Our first year was a success!
Fifteen junior golfers participated in the Seacoast Junior Golf Academy 2023 summer program. Players and coaches enjoyed nine weeks of competitive training and course practice at The Oaks Golf Course, Pease Golf Course, and Golf Club of New England.
The summer program supported players who currently play competitive golf in high school and play in state, regional, and national competitions. These players are passionate and committed in their pursuit of better golf and are interested in playing high school golf and college golf in the future. Our summer program included skills development, course management, mental training, and performance training.
Each of our 15 players competed in a minimum of five New Hampshire Junior Golf events. Several played in additional events outside of NH.
The hard work put in by the junior golfers during the summer was obvious going into the high school golf season. Most players had dropped their stroke average by two shots or more. This resulted in significant results during the season. We had many medalist finishes this past season.
SJGA players (from left to right): Carys Fennessy, Cam Cunio, Jon Dumais, Kendall Wishart
Individual accomplishments of SJGA players:
- Won the NH Women’s Amateur Championship by 15 strokes
- Won the New York Regional and qualified for the Notah Begay lll National Championship. The National Championship was held November 9-11 in Louisiana where she finished tied for 7th
- Won the New Hampshire Girls High School Championship by four strokes
- Won the New England Girls High School Championship by six strokes
- Won the Spinal Technology Junior Classic
Shot 74 at the NH High School Division II Team Championship and qualified to play in the NH boys’ individual championship, where he finished 15th .
Shot 73 at the NH High School Division I Team Championship and qualified to play in the NH boys’ individual championship, where he finished 8th. Jon also won the 2023 Cochecho Country Club Junior Club Championship.
A freshman, shot 48 and finished second in the medalist (nine hole) division at the New Hampshire Girls State Championship.
Thank you to our sponsors!
As with many non-profit, instructional-based undertakings, the SJGA cannot continue without financial support from the sponsors and anonymous donors. We are extremely grateful to our association sponsors.