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Mojo In the City started on October 14, 2010 at St. Aloysius Primary with 20 students, followed 2 weeks later by St. Anne’s Primary with 32 students and continues to expand throughout Jamaica.




Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture, Olivia Grange, has announced a scholarship to be granted by Government in the name of Vittoria Marley, the promising young golfer who died recently in an accident while taking part in a tournament in Montego Bay.




The Mojo 6 $25,000 USD Charitable Donation Develops Kingston Urban Youth Golf Program, Renovates an Elementary School and Starts a Fund for Trelawny Stadium  

Through an innovative program The Mojo In The City program will expose primary students in Jamaica to golf for the first time




Check out the article written by Mark Lamport-Stokes of Reuters about Mariah Stackhouse and her experience in the inaguaral Mojo 6 in Jamaica.




World’s Fastest Man, Usain Bolt, on-hand for debut of new, fast-paced format

The dust has settled, the results are in . . . but the real story is how the unique, new Raceway Golf™ format – which tests the limits of the world’s best athletes through a faster, shorter, more cutthroat type of competition – will change the game.  The hotly debated new format, debuted at the inaugural Mojo 6 (www.themojo6.com), proved to be everything it set out to be, and more, as 16 elite players battled for their share of the $1 million purse.




Check out the photo gallery on the Jamaica Gleaner web site from The Mojo 6 Welcome Party that took place at the Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa.




CHECK OUT WHO'S PLAYING WHO FOR THE FIRST ROUND MATCHES IN THE MOJO 6 TOURNAMENT FOR DAY ONE THURSDAY APRIL 15TH.




"Riverdale’s Mariah Stackhouse gets a taste of what her future may hold this week when she makes her LPGA debut" said Stan Awtrey Golf Notes writer for the Atlanta Journal Constitution.




Move Over Masters, The Mojo 6 is Coming!
With Only a Day Left, the Question on Everyone’s Mind is, Will New Raceway Golf Format be Good for the Game?

The world’s best ready to tee it up at the Mojo 6, where they’ll pick their opponents and go head-to-head in shorter 6-hole matches




The Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) is one of the major sponsors of the inaugural staging of The Mojo 6 Golf Tournament, to be held at the Cinnamon Hill Golf Course in Rose Hall,Montego BayApril 13 - 16.



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