PGA Junior Series
Nationally recognized by both the Golfweek Sagarin Points System and Junior Golf Scoreboard, the PGA Junior Series debuted in the summer of 1996. The program has attracted boys and girls representing 50 states, the District of Columbia, 24 countries/territories and six continents. The PGA Junior Series provides affordable and competitive playing opportunities for boys’ and girls’ between the ages of 13-18. Some top players have received full-to-partial golf scholarships to NCAA colleges and universities.
The 2012 PGA Junior Series will celebrate its 17th consecutive year of providing affordable and competitive golf for juniors ages 13-18, featuring eight 54-hole (three-day) and one 36-hole (two-day) competitions, as well as the 72-hole flagship event, the 35th Junior PGA Championship at Sycamore Hills Golf Club in Fort Wayne, Ind., July 31-Aug. 3. The first nine events will serve as Junior PGA Championship qualifiers.
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