The Borck Memorial Junior Tournament is a professionally run junior golf tournament open by invitation to golfers aged 17 and under from the Greater Bridgeport/Fairfield area. This year’s tournament and dinner will be held at Mill River Country Club in Stratford.
To promote friendly competition and to give young golfers experience playing in a professionally-run tournament.
How did the tournament get started?
The first tournament was held in July of 1970 in honor of junior golfer Jay Borck who had died the previous year of a cerebral hemorrhage—just one week after winning the Brooklawn Junior Tournament.
What is the tournament format?
The first day is a qualifying round at stroke play. The second and third days are match play. Winners are announced on Wednesday. There is a dinner for all participants and their guests on Monday evening.
The dinner is an opportunity for contestants to meet in a semi-formal environment. The scholarship winner will be announced during the dinner. Jacket and tie are required for boys, and attendance is mandatory. This year’s dinner will be held at Mill River Country Club in Stratford.
Can competitors invite guests to the dinner?
Yes. The cost for parents and guests to attend is $40 per person. We recommend making reservations well in advance, due to the popularity of the event. Dinner reservations can be made by sending a check, payable to The Borck Family Foundation, to
The Borck Family Foundation
c/o Stephanie Kirik
Brody Wilkinson PC
2507 Post Road
Southport, CT 06890-1259
Mill River Country Club
4567 Main Street
Stratford, CT. 06614
Ph: (203) 375-5641
We remind our contestants that they are guests at our host facilities. Smooth out footprints in bunkers, repair all ball marks on greens, replace divots and show consideration for your fellow competitors.