2019 Asia Pacific Junior Cup

Lihue, Hawaii, October 8, 2019 – The top sixteen (16) junior golfers from across Hawaii will travel to Japan to compete in the Asia Pacific Junior Cup in Miyazaki, Japan, November 6-8 hosted by the Japan High School Golf Association.

The top 10 boys in the 15-18 division and top 6 girls in the 13-18 division have been invited to represent Hawaii and the USA!


Dillon Ah Chong, Kamehameha Schools Hawaii
Blaze Akana, Kamehameha Schools Kapalama
Lana Calibuso-Kwee, Baldwin High School
Joshua Chung, Niu Valley Middle School
Joshua Hayashida, Hawaii Baptist Academy
Yoonjeong Huh, Makua Lani Christian Academy
Isaiah Kanno, Waiakea High School
Marshall Kim, Jr., Punahou School
Noah Koshi, Hawaii Baptist Academy
Kyung Eun Lee, Iolani School
Shayna Lu, Punahou School
Tyler Ogawa, Kalani High School
Jake Sequin, Mid Pacific Institute
Jacob Torres, Iolani School
Lacey Uchida, Waiakea High School
Kellie Yamane, Iolani School
About the Asia Pacific Junior Cup:
The APJC is an annual world-class junior golf tournament that recognizes and rewards the ability of young men and women from Hawaii & Japan, while raising awareness and monies for a variety of local charitable organizations.  The APJC is an educational and recreational vehicle by which talented young men and women from different cultures compete in a positive and friendly atmosphere with the potential of creating long-lasting bonds.
The Asia Pacific Junior Cup is celebrating it’s 13th Anniversary this year.  The event started with the vision of Mark Wang, President of Hilton Grand Vacations and Mary Bea Porter-King, President, HSJGA, who wanted to foster good will between Hawaii and international players in a fun Ryder Cup style tournament.