The Nedlands committee would like to extend an invitation to all its members to come out in force and support the 40th running of the 2021 Nedlands Junior Masters       

This year The Nedlands Junior Masters will once again host the state’s top 60 junior Girls & Boys to claim the coveted prize of being the 2021 Nedlands Junior Masters Champions. This event is proudly sponsored by Srixon, Cannington Retravision, APC Storage, Perth Stitching, Golf Box, Weirs Butchers Broadway, Bakers Delight Captain Stirling and Coca-Cola Amatil.

This tradition was formed in 1981, by Dennis Parker and his brother the late Russell Parker who wanted to foster and promote the best amateur boys and girls in Western Australia to compete in a 36-hole stroke event prior to selections of the WA Boys and Girls state teams that would represent Western Australia in upcoming interstate series.

Over those 40 years many top WA golfers have used this prestigious event to launch their careers to represent their state and country in the amateur as well as the professional arena.

The inaugural winner of this trophy in 1982 was Andrew Mowatt now the head professional at Royal Fremantle Golf Club.

Craig Parry 1984 who turned professional the year after winning the Masters, and went on to have 23 career wins, two of those on the PGA Tour.

Michael Sim 2001: World No1 Amateur golfer 2005 Korn Ferry Tour, PGA tour, PGA of Australia number of wins 7

Rick Kulacz 2002: PGA tour of Australia, European Tour, Asian Tour 3 professional career wins

Oliver Goss 2011: won 2012 West Australian Open as an amateur, Runner up in the US amateur 2013 Korn Ferry Tour, PGA Tour

Min Woo Lee 2016: US Junior Amateur 2016, currently playing on the European Tour. First tour victory 2020 ISPS Handa Vic Open.

Shani Waugh 1988: The first girl to win the event, turned professional 1991 she played LPGA and Ladies European Tour, as well as the Australian Ladies Professional Golf Tour (ALPG). Went on to win 7 professional events 3 on the Ladies European Tour and 4 on ALPG Tour

Kristie Smith 2006: Australian Amateur Champion 2008 Member of the ALPG, Ladies European Tour and Futures Tour. Has had 4 wins, 2 on Futures Tour and 2 on the ALPG  

Min Jee Lee 2011: – Winner of 2012 US Girls Junior Championship, No1 rank amateur female golfer 2014, 5 wins on the LPGA. 2 wins Ladies European Tour, and 2 on the ALPG. She is currently ranked 8 in women’s world golf rankings.