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Captain Registration Checklist

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You can walk through this checklist with your Regional League Manager and Section support staff. CLICK HERE to find their contact information.

1. Login To Your Account

Please follow this link to ‘LOGIN

TIP: Forgot your username or password? Select ‘Forgot Password’ to reset. Your username is typically your email address.

2. Establish Your Program Fee

Consider your price per experience. CLICK HERE to download a one-sheet PDF on our breakdown of pricing recommendations.

EXAMPLE
15 in-season experiences (practices & matches) x $20.00 per experience + $75 PGA REACH fee = $375 TOTAL PROGRAM FEE

3. Determine How You'll Collect Your Program Fee

All players must register online, but there are two ways you can collect your program fee (please note there is a 2.5% processing fee payable by the parent upon registering):

1. Players pay the total program fee online (recommend). Once your registration is complete, PGA of America will disburse your funds, minus the $75 PGA REACH League Fee per player. For a quicker payment process, we highly encourage Captains to utilize the Direct Deposit method. The form can be completed and submitted during Captain registration.

2. Players only pay the $75 PGA REACH League Fee online and you are responsible for collecting the remaining program fee offline.

4. Choose Your Age Divisions & Format

Do you have kids aging out of PGA Jr. League who would still love to participate in your program? 17u is your solution! It’s the same great format, but you only need a minimum of four players to form a team.

5. Establish Your Registration Type

Offering Open Registration allows anyone to register for your team, and you’ll also benefit from the increased national marketing efforts around PGA Jr. League in 2020. If you choose an Access Code Only Registration, you’ll need to create and provide a PRIVATE TEAM ACCESS CODE to your customers.

TIP: Facility type (public, semi-private, private, etc.) does not necessarily determine registration type. Private facilities may consider opening their registration to entice new members.

6. Next Steps

Reach out to your Regional League Manager! Your RLM and Section staff will work with you to finalize your league, establish a schedule that can be communicated early to parents, and set league guidelines.

Once you've registered, be sure to check out the Captain Resource Center on PGAJrLeague.com under the Captains tab. There you'll find great resources like the Maximizing PGA Jr. League Toolkit, Marketing ToolkitLeague Toolkit, and much more to help you run a successful season.