Junior Golf Association Membership
2016 Membership Registration Open March 14 through June 1 for Connecticut and Western Massachusetts Boys and Girls between the ages of 10 and 18 - $75 Annual Fee
The PGA Junior Golf Association (JGA) was established in 1998. JGA Membership is open to boys and girls between the ages of 10-18 who reside or go to school within the Section boundaries (includes Western Massachusetts, excludes lower Fairfield County). There are no handicap requirements to join the Junior Golf Association, and the annual membership fee is $75. Registration for 2016 membership will open on March 14 and close after June 1.
The Connecticut Section PGA Junior Golf Committee governs and oversees the Junior Golf Association. The Connecticut Section PGA Golf Foundation financially underwrites both the Junior Golf Association and the PGA Junior Golf TOUR. JGA Members are bound by Rules & Regulations pertaining to their participation.
Upon registration, each JGA Member will receive an email informing them of his/her membership acceptance, as well as instructions on how to ACTIVATE their membership. In 2016, there are three (3) requirements that need to be completed before a Junior Golf Association membership is considered ACTIVE. ACTIVE members earn will be eligible for player of the year points, and be permitted to register on time for the 9 and 18-hole PGA Junior Golf TOUR tournaments.
Junior Golf Association members will receive the following:
Table of Contents1 -
2 - Junior Golf Association Membership
3 - Activating Your Membership
4 - PGA Junior Golf TOUR
5 - Ranked Tournaments - Open Registration
6 - Junior Connecticut PGA Championship
8 - PGA Pro-Junior Invitational
9 - Jack Kelly Tournament of Champions
10 - Jack Kelly Junior Golf Sportsmanship Awards
11 - Player of the Year
12 - The Remy Cup Matches
13 - Rules and Regulations
14 - Birdies For Charity
15 - Sanctioned Tournaments
Connecticut Section Loses Remy Cup Title, Falls 16-2 to New England Section
PLYMOUTH, Mass. (September 11, 2016) – For the first time since the inception of the Remy Cup, the Connecticut Section PGA lost the title to the New England Section PGA by a score of 16-2 Saturday at Plymouth Country Club.