2019 Schedule

April/June 2019
Regional Qualifiers
July 2019
Regional Finals

Grand Final

24th - 25th August 2019

Players should be between 5 and 12 years of age on 1st September 2019.

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Qualifying Venues

The Regional Qualifiers for the 2019 Championships will commence towards the end of April 2019. Regional Qualifiers will cost £9 and Regional Finals will cost £13. The cost of the Grand Final will be announced shortly.

You can book through the 2019 Championships Page or select your regions qualifying venue below.

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News

The 2019 Wee Wonders Championships get underway this week at Fortrose & Rosemarkie GC

The 2019 Wee Wonders Championships gets underway this week, with Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Club hosting our first regional qualifier on Thursday 18th April. The draw has been made and the tee sheet has been finalised. To view the tee sheet and view other useful information about the event, click here to go through to […]

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2019 Wee Wonders – 25 Years

Welcome to the 2019 Wee Wonders Championships, where we are delighted to be celebrating 25 years of fantastic junior golf! This year, our regional qualifiers will be taking place between the end of April – June, with regional qualifiers taking place in July. Our Grand Final will be held in Scotland on the 24th & […]

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2018 Wee Wonders – Season Review

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“Wee Wonders is now firmly established as one of the leading competitions of its type in the world.  It offers talented young boys and girls the opportunity to compete and thrive in a series of well organised events.  Players who participate in Wee Wonders will receive the grounding they need to go far in golf.”

Duncan Weir, Director of Golf Development at The R&A.