 103 Girls 8 and Under Gloria He, Irvine, CA 37, 37, 39: 113 2019 CHAMPIONS Full Leaderboard Boys 15-18 Alejandro Alonso, Spring, TX 68, 67, 66: 201 Loyola Marymount Girls 15-18 Apelila Ta'utinei Galeai, Orem, UT 73, 69, 70: 212 BYU Boys 13-14 Arjun Bhati, India 70, 66, 63: 199 Girls 13-14 Clarisa Temelo, Queretaro 69, 67, 65: 201 Boys 11-12 Nicholas Gross, Downingtown, PA 63, 69, 65: 197 Girls 11-12 Elyssa Abdullah, Hinsdale, IL 74, 72, 68: 214 Boys 9-10 Ronin Banerjee, Irvine, CA 72, 70, 73: 215 Girls 9-10 Beika Ma, Qingdao 32, 36, 32: 100 Boys 8 and Under Yu-Hong Chen, Taipei 36, 34, 33: 103 Girls 8 and Under Jie - En Lin, Taichung 31, 36, 32: 99 2018 CHAMPIONS Full Leaderboard Boys 15-18 Kentaro Nanayama, Jakarta 71, 67, 74: 212 Girls 15-18 Natthakritta Vongtaveelap, Bangkok 74, 70, 73: 217 Boys 13-14 Fifa Laopakdee, Thailand 69, 67, 68: 204 Girls 13-14 Soottinee Ngamkham, Thailand, CA 69, 67, 71: 207 Boys 11-12 Jay Leng, Jr, La Jolla 69, 67, 69: 205 Girls 11-12 Mariana Rodriguez, Ibague, VT 70, 70, 70: 210 Boys 9-10 Charongrat Jitnavasathien, Chiangmai 69, 72, 75: 216 Girls 9-10 Ava Cepeda, Kaaawa, HI 34, 33, 36: 103 Boys 8 and Under Kitpat Hamilton, Bangkok 33, 32, 33: 98 Girls 8 and Under Zoe Salinas, San Diego, CA 33 40 36 109 2017 CHAMPIONS Full Leaderboard Recap Boys 15-18 Runchanapong Youprayong, Thailand 75, 68, 67: 210 Girls 15-18 Ho Yu An, Taiwan 65, 68, 71: 204 Boys 13-14 Kentaro Nanayama, Indonesia 67, 67, 69: 203 Girls 13-14 Vanessa Ho, United States 68, 69, 70: 207 Boys 11-12 Pongsapak Laopakdee, Thailand 65, 68, 71: 204 Girls 11-12 Natachanok Tunwannarux, Thailand (p) 68, 66, 70: 204 Boys 9-10 Ratchanon Chantananuwat, Thailand 68, 71, 66: 205 Girls 9-10 Eila Galitsky, Thailand 34, 35, 30: 99 Boys 8 and Under Chang Xihuan, China 35, 33, 34: 102 Girls 8 and Under Jiranan Lim, Thailand 34, 35, 32: 101 2016 CHAMPIONS Boys 15-18 Tommy Stephenson, United States 69, 72, 69: 210 Fresno State Girls 15-18 Sofia Chabon, Philippines 71, 70, 70: 211 Cal Baptist Boys 13-14 Caden Fioroni, United States 69, 68, 68: 205 UNLV Girls 13-14 Francesca Bernice Olivarez-Ilas, Philippines 68, 69, 68: 205 SDSU Boys 11-12 Jayden Ford, New Zealand 70, 68, 68: 206 Girls 11-12 Nicole Felce, United States 68, 69, 67: 204 Professional Boys 9-10 Ryan Liang, Canada 74, 71, 73: 218 Girls 9-10 Darla May Dela Torre, United