PGA Junior League

PGA Junior league is a unique opportunity for junior golfers to experience a team environment in golf. PGA Jr. League brings family and friends together around fun, team golf experiences with expert coaching from PGA professionals. PGA Jr. League is the core component of the PGA REACH program, with the goal of making the program accessible to all interested kids in the United States and around the world. As such, the program focuses on fun, recreation, good health and sportsmanship.

PGA Jr. League is recreational and developmental in nature. This unique approach highlights team play versus individual competition and serves as a feeder system to transition youth golfers to existing junior golf programs such as Operation 36, where the focus is more on the individual golfer. PGA Jr. League began in 2011, with teams competing in Atlanta, Tampa, Dallas, and San Diego. The inaugural PGA Jr. League "World Series" was held in September of the same year at TPC Sugarloaf in Duluth, Ga. The first-ever PGA Jr. League National Championship was held in 2012 at Cog Hill Golf & Country Club among six Regional Champions.  Since its inception, participation in PGA Jr. League has skyrocketed, with 42,000 youth participants competing on 3,400 teams in 2017.