Junior golf is an essential part of the Florida State Golf Association. For that reason, the FSGA conducts the Florida Junior Tour (FJT), several state Championships, and serves as the umbrella organization for more than 100 junior golf programs in Florida. To find a local program, please click on a section to the right.
- Florida Junior Tour
- Boys' Junior Championship (13-18 age division)
- Girls' Junior Championship (13-18 age division)
- Futures Championship (9-12 age division)
- Junior Team Championship
- Junior Match Play Championship (13-18 age division)
- Junior Florida Cup (Invitational)
- Parent-Child Championship
Florida Junior Tour
The FSGA launched the Florida Junior Tour in 2004 to benefit junior golfers throughout the state. Each year, the FJT organizes and conducts more than 40 high-quality, affordable competitions throughout Florida for boys and girls aged 9-18 years old.
All of the FJT tournaments are nationally ranked and the winners from each tournament earn exemptions into the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA).
The FJT is a favorite among college coaches. Nearly all college coaches use the website as a recruiting tool and many of them regularly attend FJT tournaments and are in contact with our staff.
A very high percentage of FJT players move on to play collegiate golf with many of them receiving a college golf scholarship. Some of our former players include: Brooks Koepka (PGA Tour; Major Champion), Daniel Berger (PGA Tour), Vicky Hurst (LPGA), Lexi Thompson (LPGA), Bud Cauley (PGA Tour), Bobby Gates (PGA Tour), Blayne Barber (PGA Tour), Sam Horsfield (European Tour), Lindy Duncan (Curtis Cup), Erica Popson (Curtis Cup), and Ben An (US Amateur Champion).
Click here for more information on the Florida Junior Tour
Future of Golf Foundation
The FSGA funds the Future of Golf Foundation to provide college scholarships to junior golfers and employees of member clubs and their dependents. The Foundation also assists junior golfers with travel expenses to national championships. Each year the Foundation awards more than $90,000 in scholarships and grants. Click here to find out more on the Future of Golf Foundation.