About PGA Jr. League
The PGA Jr. League program kicked off in 2011 and features a unique team format that is perfect for young golfers. The PGA Jr. League is designed to better socialize the game for boys and girls, ages 13 and under. Captained by PGA Professionals, PGA Jr. League features team vs. team competitions in structured leagues that provide a popular, less stressful scramble format as opposed to stroke-play competition.
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Colorado PGA Jr. League
The Colorado PGA and it's 817 PGA and LPGA Members and Apprentices are proud to once again bring you PGA Jr. League this year!
In 2016, the Colorado PGA Section had:
- 106 PGA Jr. League Teams throughout Colorado
- 83 Participating Facilities
In 2017, the Colorado PGA Section had:
- 132 PGA Jr. League Teams throughout Colorado
- 92 Participating Facilities
- A new 16u division to serve a larger age demographic!
In 2018, the Colorado PGA Section had:
- 157 PGA Jr. League Teams throughout Colorado
- 87 Participating Facilities
- 1800+ PGA Jr. League Players!
To find a PGA Jr. League host facility near you, go to pgajrleague.com
and search by your zip code!
Three Time major champion Rory McIlroy was named a PGA Jr. League Ambassador in 2014.
"I think, especially for young people, bringing them together in a team concept like PGA Jr. League and making them feel part of one goal or one purpose is incredibly valuable. They have a chance to accomplish something great together."
LPGA star Lexi Thompson was named an ambassador for PGA Jr. League in January 2016.
"I was so lucky to grow up playing golf surrounded by great mentors. Now, I want to help grow the game for the next generation of golfers, helping provide them with all the opportunities I had."
Rickie Fowler - one of the game's most recognizable stars with notable popularity among a younger generation of golfers - was named a PGA Jr. League ambassador in 2015.
"PGA Junior League Golf respresents the future of our game. I'm excited about its growth, and by joining forces with Rory and Michelle as Ambassadors, we have an opporutnity to help introduce the game to the next generation of golfers."
The 2014 US Women's Open Champion, was named an ambassador for PGA Jr. League in 2015.
"It's only natural that a fun team concept like PGA Junior League Golf has taken hold in just a few years. For generations, boys and girls have grown up in team sports. To see how they can come together and learn golf through this program is most encouraging in shaping golf's future."
The Golden State Warriors All-Star and Two-Time NBA MVP, was named an ambassador for PGA Jr. League in 2018.
“There’s no better enjoyment than playing for a team and playing with a team,” Curry said. “You have that sense of accountability, that sense of fun, you’re meeting new people from all different walks of life and going towards one common goal. That’s what you can find when it comes to PGA Jr. League!”
The Olympic Gold Medalist and FIFA Women's World Cup Champion, was named an ambassador for PGA Jr. League in 2018.
“I know that as a little girl, I always wanted to be a part of a team and feel encouraged by my teammates and coaches,” Morgan said. “Being a part of PGA Jr. League gives girls and boys the opportunity to do what they love and be part of a team.”