HELENA — This week Green Meadow Country Club hosted the Girls Junior Americas Cup, a three-day tournament comprising 18 teams, each team consisting of the top four girls from each state and country from across the western United States, Canada and Mexico.
The event is intended to provide sportsmanship, friendship, personal growth and development of young women golfers. This year marks the third time since Montana joined the GJAC in 1979 that the Treasure State has hosted the Girls Junior Americas Cup.
Southern California ran away with the team competition after shooting a team score of 202 (-14) for the final round and totaling 620 (-28), 24 shots ahead of defending champion, Mexico.
In the individual competition, Jasmine Koo of Southern California posted three days in the 60s (69-67-66) for a 202 total and 14-under-par to take individual first honors.
Results can be found here.