First Team All-Midwest
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Golfweek's Junior Tour is open to any junior golfer age 9-19*. Age divisions will be determined by the player’s birth year. For example, any player born in 1992 will compete in the 16-19 age division. Our age divisions are broken down as follows:
Our primary goal is to promote juniors who are determined to grow their competitive edge, build character, display sportsmanship, and gain confidence in golf and in life. The staff strives to make each tournament a memorable experience for every player.
All tournaments conducted by the Golfweek's Junior Tour are conducted under the USGA Rules of Golf and the Golfweek's Junior Tour Local Rules as listed below. At each tournament there is usually an additional set of rules known as the Local Rules Addendum that take into consideration the circumstances and condition of that particular golf course. All GJT tournament players are urged to become familiar with the Golfweek's Junior Tour Local Rules and Conditions of the Competition. Please print out a copy and keep it in your golf bag for easy reference.
Frequently Asked Questions
Golfweek's Junior Tour is open to any junior golfer age 9-19*. Age divisions will be determined by the player’s birth year. For example, any player born in 1993 will compete in the 15-18 age division. Our age divisions are broken down as follows:
We realize how exciting and nerve-racking competitive sports can be for players, as well as family and friends. We encourage all spectators to support their players by coming to watch our events. We, the staff of the Golfweek's Junior Tour, work solely for the players. Our belief is that our players will gain more independence, confidence and integrity from handling all aspects of competition themselves. This will help to enhance their experiences on and off of the golf course. We would appreciate if you would respect this.
A summary of some principal Rules of Golf. In case of doubt, refer to the complete Rules published by the United States Golf Association and R & A Rules Limited. The numbers in parentheses indicate the applicable Rules numbers.