States 35, 33, 35: 103 Boys 8 and Under Lucas Quintero Osejo, Colombia 35, 38, 35: 108 Girls 8 and Under Ava Cepeda, United States 35, 34, 37: 106 2015 CHAMPIONS Full Leaderboard Where are they now? Boys 15-18 Zihao Jin, China 71, 70, 71: 212 SDSU Girls 15-18 Abegail Arevalo, Philippines 72, 71, 72: 215 SAN JOSE Boys 13-14 Raymond Li, Canada 70, 70, 74: 214 Carengie Mellon Girls 13-14 Zoe Campos, United States 70, 73, 67: 210 UCLA Boys 11-12 Alexander Yang, United States 62, 63, 73: 198 Stanford Girls 11-12 Lok Yin Wong, Hong Kong 74, 74, 75: 223 Boys 9-10 Kuranosuke Shimizu, Japan 68, 76, 75: 219 Girls 9-10 Natachanok Tunwannarux, Thailand 68, 71, 74: 213 Boys 15-18 Devin Hua, United States 68, 72, 72: 212 CAL Boys 8 and Under Achira Chumchaivate, Thailand 29, 33, 33: 95 Girls 8 and Under Jiyue Wu, China 35, 36, 40: 111 2014 CHAMPIONS Full Leaderboard Recap Boys 15-18 Justin Williamson, Honolulu, HI 71, 69, 75: 215 ARMY Girls 15-18 Kanyalak Preedasutthijit, Bangkok 71, 67, 70: 208 Boys 13-14 Puwit Anupansuebsai, Bangkok 68, 68, 67: 203 SDSU Girls 13-14 Paphangkorn Tavatanakit, Bangkok 71, 70, 67: 208 Boys 11-12 Nattabutara Sornkaew, Bangkok 70, 71, 73: 214 Girls 11-12 Rina Tatematsu, Bangkok 69, 71, 65: 205 Boys 9-10 Wit Pitipat, Bangkok 71, 77, 69: 217 Girls 9-10 Manassanan Chotikabhukkana, Bangkok 71, 77, 73: 221 Boys 8 and Under Rapeepong Kosalutta, Chunburi 39, 37, 35: 111 Girls 8 and Under Chloe Viray, La Mirada, CA 43, 40, 41: 124 2013 CHAMPIONS Full Leaderboard Recap Girls 15-18 Mimi Ho, Hong Kong 72, 69, 76: 217 FRESNO Boys 13-14 Jack Trent, Australia 72, 67, 71: 210 UNLV Girls 13-14 Alyaa Abdulghany, United States 73, 66, 74: 213 USC Boys 11-12 Robin Williams, England 68, 75, 74: 217 Florida State Girls 11-12 Katherine Muzi, United States 74, 74, 71: 219 USC Boys 9-10 Jackson Rivera, United States 76, 72, 71: 219 USC Girls 9-10 Kayla Sam, Cambodia 84, 78, 77: 239 Fullerton Boys 8 and Under Carson Kim, United States 46, 39, 38: 123 USC Girls 8 and Under Zhang R. 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Isaac Hutchison of Lewisburg, playing in the boys 15-16 division, won the Tri-State Roofing and Sheet Metal Round of the Day for boys. Olivia Dickson of St. Clairsville, Ohio, playing in the girls 15-18 division, won the Tri-State Roofing and Sheet Metal Round of the Day for girls.

