American Junior Golf Association
The American Junior Golf Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the overall growth and development of young men and women who aspire to earn college golf scholarships through competitive junior golf by providing information, schedules of tournaments and results, information about volunteering, a parents section, and links. The AJGA offers programs such as Leadership Links, fundraising programs and the ACE Grant. In an effort to continue combating the costs of playing a national junior golf schedule for players without the financial resources, the American Junior Golf Association enters its 12th year of implementing the Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) Grant program in 2014. The goal of the ACE Grant program is to give top-flight golf opportunities to young golfers regardless of financial resources. This program helps to fulfill the AJGA's mission of developing young men and women who aspire to earn college golf scholarships through competitive junior golf.
British Junior Golf Tour
The British Junior Golf Tour aims to provide a quality, professionally run, equal opportunities golf tours in a safe, friendly and fun environment that allows junior golfers to gain competition experience. We provide regular competitive, challenging and fun junior golf competitions across the UK all year round as well as hosting a UK National Grand Final for the best players across England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. We sponsor and support a Player of the Year, each and every year and our goal is to help every child enjoy the sport of golf.
Canadian Junior Golf Association
The Canadian Junior Golf Association (CJGA) is dedicated to developing Canada's junior golfers by offering basic instruction to the beginning golfer and high level competition to the more advanced golfer through regional, provincial, national, and international events. The CJGA brings excellence to junior golf as a sport through opportunities and fellowship. We help foster the growth of competitive junior golf in Canada, to provide junior golfers - even those who cannot afford instruction or equipment - with quality coaching, and top notch competition, to expand the opportunities for instruction, through CJGA Golf Schools and CJGA Clinics and to familiarize junior golfers with the professional golf environment, through the CJGA Junior Tour with its multi-day events, and through mentoring with professional tour players.
FCWT Junior Golf Tour
The Future Collegians World Tour (FCWT) conducts junior golf tournaments for ages 11-19 across the United States from September through May. Our tournament venues include public and private golf courses, college golf courses and even PGA Tour stops. Our purpose is to provide a venue of nationally-ranked junior golf tournaments for players to showcase their talent in the hopes of earning a college golf scholarship and offers over 40 junior golf tournaments throughout the country, in states like California, Arizona, Florida, Indiana, North Carolina, and many more. Junior Golfers compete from across the country and around the world, including countries like England, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Brazil, and more. The FCWT Junior Golf Tournament Directors are all golf professionals who enjoy helping junior golfers move their game to the next level.
International Junior Golf Tour
The mission of the International Junior Golf Tour is to provide domestic and international junior golfers, ages 11-18, national exposure in competitive tournaments at top venues around the world, preparing them for future success in golf and in life. The IJGT began with the sole purpose of providing a means for IJGA students to gain competitive experience and the popularity of the academy and the addition of weekly summer camps, the number of events increased to 23 events nationwide. The IJGT quickly developed into the second most recognized junior tour and the only one to offer events every weekend during the school year. In recent years, the IJGT was conducting over 60 events each year as well as tournaments in Canada, Scotland, and Bermuda. Most events have field sizes of over 80 players and there are roughly 2,000 junior golfers who compete on the IJGT. These members represent 45 states and over 43 countries.
Junior Golf Association of Arizona
The Junior Golf Association of Arizona (JGAA) is a non-profit organization that introduces Arizona's youth to the game of golf and helps junior golfers develop golf and life skills through competitive programs and tournaments. In addition to developing golf programs at schools and assisting Arizona golf courses with their junior programs, the JGAA conducts more than 100 golf programs and activities, including etiquette clinics, tournaments, and college prep seminars throughout Arizona each year. The JGAA awards two scholarship funds annually to high school senior members of the JGAA for their college education - the Tres Arnold and the John Wolfinger Memorial College Scholarships. Celebrating its 30th Anniversary in 2013, JGAA's strong belief in teamwork and cooperation continues to guide the organization and is instilled in all of its members.
Junior Golf Scoreboard
The Junior Golf Scoreboard was created by a group of parents whose children have been involved in all levels of junior golf, from local competitions to the U. S. Junior Amateur and AJGA events, and most of whom have gone on to play golf at the college level. The founders of the Junior Golf Scoreboard saw a real opportunity to help junior golfers market themselves, find tournaments more easily and assess their playing skills against other junior golfers without necessarily having to travel all over the country.
Junior Golf, USGA
JuniorLinks.com is the online home for young people interested in golf. As the ultimate junior golf website we feature up-to-date golf news, comprehensive information and golf resources, fun games and an ever-growing database of junior golf programs and competitions throughout the country. JuniorLinks.com is a component of GOLF 20/20, an initiative designed to ensure and strengthen the future of the game by implementing programs that will actively increase participation and interest. GOLF 20/20 is managed by the World Golf Foundation with the support of many golf-industry partners. The mission of the World Golf Foundation is to develop and support initiatives that positively impact lives through the game of golf and its traditional values. The official Junior Golf web site of the USGA, PGA Tour, PGA of America, LPGA, NGCOA, GCSAA, and the World Golf Foundation.
National Golf Coaches Association
The Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) is the professional organization of golf coaches. The GCAA's mission is to support its member coaches by creating educational opportunities, providing resources, and promoting its members with the purpose of enhancing their overall performance as coaches, mentors, and teachers of golf. The GCAA also recognizes golf excellence and achievements of its members and their student-athletes in academic, athletic and civic endeavors. Home of the men's and women's collegiate golf coaches associations and their joint venture, the Junior Golf Showcase.
PGA.com PGA Golf for Juniors
The PGA Junior Series provides and promotes the enjoyment of golf by junior golfers through affordable and competitive playing opportunities in professionally supervised events organized by The PGA of America and supported by PGA Professionals throughout the country. The 19th annual PGA Junior Series continues to provide global and national exposure for each of the 156+ player fields. Each event is nationally ranked in the Golfweek/Titleist performance Index and the Junior Golf Scoreboard. Approximately one-half of the participants in each field are from the host-state and one-half are from outside the host-state. The boy 15-18 and overall girl winners for all events will earn exemptions into the Junior PGA championship at Miramont Country Club in Bryan/College Station, Texas. The PGA Junior Series has conducted 198 events in 41 states. Boys and girls ages 12-18 have participated from six continents, more than 24 countries and all 50 states with an average participation rate of 20 states per golfing event. This series for junior golfers is conducted from coast to coast across the U.S. from June to August.