Cooper Humphreys

Vernon, B.C. • Team Canada – NextGen

General Facts

  • Date of birth January 12, 2005
  • Hometown Vernon, B.C.
  • Home club The Harvest Club
  • School Oregon State (2023)
  • Years on team 2 (2023 Team Canada - NextGen | 2022 Junior Squad)

Notable moments

  • Champion – British Columbia Amateur (2023)
  • Champion – Canada Summer Games (2022)
  • T5 – 2022 Canadian Junior Boys Championship
  • Was a member of the winning Team Canada team at the 2022 Toyota Junior World Cup (T5 individually)
  • T2 – 2022 NextGen Pacific Championship, fueled by JOURNIE Rewards
  • Champion – 2022 CJGA Western Canadian Championship at Mayfair Lakes
  • Champion – 2021 Canadian Juvenile Boys Championship
  • T2 – 2021 Canadian Junior Boys Championship
  • 2nd – 2021 BC Junior Boys Championship
  • T6 – California Inland Empire Amateur
  • T41 – 2021 Mackenzie Tour Golf BC Championship


  • Q: How did you get into golf?

    I would ride in the golf cart with my dad at Big Sky Golf Club when I was younger. I brought out soccer balls, roller blades, frisbees, and even a hockey stick and tennis ball to play hockey on the cart paths. I would play football and play fetch with our dog too. As time went on I would start to hit more and more shots until I was playing whole rounds when I was 7. I grew up on a golf course so that is probably how I got into golf.

  • Q: What is something most people don’t know about you? Any hidden talents?

    Mazes – For some reason I can do mazes fast.

  • Q: What is the best thing about your hometown?

    There are some really nice golf courses.

  • Q: Do you have any superstitions?

    I never use a golf ball with the number 5 and I always have one marker and two tees in my left pocket.

  • Q: If you could have a walk-up song on the first tee box, what would it be?

    “Stayin’ Alive” by the Bee Gees.