At the Play to compete level, junior golfers are establishing and implementing programs to ensure the technical, tactical and supporting ancillary skills of the individual player are improved to meet current and future competitive expectations.
Junior golf programs providing competitive experiences in Southern Ohio:
The SOPGA Players Tour is the competitive junior golf experience for young golfers ages 13-19 throughout the Southern Ohio PGA Section. The Players Tour includes two age divisions – 13-15 and 16-19 – in addition to an overall competition at each event. SOPGA Players Tour events are 36-hole competitions played in two days and take place at facilities throughout Cincinnati, Columbus and the Miami Valley.
To become a SOPGA Players Tour Member, click here.
The Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) was established in 1907 to serve its member schools and enrich the interscholastic opportunities for student-athletes. OHSAA oversees the administration of high school sports teams throughout the state of Ohio, including boys and girls golf. The OHSAA golf season runs from the beginning of August through the end of October.
For more information on OHSAA Golf, click here.
The GolfWeek Junior Tour provides the next step for junior golfers interested in competing at the collegiate level. With 36-hole events beginning in March and running through October in five midwestern states, the GolfWeek Junior Tour provides junior golfers with the opportunity to qualify for various national tournament exemptions.
For more information on the GolfWeek Junior Tour, click here.
The COGA Tour, powered by the Central Ohio Golf Academy, provides junior golfers with the direction to play their best golf under pressure. Since 2008, The COGA Tour has operated five outstanding events each year between the months of June and July for junior golfers to test their games at local golf courses in the Columbus area.
For more information on The COGA Tour, click here.