“As always, we’re excited to host the Callaway Junior Tour here at Stonewall Resort.  These young golfers are our future, and we love working with the WVGA on these events,” said Stonewall’s Head PGA Professional Mike Rogers.  “The course gave the golfers a good test while still having fun.”

“I want to thank Mike Rogers for all he does for Junior Golf. Thanks to Stonewall Resort for having us out today and congratulations to all the winners,” said WVGA Director of Junior Golf and Core Services Lucas Ware.

Division winners were:

  • Boys 12 & under: Bentley Shirkey of Barboursville, (+8) 80;
  • Boys 13-14: Grant Winkler of Daniels, (+6) 78;
  • Boys 15-16: Isaac Hutchison of Lewisburg, (+4) 76;
  • Boys 17-18: Caleb Young of Fairmont, (+8) 80;
  • Girls 10-14: Valentina Aguilar of Elkins, (+31) 103.; and
  • Girls 15-18: Olivia Dickson of St. Clairsville, Ohio, (+12) 84.

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LPGA Style Evolution: From the Founders to Modern Performance Wear, How Women's Golf Fashion Has Changed in 74 years

Once upon a time in fashion, Bermuda shorts were not only considered to be in style but they were thought to be a symbol of female liberation.

When the LPGA was founded in 1950, hemlines above the ankle were as daring as women could go to ensure a level of modesty expected during that era. But the organization, along with its  13 founders , set a new set of rules for women in sports.

The establishment of the Tour came during a time when the prescribed behaviors of women in society, especially as athletes, began to shift. Gender roles and gender expression drove the world's perception of women, and how women dressed was so closely connected to their respectability.

Honor, virtue and status ruled the game's attire standards, but with influential figures like Babe Zaharias, who embraced her rather boastful, tom-boyish style, and Marilynn Smith, who wouldn't be seen in public without a string of pearls, golf's style evolution has taken many shapes over the years.

Golf, unlike other sports, doesn't demand its participants to wear a specific uniform. However, golfers are still expected to adhere to a certain dress code. As the game progresses, so do the limits of what is considered acceptable on-course apparel. Golf has moved into a new era, one where the intersection between fashion and functionality has never been more apparent.

Throughout the LPGA Tour’s 74-year history, we have seen the trends of the decades come and go. Let's take a closer look at female golf’s fashion history and how players have flaunted their best fits while traipsing the fairways.

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1950s-1970s

In the latter half of the 20th century, women's fashion took bountiful leaps toward movement. The shift away from restricting garments came with the freedom of mobility. Comfortability and how clothes performed athletically were now being taken into consideration.

As a result, over the course of the ‘50s and ‘60s, hemlines crept higher and higher. Ankle-length skirts and sack dresses morphed into skorts, making knee-length skirts more plausible while remaining relatively modest.

With the rise of major fashion houses – think Dior, Yves Saint Laurant, and Ralph Lauren – women's apparel at the macro level began to embrace the autonomy of women. Designers and tailors had even begun making things like pantsuits for women, something that was almost unheard of in previous decades.

In the late 60s into the 70s, dresses and other feminine silhouettes were traded for high-waisted slacks, taking more of a gender-neutral approach to on-course style. Pants were used by women as a proclamation of power and equality to their male counterparts in the game.

The 1980s brought on the dawn of polyester and bright colors. Making a statement is what mattered, and athletes wanted to stand out from the rest with not just their scores but with their wardrobes, too.

Enter golf's famed glamor girl, Jan Stephenson. Her teased Farrah Fawcett-like hair along with her daringly bright-colored fits and her charming smile captured the attention of not just golfers but seemingly the entire world. Her face was plastered across magazines, and she was golf’s "it girl" of the 80s.

Stephenson and her peers adhered to a chic and simple-yet-effective recipe of color coordinating their high-waisted trousers and short-sleeved tops as well as their accessories (belts, hats, scarves, etc.) to make their fashion statements.

It seemed that the bolder, the better was standard until khaki rolled around.

What seems like a golf staple now wasn't always around in women's golf apparel. LPGA Tour players didn't embrace the neutral until the 1990s, along with oversized polos – stretch fabrics weren't yet a thing – and wide-brimmed visors.

Much like the transition from the ‘60s into the ‘70s, gender-neutral silhouettes were being embraced in the ‘90s, and players wanted to focus more on the performance aspect of apparel compared to the vibrant and boldness of the previous decade.

Vibrant colors and striking patterns had been traded for subtle, more muted colors and tones, and many embraced neutrals, following the color palette you often see on a golf course by wearing blues, greens and tans.

The 2000s-2010s

Despite the turn of the century and welcoming the new millennia, early 2000s golf fashion followed similar silhouettes to the 90s. Baggy and oversized were the name of the game for a while until yet another shift took place.

