Carter Cup - MGA Junior Stroke Play Championship History
The Carter Cup – MGA Junior Stroke Play Championship is an invitational tournament held annually at Baltusrol Golf Club featuring the best junior golfers in the Met Area. The 36-hole championship is played over Baltusrol’s famed Upper and Lower Courses.
The Carter Cup is named in honor of Michael Carter, a junior club champion at the Baltusrol and Winged Foot Golf Clubs, a standout player on the Delbarton School golf team in Morristown, N.J., and an up-and-coming member of the Penn State golf team, who died in a car accident in 2002.
|2013||Ryan Rose||Jared Mactas|
|2012***||Jared Mactas||Theo Humphrey, Paul Pastore, Charles Cai, Ethan DeForest, Harrison Shih, Ethan Wall|
|2011||Cameron Young||Ethan Wall|
|2010||David Pastore||Ryan McCormick|
|2009||Cameron Wilson||David Pastore|
|2008**||Curtis Loop||Cameron Wilson|
|2007||Max Buckley||Cameron Wilson|
|2006||Chris DeForest||Max Bichsel, Morgan Hoffman|
|2005*||Morgan Hoffmann||Dan Abbondandolo|
|2004||Patrick Fillian||Ryan Gabel|
|2003||Brendan Tracy||Marc Issler|
* Played at Winged Foot Golf Club due to the 2005 PGA Championship at Baltusrol.
** Winner decided in a playoff.
*** Shortened to 18 holes due to weather.