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PGA Jr. League allows boys and girls ages 17 and under the opportunity to learn and play golf as a team, all with expert coaching from PGA and LPGA Professionals! Kids wear numbered jerseys and compete in a team scramble format that builds confidence and encourages sportsmanship.

A record of more than 50,000 kids participated on 4,200 teams nationwide in 2018, which is a nearly 20 percent increase from the 42,000 players on 3,400 teams in 2017!

In November 2018, Golden State Warriors All-Star and two-time NBA MVP Steph Curry and Olympic Gold Medalist and FIFA Women’s World Cup Champion Alex Morgan were named the newest PGA Jr. League Ambassadors. They join Ambassadors Rory McIlroy, Michelle Wie, Rickie Fowler and Lexi Thompson, all of whom are committed to growing youth golf.

All players must register online in order to participate in PGA Jr. League.

Register here!

If you are unable to find a team near you, contact your local golf facility and inquire about fielding a team!

Click here to find a team!

Click above to visit the PGA Jr. League website, where you can watch short videos about the program and learn more.

Learn more about PGA Jr. League here!


Play on teams with friends, wear numbered jerseys and compete in a two-person scramble format.


Learn together from PGA and LPGA Professionals in a community-centered environment that engages both friends and family.


Open to boys and girls, ages 17 and under, of all skill levels and backgrounds.