Tiger Woods’ partnership with Nike reimagined what a golfer looked like. Woods' athleticism was center stage, and what he wore needed to reflect that. Nike and other legacy golf brands like Cobra Puma, Adidas and Callaway introduced performance and stretch technologies into their apparel. Suddenly moisture-wicking was added to golf fashion’s day-to-day vernacular.

The baggy, cotton-fiber polos that feed our nostalgia were replaced with the polyester polos sitting in our closets right now.

Fashion, however, is cyclical, and as new technology emerges, women's golf apparel found itself reverting back to skirts and skorts, shortening hemlines and foregoing sleeves on polos to adopt a new look – sleeveless collared tanks.

Former Epson Tour player, instructor and golf fashion aficionado Liz Breed, who goes by Shank Haney on social media, has witnessed the shift in women's golf apparel firsthand.

"The world of golf fashion for women is in a fun and exciting place, but I still think there is a lot more room to grow," says Breed. "When you look at golf fashion not even 20 years ago, women (now) have a lot of things that we can wear on the golf course, from athleisure to streetwear.

“When I say it has room to grow, I still think it's one-dimensional about what women can wear on a golf course. Twenty years ago, it was pretty harsh on the polo and skort combo. That outfit has now become a matching set or a dress. I would love to see women explore non-golfing brands and put those on the golf course, taking influences of what you would wear in your normal day-to-day life."

Present Day  

Over the last four years or so, many brands have begun to specifically target female golfers, incorporating more fashion-forward items for women and shifting trends once more.

The push for golf apparel to be more relaxed and multidimensional is embodied by the latest launch of Rhone's women's collection, an amalgamation of on-course pieces such as an activewear dress and polos mixed with more athleisure styles, including leggings and tank tops.

Comfort-focused without sacrificing style is the direction that golf apparel is moving swiftly into, and Rhone has recognized that, delivering a collection highlighted by elevated basics – think classic polos and sensible skort options – with a natural color palette for versatility.

Each piece of apparel from Rhone is crafted with the brand's signature fabric technologies designed specifically with movement in mind, and with its debut women's collection, Rhone placed an emphasis on dressing women who are on the go. Whether a woman is running errands or engaging in high-intensity workouts, Rhone and the women of the brand wanted a collection that is all-encompassing for the modern woman.

In developing the women's collection, the brand conducted research and focus groups to collect data to see exactly what women look for in lifestyle and activewear.

When asked about the design implications of a collection specific to women, CEO and Co-Founder of Rhone, Nate Checketts shared, "The most important to (us) is more performance. So (the clothes) have to perform at the absolute highest level, it's got to be able to go the full 18 holes.

“(The customer) has got to feel great about the product. We use the best moisture-wicking odor-control fabrication that is on the market. That's the standard. But then she's got to feel confident. One of the things that we've noticed in women's golf, is that there's such a traditional design pattern, and what's big right now with women in active and lifestyle are sets and inflections.

“So, we built some really useful sets and a collection that she's going to feel as confident in when she goes into a studio class as she does walking out on the course."

Along with the women’s collection, Rhone has partnered with the LPGA and Epson Tours, in an effort to carry out its mission of apparel that not only looks good but encourages you to pursue a lifestyle centered around mental wellness.

"Everything we do is around mental fitness," explains Emma Crepeau, Rhone's Chief Growth Officer. “The LPGA and Rhone are united by a common passion and a shared commitment to innovation and excellence. Together, we combine our missions to inspire performance, empower individuals to reach their full potential and instill life skills within communities.

“Fueled by our collective support in the pursuit of progress, we look forward to working together to assist talent in developing and achieving success."

Throughout the course of the last seven decades, golf fashion has ebbed and flowed so much. From showcasing individual style to influencing the culture at large, on-course wear will continue to embrace the traditions of the game while adding elements that are fashion-forward and of the times.

As women's golf continues to grow and develop, it's imperative that there are accessible and inclusive apparel options available for all to look good in and feel – and play – even better.

