The Bridgestone Junior Golf Tour provides pro instruction for juniors of all ages and skill levels, and is committed to competitive tournaments to support serious players.
Yes. The Bridgestone Junior Golf Tour is a great way to try out the sport and find out if golf is right for you.
Thanks to PGA rankings and online access, you don’t need to play in front of a college recruiter to be considered for college scholarships and team membership. Your Bridgestone Junior Golf scores and results are available online, giving you access to recruiters from across the nation. Our PGA pro and tour staff can help you navigate the college recruitment process.
You may play in as many or as few tournaments as you like, and as fits in to your schedule. Regardless of tournament play, each player must join the tour. After joining, be sure to register for the individual events you’d like to play.
Specific tee times for each player are posted at least two days prior to each tournament. Check the Tour Schedule for details.
Most of our tournaments play a “double par” maximum. For example, on a Par 4 hole, the maximum score would be an eight.
Nine-hole events may be played using a modified Stableford scoring method.
Your age group depends on your age on the day of each tournament. So, if you begin the season in the 11-and-under group, but then turn 12 during the season, you will play with the 12-to-14 group in each tournament after your birthday.
Range balls are not provided at most events. Please plan to pay for range balls when you arrive at the event.
The Bridgestone Junior Golf Tour will update social media if events are rained out, but we encourage players to contact the course directly for up-to-the-minute cancellations.