Lancaster County Junior Golf Tour

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The Number 1 resource for college golf since 1989. Now online and interactive with Golfstat, the official scoring program for college golf. Endorsed by college coaches, Golfstat shows students and parents the difference between junior and college tournament scores.
The USGA Rules of Golf Home is the definitive source for information about the Rules of Golf. You will find the official Rules of Golf here. The site contains videos to help you learn the rules. There are sources for rules clarifications and changes. You can find rules publications, workshops, education and other resources from this central source. 
Providing a fun and invaluable opportunity to get out and play, the Junior Golf Program leads the region in competitive Junior golf. The Philadelphia Section's Junior Tour membership consists of golfers 18 years of age and younger. These young golfers represent all geographic areas of the Philadelphia Section. The Philadelphia Section Junior Tour conducts over 90 events seasonally at top facilities. All are enjoyable family friendly events. Players have a wide range in age, ability and experience, therefore the program is specialized accordingly. The program offers the best in competition and tournament experience for members in the area.  Tournaments vary from competitive, 1-day, 18 hole and 9 hole events along with 2-day, 36-hole events for nationally rankings by the Junior Golf Scoreboard and AJGA (PBE Status).
The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour (HJGT) was founded in 2007 with the intention of providing junior golfers between the ages of 8-18 an opportunity to play exceptional courses in a competitive environment. The tour's vision is to provide superb hospitality and make every event a memorable one. With play open to both males and females, nearly every junior golfer is eligible to participate on the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour. Currently the HJGT is the largest junior golf tour in the United States, hosting more 2-day nationally-ranked events than any other tour. 
A nonprofit organization dedicated to the overall growth and development of young men and women who aspire to earn college golf scholarships through competitive junior golf. More than 300 AJGA alumni play on the PGA and LPGA Tours and have earned more than 830 Tour victories.
Founded in 2017, Buckeye Junior Golf Tour, or BJGT, is a regional junior golf tour for juniors between the ages of 10-19. Headquartered in Dayton, Ohio we have 25 Junior Golf Scoreboard (JGS) ranked junior golf tournaments scheduled in Ohio, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Indiana for the 2018 season. All of our tournament are 2-day, 36 hole JGS Ranked Events. We play at some of the best courses in the region and have an open membership policy to anyone between the ages of 10-19 that is interested in joining our tour. Along with our competitive pricing, these benefits help make BJGT one of the premier junior golf tours in the nation!
The Peggy Kirk Bell Girls’ Golf Tour is a non-profit organization aimed at increasing quality and appropriate competitive playing opportunities for junior girls' golfers. Based in Greensboro, North Carolina, the PKBGT offers low cost, nationally ranked girls’ golf tournaments designed to prepare junior girls’ golfers for high school and collegiate golf. The PKBGT is the nation’s largest “girls’ only” junior tour with over 700 members in 2019. Our multi-day events regularly feature 60-90 girls. The PKBGT offers over 75 tournaments yearly and include 9, 18, 36 and 54 hole events. Events offer different levels of play for juniors age 9 - 19. 
The Notah Begay III Jr Golf National Championship Series (NB3 JGNC) is a 2-stage qualifying process culminating in a 54-Hole National Championship that will air on Golf Channel during a 2-hour broadcast that airs in December each year.  Players from across the world will come together in Kinder, LA at the beautiful Koasati Pines Golf Club at Coushatta Resort to compete against one another on a National Stage. 
The Pennsylvania Golf Association (PAGA) is the authoritative body of amateur golf in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. In that role, PAGA promotes growth, preserves traditions and protects the integrity of the game, in accordance with the rules adopted by the United States Golf Association. To fulfill its purpose, the PAGA conducts state championships and offers other relevant services to its members and the golfing community regarding common concerns, and assists them in promoting, perpetuating and enjoying the game. PAGA merged with the Pennsylvania State Women's Golf Association and conducts first rate championship events for men, women and junior golfers throughout the state. 
The Lancaster County Golf Association (LANCO) membership consists of the 13 eighteen (18) hole regulation golf courses located within Lancaster County. "The mission of the Lancaster County Golf Association is to service the best interest of all golfers residing in Lancaster County: Amateurs and Professionals.
The Association was formed and exists for the purpose of encouraging friendly competition among the women golfers in Lancaster County, PA. The Association is represented by 12 golf clubs in Lancaster County and holds five tournaments each year.
The Harrisburg District Golf Association (HDGA) has 20 member clubs in Dauphin, Cumberland, Franklin and Lebanon Counties. HDGA promotes golf in the local area and is a clearinghouse for the area's premier golf championships. All golfers residing or maintaining a legitimate handicap with facilities located in these counties will be permitted to participate in HDGA sanctioned events.
The Berks County Golf Association has 8 full member clubs and 9 associate member clubs in Berks and nearby counties. BCGA runs tournaments each year for amateur, junior, and senior members.
Known as the GAP, the Golf Association of Philadelphia is the oldest regional Golf Association in the United States. Its 129 member clubs are spread across Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland.
Founded in 1897, we are oldest women's golf association in the United States. Today, we have 95 member clubs and 2000 individual members who have the opportunity to play in Team Matches, Open Days and more than 30 scheduled events.
Founded in 1894, the USGA promotes and conserves the true spirit of the game of golf as embodied in its ancient and honorable traditions. It acts in the best interest of the game for the continued enjoyment of those who love & play it.