The Evian Championship Juniors Cup, 20 - 21 September 2016

The Evian Championship Juniors Cup, a unique tournament gathering the best international players under 14 years old.

  • Results

Final results by nation here
Final detailed results by nation here 
Final Individual results here


Tuesday 20th September: First round

07:00 am: Academy opens for training
08:30 am: First tee times
12:30 pm: Last tee times
04:30 pm: End of the 1st round

Wednesday 21st September: Second roud

07:00 am: Academy opens for training
08:30 am: First tee times
12:30 pm: Last tee times
06:00 pm: Award Ceremony 



For the event’s 10th edition, a lifelong mem-bership card for the Evian Resort Golf Club will be given to all the players who have parti-cipated in the Juniors Cup since its creation.

Do not forget to collect yours during the competition.


the academy


Visit the Evian Resort Golf Club Academy, the revolutionary golf training center. This exciting site with breathtaking views boasts 12 modules for practicing your game in real situations with state-of-the-art equipment.
Our prestigious Academy will be available for use beginning 10am on Monday September 19th for those teams wishing to train before their practice rounds in the afternoon.
It will remain open on Tuesday and Wednes-day from 7am to 7pm.
All day, free access to the driving range at the Academy. Free shuttle between the golf course and Academy.

A look at the 10th edition

2007, the 1st Juniors Cup tees off. The top 60 players in the world in the under-14 category, representing 15 nations (2 girls - 2 boys), descend onto the Evian Masters course, revelling in the chance to measure themselves against a championship course as they follow in the footsteps of the champions at one of the leading eventsin women's world golf!

2016 and the Evian Masters has become The Evian Championship, the Major. The first young participants, who came to light at successive editions of the Juniors Cup, are now at the pinnacle of the game. The American Jordan Spieth (2007) is now in the world Top 3 with two Masters titles to his name. Irish player Leona Maguire (2007) now dominates women's world amateur golf. Swiss Amateur Albane Valenzuela (2012) has notched up one achievement after another, the latest being selectedto play for Switzerland, finishing 21st at the Olympic Games. Aditi Ashok (2010, 2011, 2012), aged 18, also represented Indiain Rio.All of these young athletes are in agreement.

"It's great that the top players in theworld aged 13 or 14 can compete againsteach other once a year. There's no equi-valent of the Juniors Cup in the US.It was a really important moment for me", Jordan Spieth recently confided.Albane Valenzuela shows the same enthu-siasm: "Being part of The Evian Cham-pionship Galaxy is a really special feeling. What Franck Riboud has created here is just amazing. Giving young hopefuls their chance on challenging courses likea Major course sends out a real message to young players and thus to the future."