Junior Golf: Enter Summer Events Now

In this Monday Mulligan we’re going to get some structure to your daughter’s summer. Now is the time to enter these tournaments.img_0135

A lot can be accomplished in summer golf. Your girl can make new golf buddies, play against new competitors and spend a ton of time practicing and have an improved golf game when schools starts back up. (photo jennleforge.com)

In the world of amazing, Starburst, the world’s biggest junior golf tournament, still, as of April 30, 2016, has spots open in every division. This is special! Dad and Mom please go to starburstgolf.com and take a look. This is a 1 of a kind scenario with over 1,000 total entries. 3 different courses over 3 days, free evening meals for 2 nights and an environment that is unmatched, not even close, anywhere else in the junior golf world! Your daughter is old enough, entries for girls and boys start at 7 years old. Enter and go, you’ll be glad you did!

In the less vacation-type summer tournaments, it’s time to look at all the events that are at a convenient distance. 1st is city, county or state junior championships. Next go to your state PGA site and look at their junior programs. Texas, for instance, is divided into north and south PGA zones. Central and South Texas is covered by stpga.com and north Texas is ntpga.com. There are plenty of junior opportunities through the PGA junior programs. (photo hjgt.org)image

Next on the list would be the elite tournaments for the more highly-skilled juniors. Here in Texas we have the Legends Junior Tour, the Texas Junior Golf Tour and a few American Junior Golf Tour dates. The Future Champions Tour is in California, Hurricane Junior Tour runs tournaments in 32 states and the Dixie PGA Junior Tour is in Southern Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. Folks, there is junior golf available almost everywhere in this country so get online and start looking. You will find more than you originally were expecting.

See you on #1 tee looking ready for summer golf… Sam

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