This event has had a perpetual trophy since 1985 when it was donated by Ray Turner. Ray had been a member of RPGC since 1955 and served as Captain in 1976-77 and President from 1980-83 plus again in the Club’s Centenary year, 1995. In 2003, Ray was President of the Australian Golf Union, now known as Golf Australia. Ray was a regular attendee at the Junior Open until his passing in 2015.
The event was played over 36 holes on the same day until 2016 when it was reduced to 18 holes because of bad weather. In 2017, an 18 hole qualifying round was played in the morning with the top eight gross and top four nett scores progressing to six-hole knockout match play. The event became an 18 hole tournament in 2020.
2019: Ian Pienaar (Wanneroo) & Amie Phobubpa (Royal Perth)
2018: Joshua Greer (Joondalup) & Kirsten Rudgeley (Wanneroo)
2017: Chris Mun (Royal Perth) & Abbie Teasdale (Royal Fremantle)
2016: Ben Ferguson (The Vines) & Kirsten Rudgeley (Wanneroo)
2015: Fred Lee (Royal Perth) & Hira Naveed (Mt Lawley)
2014: Fred Lee (Royal Perth) & Rachita Vasandani (Lake Karrinyup)
|3||Hannah Green||2011, 2012, 2013|
|2||Jon Evans||1985, 1986|
|Shani Waugh||1986, 1988|
|Stephen Leaney||1989, 1990|
|Steve Collins||1991, 1992|
|Dean Alaban||1993, 1994|
|Anna Parsons||1997, 1998|
|Martine Jacques||1999, 2000|
|Fred Lee||2014, 2015|
|Kirsten Rudgeley||2016, 2018|
|Ian Pienaar||2019, 2020|
|Amie Phobubpa||2019, 2020|
Other notable winners include Kim Felton (1995), Brett Rumford (1998), Rick Kulacz (1999) and Oliver Goss (2009).