Developing more than good golfers, developing good people.

As we all deal with the postponement of the PGA Jr. League, now –  more than ever – we have to think about a future for our children.

The PGA Jr. League runs on a pairs scramble format, making teamwork essential. It’s also an environment filled with positive influences. Role models in the form of team captains. Healthy competition where children learn to win, and to lose, with integrity.

Lessons like this aren’t just good for golf courses, they’re good for families and for society.

There’s off-course fun to be had while children wait for the PGA Jr. League to tee off again. Check out these activities put together by the league’s organizers.

Get involved

If you have a child or relative who you think would benefit from the PGA Jr. League, now’s the perfect time to learn more about it.