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For the 12th consecutive year, the USJGT is the only tour in Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi selected to host a qualifier for the Junior World Golf Championships in San Diego.  Registration is now open.  The event is open to all players regardless of residency.


AJGA awards PBE status to USJGT events

Galloway (April 25-26, 2015)

Boys Champion: 4 stars  Boys Top 5: 1 star

Tour Championship (May 16-17, 2015)

Boys Champion: 4 stars  Boys Top 5: 1 star

Girls Champion: 4 stars  Girls Top 3: 1 star


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The USJGT is home of four Tennessee state individual high school champions and 16 players who played on a state championship team in 2014.

The USJGT produced 17 All-State players in 2014 in Arkansas high school golf.



USJGT Announces Players of the Year

Boys High School - Braden Thornberry (Olive Branch, Miss.)

Girls High School - Abby Heck (Memphis, Tenn.)

Boys Junior High - Wil Gibson (Jonesboro, Ark.)

Girls Middle - Sydney Williams (Paris, Tenn.)

Boys Rising Stars - Eli Maxwell (Memphis, Tenn.)

Girls Rising Stars - Mackenzie Lee (North Little Rock, Ark.)

Boys Future Stars - Cade Jones (Covington, Tenn.)

Director's Award for Sportsmanship - Ally Smith (Clarksville, Tenn.) and Jordan Botwinick (Germantown, Tenn.)


All USJGT events are eligible for AJGA Performance Based Entry status.  Qualifying criteria available under the Tour tab.  Click on AJGA PBE for details!


For instructions on how to register on the new website, please click here.

REMINDER:  Our payment system for tournaments has changed.  Your credit card is now charged at the time of entry.