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||The 2014-2015 season will mark the Plantations Junior Golf Tour's 21st season as the nation's foremost Fall-Winter-Spring junior golf tour. With our first event being held in the fall of 1994, the PJGT is the country's oldest three-season junior golf tour. The PJGT offers boys and girls ages 8-19, the chance to play competitive tournament golf at first-class golf courses. PJGT events are two-day and three-day tournaments with all participants playing 18 holes each day; check the schedule for these events. There are four age divisions for Boys (8-9, 10-11, 12-13, 14-19), and three for Girls (8-10, 11-13, 14-19). With no resume required and no handicap restrictions, the PJGT is the place for junior golfers to showcase their talent and receive the recognition they well deserve. Players of the PJGT receive national exposure through the Junior Golf Scoreboard. In addition, all events will receive provisional AJGA Performance Based Stars and several PJGT events will be Junior World qualifiers.
Running from Labor Day weekend 2014 until Memorial Day weekend 2015, the 2014-2015 season should prove to be our most exciting season yet. Tournament sites include: TPC Sawgrass, Grand Cypress, Pinehurst #2, Cog Hill, The University of Kentucky, Longaberger, Nemecolin, Prairie View and many more! In addition, the Tour will host events at 8 college courses including the Tour Championship at Purdue University.
Membership applications are also now being accepted. The tournament schedule is being finalized and will be found in the Upcoming Tournaments section under the Tournament Info tab.
Join us on Facebook and see all the recaps and photos from the 2013-2014 Season. When you search for it, type Plantations Junior Golf Tour, Inc. or click on the "Visit us on Facebook" link. Feel free to email your tournament photos to email@example.com and we will be glad to include them in the recaps! For all other issues or questions, please address your concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the St. Louis office at 636-779-0176.