By: Chris Curtiss

NPJL Matches set for Memorial Day weekend!

Team USA (Washington and Oregon) is ready to compete in the 37th NPJL matches Memorial Day weekend at Trysting Tree GC in Corvallis, OR.  OR/WA girls will combine to compete against 12 girls from BC in a Curtis Cup style match format for two days. Washington team members include:

Jillian Breedlove
Triana Fernando
Audrey Park
Olivia Jang
Jacinda Lee
Una Johnson

Final Score was Canada 21 and USA 15 – Canada retains the Lucille Trophy once again!  Look for these matches to be expanding and changing format in 2024.  We’re exploring a new path for NPJL!

These matches were created by the Washington Junior Golf Association (WJGA) founder, Joan Teats in 1987, and have been contested for 36 years mostly in the State of Washington.



2023 Golf Show

Ready for Spring?  It’s time for the Seattle Golf Show!

Come by the WJGA booth this weekend at the new exciting location!

Washington State Convention Center
Hall AB
705 Pike Street, Seattle, WA 98101
Show Hours:
Saturday, March 11th: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday, March 12th: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Announcing the 2023 North Pacific Jr Ladies Matches Team

The 35th year of these Matches will be held at the Trysting Tree GC in Corvallis, OR 

May 26-28th

2023 NPJL Team Members;

Angela Zhang
Emma Wong
Jillian Breedlove
Triana Fernando
Audrey Park
Olivia Jang
Captains Patty and Chris Curtiss!!

Washington announces 2022 NPJL Team

The 2022 North Pacific Jr Ladies Team Matches are a go! Congratulations to the following girls on this year’s team; Grace Lee, Taylor Mularski, Jillian Hui, Berenice Stolte, Morgan Lee and Kasey Maralack! The 2 day matches are held at The Home Course in Dupont, WA, on May 28 and 29.  For more info contact Chris 253-226-9003.

Boys Junior Americas Cup

This week at the Powder Horn Golf Club in Sheridan Wyoming, watch our Washington boys compete against 17 other teams from the Western US, and Mexico at the 2021 Junior Americas Cup!

WJGA will be represented by Akshay Anand, Kevin Hollomon, Cole Reynolds and Max Herendeen. The format is a 54-hole team competition with the top-3 players scores counted for each round.

Follow Team Washington with online live scoring this week HERE.