The NSW Junior Championship is a 72 hole stroke play tournament open to male athletes under the age of 18 on the first day of competition.
The championship was first held in 1935, originally played as a 36 hole stroke competition.
Many of Australian Golf’s best athletes have won the title, including the 1995 USPGA Champion Steve Elkington, as well as multiple tour winners, Peter O’Malley, Brett Ogle, Paul Gow and Matt Jones.
The NSW Girl’s Junior Championship is a 72 hole stroke play tournament open to female athletes under the age of 18 on the first day of competition.
The championship, which has been played under several formats since it’s inception in 1929, including Short course and Long course matchplay.
Many of Australian Golf’s best female athletes have won the NSW Girls Junior, including Dame Joan Hammond, Jan Stephenson, Karen Lunn, Rachel Hetherington, Nikki Campbell and more recently Sarah Kemp and Rebecca Artis (nee Flood).