2019 Mid-America Cup







The Mid-America Junior Cup is a competition between the Kansas City Golf Association and the Metropolitan Amateur Golf Association (St. Louis) in which the KCGA hosts in odd numbered years. The matches are a Ryder Cup style competition that involves the top juniors from both associations. The Mid-America Cup event was first created in 1999 and this marks the 21st year of competition. The purpose of this event was to provide a high quality regional competition with match-play exposure and to instill a sense of regional pride. The series is currently tied 10 to 10. The MAGA has won the cup 8 times, the KCGA 8 times and it has been tied 4 times. The KCGA currently holds the cup and has since 2013.


This year the competition will be hosted by the KCGA at Kansas City Country Club. This will be the second time Kansas City CC has hosted the event, the first coming in 2003.


Boys will be playing from around 6500 yards and girls will be playing from around 5600 yards. Live scoring will be updated on this page under the Results tab.