TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup was first held in 1992 and is regarded as a traditional and prestigious junior world golf tournament.
It has been held for the purpose of allowing junior golfers from all countries to compete for the honor of their country, and to support international interaction between players who share the same goal.
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FAMOUS PAST PLAYERS
Many players who competed in the TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup are now active as young world-class golfers.
These players include Justin Rose (England), a Rio 2016 Olympics gold medalist and major tournament champion,
Jon Rahm (Spain) who continues to be one of the world’s top players, and Hideki Matsuyama (Japan),
the first Japanese golfer who won one of golf's four major tournaments.