The PGA of America is one of the world’s largest sports organizations, composed of nearly 28,000 PGA Professionals who daily work to grow interest and inclusion in the game of golf.
PGA Jr. League is the flagship youth pillar program of the PGA of America’s 501(c)(3) foundation, PGA REACH, with the goal of making the program accessible to all interested kids in the United States and around the world.
In addition to its youth pillar, PGA REACH focuses on serving Military and Diversity/Inclusion pillars. PGA REACH is committed to positively impacting lives through golf.
The Drive, Chip and Putt Championship is a free skills competition, open to boys and girls ages 7 - 15, of any ability. Local qualifying is conducted throughout May, June & July. The 80 finalists will compete in the National Finals held at Augusta National Golf Club on the eve of the following year's Masters.
PGA Junior Golf Camps are golf enrichment programs designed exclusively for the development of the junior golfer. Camps welcome boys and girls of all athletic abilities, golf experience, and competitive desire.
The PGA Golf Management University Program is a four to five year structured educational program designed for aspiring PGA Professionals. The college curriculum is accredited by the PGA of America and includes extensive classroom studies, internship experience and player development providing students the opportunity to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for success in the golf industry.
The National High School Golf Association is an initiative dedicated to the overall growth and development of high school golfers across the United States. The NHSGA runs tournaments and provides education to help high school golfers, their coaches, and parents succeed.
The National Collegiate Club Golf Association is dedicated to ensuring every student can play golf in college. NCCGA runs co-ed, weekend golf tournaments throughout the spring and fall open to every college student at any school.