Club de golf Les Boisés de Joly prepared for Future Links, driven by Acura Québec ChampionshipWritten by Golf Canada
Joly, Que. – Golf Canada’s fourth junior golf championship of 2019 is set to begin Friday as the Future Links, driven by Acura Québec Championship gets underway at Club de golf Les Boisés de Joly.
With support from Golf Québec, the Future Links, driven by Acura Québec Championship is the fourth of eight junior championships presented in partnership with Acura this summer. The 54-hole stroke play tournament will begin with a practice round on June 6, before the tournament gets underway with round one on June 7.
Located less than an hour south of Québec City, Club de golf Les Boisés de Joly was completed in 2010. A Graham Cooke & Associates designed course, it boasts high-quality greens and unique architecture that makes the course one of the best in the region, and an ideal destination for golfers.
“Golf Québec and Golf Canada are pleased to present the 2019 Future Links, driven by Acura Québec Championship in Joly,” said Éric Couture, tournament director for Golf Québec. “The eight regional championships are fantastic opportunities for Canada’s premier junior golfers to showcase their skills. We look forward to this strong field of juniors attempting to navigate the challenging course at Club de golf Les Boisés de Joly.”
The field will consist of 87 junior golfers in the Junior Boys’ Division with the top five earning exemptions into the 2019 Canadian Junior Boys Championship from August 11-15 at Covered Bridge Golf & Country Club in Hartland, N.B. Should there be a tie for the fifth position, a playoff will be conducted following the conclusion of play.
The Junior Girls’ Division will consist of 33 golfers with the top five (including ties) earning an exemption into the 2019 Canadian Junior Girls Championship from July 29 – August 2 at Lethbridge Country Club in Lethbridge, Alta.
Four additional Future Links, driven by Acura Championships will span the country this year;
- June 14-16 – Future Links, driven by Acura Prairie – Yorkton, Sask. – Deer Park Golf Course
- July 16-18 – Future Links, driven by Acura Atlantic – Fredericton, N.B. – Mactaquac Golf Course
- 20-22 – Future Links, driven by Acura Fall Series – Lachute, Que. – Club de golf Lachute
- 27-29 – Future Links, driven by Acura Fall Series – Crown Isle Golf Resort – Courtenay, B.C.
Additional information about the 2019 Future Links, driven by Acura Pacific Championship can be found here.
Brandon White, Bourget, Ont.
Currently ranked T1 on the Golf Québec Order of Merit, White finished second at the Future Links, driven by Acura Ontario Championship.
Emily Romancew, Pierrefonds, Que.
The defending champion has already won three tournaments this season, including the Québec Junior Open.
Robbie Latter, Mississauga, Ont.
Latter is looking to defend his title at the Future Links, driven by Acura Quebec Championship.
Élizabeth Labbé, Lévis, Que.
Labbé placed second at the Quebec Girls’ Provincial Junior Championship in July 2018.
Malik Dao, Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot
The younger brother of Team Canada National Junior Squad member Celeste Dao is looking to become the second family member in three years to win the tournament.
In 2019, Golf Canada is conducting its eight regional Future Links, driven by Acura Championships in conjunction with the Provincial Associations.
Top five finishers in the Boys’ Division earn exemptions into the 2019 Canadian Junior Boys Championship.
Top five finishers (including ties) in the Girls Division earn exemptions into the 2019 Canadian Junior Girls Championship.
Emily Romancew of Pierrefonds, Que. and Robbie Latter of Mississauga, Ont. won their respective divisions at the 2018 Future Links, driven by Acura Quebec Championship. Both are back to defend their titles.