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Why PGA Jr. League?

Playing as a team. Making new friends. Having fun. Competing together. Don't take it from us... take it from players themselves! Watch this short video and learn more.

What does PGA Jr. League stand for?

SafetyCare, and Organization guide the PGA Jr. League experience, and they're what we call The Three Flags.

These quality standards were born out of feedback direct from PGA Jr. League families. PGA and LPGA Professional coaches commit to putting safety first, creating fun experiences that are inclusive of every child as a golfer, and structuring their programs in an organized way that fosters communication.

Who can play PGA Jr. League?

PGA Jr. League is open to both boys and girls, 17 and under, of all skill levels and abilities.

Facilities can elect to offer 13u and/or 17u teams and leagues. In 13u programs, the minimum age is dictated by the facility and the child must be 13-years-old on or before July 31, 2020 (or December 31, 2020 for the Fall Season). Conversely, 17u programs are designed for children 14-years-old to no older than 17-years-old on or before July 31, 2020 (or December 31, 2020 for the Fall Season).

When is PGA Jr. League played?

Please note: Due to COVID-19, Spring/Summer and Fall Seasons are being combined into one to maximize flexibility with scheduling throughout the remainder of the year. The 2020 PGA Jr. League Postseason is also cancelled. For the latest program updates, head to

PGA Jr. League is played all year-long! The program is split into two primary seasons: Summer and Fall.

The PGA Jr. League Postseason is attached to the Summer Season. After participating in the Summer Season, competitive golfers have the opportunity to be selected for their league's All-Star team. The postseason begins in August (late July in some areas), culminating with the PGA Jr. League Championship in October.

How is PGA Jr. League played?

During the course of one PGA Jr. League game, teams play four 9-hole matches in a two-person scramble format, reinforcing the team concept and creating a nurturing environment for learning the game. Coaches can also substitute players every three holes, so that all of the golfers on each team can participate.

Every PGA Jr. League player will receive a new PGA Jr. League Game Guide, which explains the format and rules and includes fun comics and games!

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