The PJGT was created eight years ago to give new junior golfers the opportunity to learn how to play the game of golf in a fun controlled environment. Offering boys and girls ages 7 to 14, the opportunity to play competitive golf with players of the same skill level. Players are placed on a 4 person team by A-B-C-D skill levels and play players in their particular age division in a round robin tournament format. Points are accrued through out the season, with the winning teams earning awards at seasons end. The program is open to all beginner youth golfers, who want to hone their skills before taking the next step up to the individual levels of competition. The PJGT helps prepare players by teaching them the rules of golf, the etiquette of the game, as well as the principles of team work. All tournaments are directed under the supervision of PGA golf professionals. Cost for the upcoming spring season is $350.00 per player and includes a team hat, shirt, tournament fees and awards at the season end awards ceremony.


  1. When and where will play begin?
    A. The 2018 spring season will begin taking paid registrations on January 22, 2018 with the deadline to register set for March 4th or the first 32 paid players. The evaluation days for team placement will be held on March 7th from 6:00pm to 7:00pm & March 10th from 10:00pm to 11:00pm at the Ridgeview Ranch Golf Club in Plano. Tournaments are scheduled to start Sunday, March 18th. Please check the calendar for tournament dates and locations. Contact Bryan at (214) 799-3029 if you can not make the evaluation dates and times.
  2. How much does the Spring season tour cost?
    A. The registration fee for the 2018 spring season is $350.00 per player. The registration fee covers the entire spring season (8 tournaments) including a team shirt, cap, tournament fees and the awards banquet. The registration fee does not include range balls or gallery carts on days of the tournaments.
  3. What about age groups and divisions?
    A. The 2018 spring season will be open to players ages 7 to 14. How many different age divisions we have will be dependant on the number of entrants. In case of only one division players will play from their respective tees based on their age.
  4. How do teams compete?
    A. Teams compete against other teams in their division using three different tournament formats (best ball, scramble, and alternate shot)
  5. How are the Teams chosen?
    A. A player registers for the PJGT and then must come to a scheduled "Skill Assessment" event. Players that have played in our tournaments before or who are currently attending one of our junior golf development programs DO NOT need to attend a "Skill Assessment" event. Check the calendar page for dates and locations. Each player is evaluated on their particular skill level in swing, putting, chipping, rules and etiquette. Each player is then given an overall ability rating and placed on a team appropriately. Each team of four players will be evenly skilled with other teams, with each team containing an A,B,C,D level player. Please see below if a child is not ready to play on a team this season.
  6. 6. What if my child isn't ready to play in the tour?
    A. There are many options available for children to continue their growth in golf including the Premier Junior Golf Learning Centers, Junior Golf Camps, private or group instruction programs located throughout the North Texas area. We are determined that all kids who want to play golf get the opportunity to play or be involved in a junior golf development program. For more information please give us a call.
  7. Can I/we sponsor a team?
    A. Yes! We have many opportunities for anyone who wishes to help with the tour sponsorships. Please call Bryan Ham at (214) 799-3029 or Shannon Cox at (214) 886-2316 for more sponsorship information.

CLICK HERE to print and mail the 2018 spring Tour Registration Form

CLICK HERE to register online



"The premier junior golf tour is a great experience for the beginner golfer, the kids and parents learn rules and etiquette and it's just fun competition for kids that are starting out".
Jason Boslow

"The Premier Junior Golf Academy has been great for our son. The coaches are fantastic and really have the kid's best interest at heart. Whether your child is a beginner or advanced, there is a program to fit your needs"
Sam Montalbano

"The junior golf tour tournaments are a great way to introduce the beginning golfer and parents to tournaments. They are "no pressure" environments that are fun for the kids and easy for the parents to understand. My son has a great time at these events and constantly looks forward to the next one"
Brent Markham