TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley launches junior golf event series

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AURORA, CANADA - AUGUST 22: Michelle Liu of Canada hits her second shot on the 18th hole during the first round of the CP Women's Open at Magna Golf Club on August 22, 2019 in Aurora, Canada. (Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images)

Caledon, Ont. – TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley announced on Tuesday the creation of The Road to TPC Toronto presented by COBRA PUMA GOLF, a new event series for junior golfers taking place across Ontario this summer culminating in a series Finale at TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley.
Designed to provide junior golfers with tournament opportunities to compete and improve their games, The Road to TPC Toronto will consist of six 36-hole regional qualifying tournaments for girls and boys, with the chance to earn a spot in the season-ending finale in August.
“Junior golf has seen a remarkable explosion in popularity in recent years and we’re incredibly excited to launch this new event series of competitive opportunities in Ontario this summer,” said TPC Toronto Tournament and Programming Director Brad Parkins. “We’re so thankful for the support of our partners at COBRA PUMA GOLF in helping to launch The Road to TPC in 2021.”
Each regional qualifying tournament field will be open to girls and boys, aged 18 and under as of August 1, 2021 on a first come-first serve basis. The top six boys and three girls from each regional qualifier will advance to the finale at TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley, in Caledon, Ontario, August 16-17, 2021. At The Finale, 60 of the province’s best junior golfers will compete in the 36-hole finale, with prizing for top boys’ and girls’ finishers. 
Beginning in June, The Road to TPC Toronto presented by COBRA PUMA GOLF will get started at Loyalist Golf and Country Club in Bath June 29-30, followed by Ottawa’s eQuinelle Golf Club July 12-13 and Niagara’s Bridgewater Golf & Country Club on July 19 for 36 holes in one day. Durham’s Lakeridge Links will play host on a date to be determined in July followed by Sudbury’s Idylwylde Golf & Country Club and Timberwolf Golf Club on July 29 and 30, respectively, with the final qualifying event heading to London’s Tarandowah Golfers Club August 4-5.
COBRA PUMA GOLF will provide equipment and apparel prizes for outstanding junior golfers at each event, with the boys’ and girls’ champion following the finale at TPC Toronto earning a prize pack, including a custom fitting for a new KING RADSPEED driver.
“We are excited to partner with TPC Toronto to deliver this innovative, competitive event series for juniors across the province,” said Dwayne Boecker, Head of Golf for COBRA PUMA GOLF – Canada. “The program not only aligns with our overall investment in the youth category but also shines a spotlight on our brands in multiple communities. In addition, TPC Toronto’s 54-hole facility is one of Canada’s premier golf experiences and we’re confident the Road to TPC Toronto will become one as well.”

Competitions will be operated with detailed COVID-19 safety protocols in place in accordance with each host facility’s established practices.
Online registration for tournaments is now open at