At the Train to Compete stage the game begins to transition from fundamental development to competition. Golfers begin to commit to training throughout the year with a potential end goal (college) in mind. This developmental stage is a testing ground for junior golfers to decide if they want to fully commit to competition.
Golf schools and academies represent extended learning and training programs that are offered throught the year and include elements of nutrition, sport specific fitness, integration of technology, and club fitting into coaching. At this stage of development, a more intensive, competitive, and committed relationship to the game is nurtured through golf schools and academies. The JGAC continues to collect and provide information on these opportuniteis to Train to Compete. Learn More
The JGAC Series is designed for the up and coming junior golfer with the goal of introducting players to competitive golf in a structured, yet welcoming format. Players compete in three age brackets (10 & Under, 11-13 and 14-18). Learn More
The Colorado High School Activities Association conducts three state championships for both boys and girls high school golf. These championships are the pinnacle of a high school team's year. Learn More