Spring Tournaments

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Introduced in 2014, the spring tournaments are designed for juniors who wish to participate in a tournament atmosphere before the Summer Series kicks off in late May. There will be approximately two to four tournaments for each of the main divisions (Beginner, 9-Hole, and 18-Hole) during March through early May. Membership is not required for spring tournaments.

Spring tournaments will be held on weekends.

There are no points awarded for spring tournaments, nor are spring tournaments counted in the required number of events needed to qualify for a Season-Ending Championship. Medals will be awarded to the players finishing in the top 3 of the respective division. Tournament fees vary for each event and division.

Also, for players registering to compete in a spring tournament, rules and orientation seminar requirements are deferred until the start of the Summer Series.

Summer Series Tournaments

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The Summer Series has been the core of the program since its inception. These single-day golf tournaments take place during late May through July when juniors are on summer break from school. Tournaments are scheduled on weekdays at golf courses across the state. Tee times generally run between 7:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. (although this may vary in some cases).

Members may play in as many tournaments as they wish during the Summer Series. Points are awarded to the top 19 finishers in each age group at the 9-Hole and 18-Hole level. These points are averaged at the conclusion of the summer and are a part of the criteria for qualifying for Season-Ending Championships.

In order to participate in any Summer Series tournament, players must be members prior to competing in a tournament. For more information on membership and to register, please click here.

Registration for Summer Series tournaments begins in March for 2017:

  • Standard Membership levels will be able to register on March 15.
  • Members that have played Atlanta Junior Golf since 2014 will be able to register on March 15.
  • Members that have played Atlanta Junior Golf since 2015 will be able to register on March 16.
  • Members that have played Atlanta Junior Golf since 2016 will be able to register on March 17.
  • New members that are registered to play Georgia Junior Golf for the first time in 2017 will be able to register on March 22.

Members are also required to complete the rules education program prior to competing in a Summer Series tournament. Players must pass the appropriate rules quiz and attend an orientation or rules seminar (if required to do so).

Tournament fees for Atlanta Junior Golf Tour events are as follows:
  • $15 for Beginner Tournaments
  • $25 for 9-Hole Tournaments
  • $35 for 18-Hole Tournaments
Tournament fees for all other Tours are as follows:
  • $20 for all divisions

Fall Series Tournaments

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The Fall Series is designed for juniors who wish to hone their skills during the fall months. It consists of approximately three to five events for each of the main divisions (Beginner, 9-Hole, and 18-Hole), and most of the tournaments take place between the beginning of September and the end of November.

All players must be members of Georgia Junior Golf and pass their online rules quiz to participate. Members can register for Fall Series Memberships anytime throughout the year but are only eligible for Fall Series events. The cost of the membership is $50.

Members that are registered for a Standard Membership, Beginner Membership, and Premium Membership will be eligible for the Fall Series without any additional membership fee.

Fall Series Player of the Year points are earned for each event in which a junior participates. Points are doubled for the Fall Series Championship. Tournament fees vary for each event and division.

MAADA Tour Series Tournaments

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The MAADA Tour Series is a multi-day tournament schedule for players that are ready to compete in 2-day events. This series is designed to give players the opportunity to receive national recognition.

Membership is not required for players playing in MAADA Tour Series tournaments, and players participating in the MAADA Tour Series are not required to pass the rules education program.

Tournaments fees are as follows:

  • $150 for GJG members
  • $175 for non-GJG members

Players may play in as many tournaments as they wish during the MAADA Tour Series. Points are awarded in each age group to see who will be the MAADA Tour Player of the Year.

Parent & Junior Series Tournaments

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The Parent & Junior Series tournaments are designed to allow junior golfers the opportunity to play a tournament with the senior (description of senior player below) of their choice. Tournaments are alternate shot format.

Juniors are players that have not yet reached 19 years of age of June 1 of the current year. Parents are players that are 19 years of age or older as of June 1 of the current year and are not eligible to be members of Georgia Junior Golf. Membership is not required for players playing in Parent/Junior Series tournaments.

Tournament fees are as follows:

  • $125 for GJG members (junior must be a member)
  • $150 for non-GJG members

Players may play in as many tournaments as they wish during the Parent & Junior Series. Junior golfers are not required to play with the same senior for each event.

Skills Challenge Series

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This is a drive, chip, and putt competition designed to get juniors involved in a fun and encouraging golf atmosphere. No matter your skill level or age, there is fun to be had by all participating!

Each player will go through the three separate stations and accumulate points based on their performance at that particular event. Your accumulating point total for the series will be based on where you finish at each individual event. The point table for each Skills Challenge Series event is below.

Skills Challenge Series Point Table

  • 1st: 100
  • 2nd: 90
  • 3rd: 80
  • 4th: 70
  • 5th: 60
  • 6th: 50
  • 7th: 40
  • 8th: 30
  • 9th: 20
  • 10th: 10
  • 11th: 9
  • 12th: 8
  • 13th: 7
  • 14th: 6
  • 15th: 5
  • 16th: 4
  • 17th: 3
  • 18th: 2
  • 19th: 1
  • < 20th: 0

The top ten players in each division with the most points accumulated at the end of the season will advance to the Skills Challenge Championship.

Age requirements: Players must be between the ages of 5-13 years old as of September 24, 2017.

Age divisions:
  • Boys 5-7
  • Boys 8-10
  • Boys 11-13
  • Girls 5-7
  • Girls 8-10
  • Girls 11-13

Skills Challenge: Putting

Each player gets two putts from five feet and two putts from eight feet, for a total of four putts. The point system is as follows:

  • 2 points for each putt outside the 18-inch radius
  • 5 points for putt within the 18-inch radius
  • 10 points for each putt made

Skills Challenge: Chipping

Each players gets four chips with the best three scored. Points are awarded for proximity to the hole:

  • 2 points for all chips outside of circles
  • 5 points for chips inside 6-foot diameter
  • 10 points for chips inside 3-foot diameter
  • 15 points for a chip in

Skills Challenge: Driving

Each players get three drives and the best two will be scored. The drive must be in the fairway to receive more than five points. The point system is as follows:

Boys 5-7, Boys 8-10, Girls 5-7, Girls 8-10
  • Ball hit anywhere = 5 points
  • < 50 yards = 8 points
  • 51-75 yard = 10 points
  • 76-100 yards = 13 points
  • 101-125 yards = 16 points
  • 126-150 yards = 19 points
  • > 151 yards = 25 points
Boys & Girls 11-13
  • Ball hit anywhere = 5 points
  • < 125 yards = 8 points
  • 126-150 yards = 10 points
  • 151-175 yards = 13 points
  • 176-200 yards = 16 points
  • 201-225 yards = 19 points
  • > 226 yards = 25 points