With the regular season wrapped up, All-Star teams have
formed and will be making their way through the Sub-Regional and
Regional phases of the post-season.
Check here for scoring and results along with news and other updates
as these teams compete for one of the eight spots in the
2017 PGA Jr. League Championship!
The post-season is comprised of "All-Star" teams formed from all teams in a local league. The player composition of these All-Star teams is based on the number of teams in the local league and the final league standings.
All-Star teams compete in a series of Sub-Regional competitions to earn a spot at one of eight Regionals held across the country, in order to advance to the PGA Jr. League Championship.
The eight Regional champions will then compete for the Championship.
Each All-Star team is made up of a combination of 10 players from the local league. Each All-Star team must have at least one player from each of the league's teams. The remaining players on the team will be determined by the final league standings. No one team is allowed to have more than five players on a league's All-Star team.
The Captain of the regular season league champion will be that league's All-Star Captain.
For the detailed All-Star team selection process, please view the Frequently Asked Questions.
PGA Jr. League is a fun, social and inclusive opportunity for boys and girls, ages 13 and under, to learn and enjoy the game of golf from PGA and LPGA Professionals. Like many other recreational youth sports, participants wear numbered jerseys and play on teams with friends.
Play on teams with friends, wear numbered jerseys and compete utilizing a popular scramble format.
Learn together from PGA and LPGA Professionals in a welcoming environment for both friends and family.
Open to boys and girls,
ages 13 and under,
of all abilities and backgrounds.
PGA Jr. League is bringing youth, families, and golf communities together like never before.
I think, especially for young people, bringing them together in a team concept like PGA Jr. League and making them feel part of one goal or one purpose is incredibly valuable. They have the chance to accomplish something great together.
– Rory McIlroy