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Grayson Murray, who won his second PGA TOUR title at this year’s Sony Open in Hawaii, passed away Saturday.

"We were devastated to learn – and are heartbroken to share – that PGA TOUR player Grayson Murray passed away this morning. I am at a loss for words,” PGA TOUR Commissioner Jay Monahan said. “The PGA TOUR is a family, and when you lose a member of your family, you are never the same. We mourn Grayson and pray for comfort for his loved ones.

“I reached out to Grayson’s parents to offer our deepest condolences, and during that conversation, they asked that we continue with tournament play,” Commissioner Monahan continued. “They were adamant that Grayson would want us to do so. As difficult as it will be, we want to respect their wishes.”

Grief counselors were made available at the venues for this week’s PGA TOUR and Korn Ferry Tour events. Commissioner Monahan, who traveled from TOUR headquarters in Florida to the Charles Schwab Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas, said he was "devastated" by the loss.

Grayson's parents, Eric and Terry Murray, said in a statement Sunday that the cause of death was suicide .

"Was Grayson loved? The answer is yes," his parents wrote. "By us, his brother Cameron, his sister Erica, all of his extended family, by his friends, by his fellow players and – it seems – by many of you who are reading this. He was loved and he will be missed."

Murray, 30, was a standout golfer from his youth. He won three consecutive Callaway Junior World Championships (2006-08) and was the top-ranked golfer in his age group. He made his first cut on the Korn Ferry Tour at age 16, becoming the second-youngest player ever to do so. After stints at Wake Forest University, East Carolina University and Arizona State University, he got the break he needed in 2016 when he was given a sponsor exemption into the Korn Ferry Tour event near his hometown of Raleigh, North Carolina. He finished inside the top 10 at that event, the Rex Hospital Open, which qualified him for another start. When he posted another top 10 at the BMW Charity Pro-Am, his professional career took off. He concluded his season with a victory at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship to finish second on the Korn Ferry Tour money list and earn full status on the PGA TOUR for the 2016-17 season. The win came a week before his 23rd birthday.

Murray wasted little time establishing himself on golf’s biggest stage as a rookie. He won the 2017 Barbasol Championship while still just 23 years old. His final-round 68 not only secured a one-shot victory, but also solidified a two-year exemption through the 2019 PGA TOUR season. He finished 66th in the FedExCup and earned nearly $1.5 million.

Grayson struggled for the next few seasons on the PGA TOUR. In 2023, he found his game again on the Korn Ferry Tour; he notched two victories – the Advent Health Championship in Kansas City and the Simmons Bank Open outside of Nashville – to finish fourth on that tour’s points list and earn a spot back onto the PGA TOUR for the following season.

Murray opened the 2024 season with a playoff victory at the Sony Open in Hawaii. He made a clutch up and down on the 72nd hole for a birdie to force a playoff. Then he sank a 40-foot birdie putt on the first extra hole to defeat Byeong Hun An and Keegan Bradley. He reached a career-high 46th in the Official World Golf Ranking after that victory.

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SWING INTO SUMMER with a fun filled three-day Junior golf camp. Golfers will learn basic golf skills through instruction, drills and competitions each day. PGA professional Michael Wagner will be giving instruction along with his assistant golf instructors. We are continuing to feature our Operation 36 for all ages, designed for young students and making the game easier to learn, entertaining and safe. Instruction includes golf etiquette, putting, chipping, pitching and full swing (clubs can be provided). Practice of these techniques will be done daily on the putting green and driving range. On the third day of camp golfers ages 8-15 will play the first 9 holes to put their new skills to use.

Prizes will be awarded daily for various skill competitions during each lesson. Each golfer will receive a swag bag and certificate at the end of camp.

Refreshments

Refreshments will be served each day of camp.

Dates and Times

  • June 20-22, 2023

Registration Fees

Ages 5-7: $35 (prepaid) / $50 (first day of camp)

Registration for ages 5-7.

Ages 8-15: $99 (prepaid) / $119 (first day of camp)

  • Registration for ages 8-15.

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