All regular season tournaments are stroke play and are conducted in accordance with the USGA Rules of Golf, the rules and regulations of the Met PGA Junior Tour, and the host clubs. The Junior Tour will permit the use of rangefinders, however, caddies are NOT allowed at events. Players are eligible to use push carts at all Junior Tour events, course and weather permitting.
* Please note - Players must select a division to play in the entire year and may not switch divisions*
Future Series tournaments are two day 36 Hole events that take place throughout the spring, summer, and fall. There will be select 18-Hole Tournaments available for players in the Future Series as well. There is one overall age division for both Boys 12-18 and Girls 12-18. In order to participate boys must have a Handicap Index of 10 or below (scoring average of 82 or below) and girls must have a Handicap Index of 15 or below (scoring average of 90 or below). Some championship events will have a cut after the first day. There are no caddies permitted. Spectators will not be permitted until further notice. There is a Player of the Year race for both boys and girls. The Future Series is not separated by region. As a member of the Future Series Tour you are eligible to play in any Future Series Tournament event regardless of residence. All Future Series events will be ranked nationally by Junior Golf Scoreboard and Global Junior Golf Rankings. Top finishers at select events will earn AJGA PBE stars.
The Players Tour consists of one day 18 Hole tournaments throughout the summer. There are separate divisions for Boys ages 12-14 and 15-18, and Girls ages 12-18. No caddies or spectators permitted. There is a Player of the Year race in each division for both boys and girls. As a member of the Players Tour you are eligible to play in any Players Tour event regardless of residence.
The 9 Hole Tour consists of one day 9 Hole tournaments throughout the summer. There are separate divisions for the following age divisions: Boys 10-13; Girls 10-13 and 14-18. This tour is meant to be a vehicle for new players to develop their games and experience an introduction to competitive golf. Suggested scoring average for the 9 Hole Divisions is 55 and above for 9 holes. As a member of the 9 Hole Tour you are eligible to play in any 9 Hole Tour event regardless of residence. Pull carts may be used where permitted. You will be notified via email of any courses that do not allow pull carts. There is a double par maximum on every hole and is no Player of the Year race. No spectators are permitted and we no longer require chaperones.