PGA and LPGA Members exclusively serve as Captains of PGA Jr. League teams, as they are uniquely positioned to create a safe, welcoming and inclusive environment for all kids to enjoy the game of golf. Watch this short video to learn more about what it takes to become a Captain.
Captains must be PGA Members, PGA Associates or LPGA Members in good standing to register.
New this year, registered Captains and Coaches will have access to our Captain Resource Center housed here on PGAJrLeague.com – your one-stop-shop for everything you need to successfully plan and run your season.
You must be a past or current registered Captain or Coach to access the Captain Resource Center.
The PGA of America is proud of its commitment to the safety of children involved in our programs and being a leader in these efforts. In compliance with the Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017, every adult involved in PGA Jr. League – including Captains, Coaches and other volunteers – must comply with the abuse awareness training and reporting requirements. This includes 90-minutes of training upon completion of registration.
Watch PGA Jr. League Captain Brian Camfield, PGA, of The Country Club of Virginia, describe a PGA Jr. League moment that solidified his passion for the program.