A number of great opportunities are available for junior golfers locally and regionally in Tennessee. If you would like more information or have questions about any of the activities below email Dori Paschall, TGF Regional Director, Chattanooga Region.
Jack McKenna Junior Golf Day – April 29, 2017
Ages 6&Up. FREE golf clinic for all skill levels.
Held annually at the UTC Player Development Complex and features instruction and activities with the UTC Golf Team’s! All skill levels welcome. Clubs are provided, if needed. Bring ’em if you got ’em!
Tune-Up Workshops – May 2017
Beginner to Advanced
Get ready for summer tournament season, polish-up, or just get into the game. These workshops are designed to help tune-up your game, as well as teach new skills and techniques to elevate your game for success.
Chattanooga Junior Golfers’ Development Program – Summer 2017
(formerly The First Tee of Chattanooga)
Ages 8-18 – New to Advanced
The mission of the CJGDP is to help young people grow their enjoyment of and proficiency in playing golf while encouraging them in balanced personal development.
Junior Skills Camps – June 2017 – Boys & Girls 6+
Beginner to Advanced
Junior Skills Camps are designed to immerse you into golf’s fundamentals for 3 days! Whether you are just beginning to hone your skills, have your eyes on Augusta National for the Drive, Chip, & Putt Championship, or you’re ready to take your game to the next level, skills camp will help get you there.
Drive, Chip, & Putt Championship – FREE to Play!
All skill levels. Ages 7-15.
Check out this video to see what it’s all about!
The DC&P Championship starts locally with hundreds of qualifying sites across the country. Successful qualifiers advance to regional stages with the ultimate goal of finishing at Augusta National Golf Club the Sunday before the 2018 Masters Tournament. Several qualifiers are offered in our region, including June 24, 2017 at the UTC Player Development Complex. LEARN MORE & REGISTER!
PGA Junior League Golf
Ages 7-13. Beginner – Intermediate. Team Scramble
Junior League video – See what its all about!
Team vs team scramble format. A great program to introduce kids to golf. No pressure of individual play.
Click to learn more.
SNEDS TOUR! (formerly TGA Junior Tour)
Ages 4-18 – Beginners to Advanced – Competition – Development
The Sneds Tour exists to foster growth and development of junior golfers of all ages and abilities by providing them with positive experiences through competitive and educational events. Three divisions, Masters, Tour, and Micro. The TGF is thrilled to be partnering with the Brandt and Mandy Snedeker Foundation to offer the best in junior golf development and competition in Tennessee and our bordering counties! Click here to visit snedstour.org.
Chattanooga District Golf Association Junior Tour
Ages 12-18 – All skill levels – Competition – Tournament Experience
Local tour that allows juniors to accumulate points and compete in season ending event at The Honors Course. The goal of the CDGA Junior Tour is to provide Chattanooga area junior golfers the opportunity to gain tournament experience at an affordable price.
Click here to view the CDGA JT website.
Junior Golf Academy Web Page
Ages 10-17 – Beginners to Advanced – Summer Camp – Development
Since 1973, the TN PGA Junior Golf Academy has provided aspiring young golfers with world class instruction provided by many of the nation’s leading PGA golf professionals and NCAA college golf coaches. Over 11,000 young people have been introduced to the game of a lifetime by our dedicated teachers. While many of our graduates have gone on to become top caliber professional and amateur players, countless students have developed a lifelong love and appreciation for the game in a positive, supportive, and fun learning environment. Click the web page link above for more information.
TGA Boys & Girls Junior Amateur Championships
Junior Amateur Web Page
Girls Junior Amateur Web Page
Ages 10-18 – Competition
The Tennessee Golf Association conducts the boys and girls state junior amateur championships annually. Boys must go through local qualifying in order to advance to the championship. The girls junior does not have local qualifying and features two ages divisions, 10-14 and 15-18.