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Overview

The Nebraska Golf Association offers an array of programs for junior golfers. In most cases, we define a junior golfer as anyone that hasn't yet reached September 1 following graduation from secondary school so really an individual is labeled a junior through the summer following graduation from high school. Listed below are programs the NGA offers:

COMPETITIONS

State Championships
The NGA offers a pair of junior championships for both boys and girls. They include a match play championship and stroke play championship for both genders. The match play events are conducted in June, the stroke play events are generally conducted in July. These competitions are the state's premier tournaments for junior golfers ultimately identifying Nebraska's best junior players. Although there's no minimum age to participate applicants should be prepared to compete at a high level. Please link to the junior competitions tab along the left for complete details.

Little Junior Amateur
The Little Junior Amateur is a NGA competition reserved for boys and girls ages 6-12. This family oriented event introduces youngsters to the NGA competitive experience through both a Sunday parent-child tournament and a Monday 9-hole championship that flights competitors by both age and gender (6-8, 9-10 and 11-12). Also included in the entry is a Sunday evening skills contest and player's pizza party along with Monday lunch following golf. Youngsters are treated to a competition unlike any other with all the trappings of an NGA championship including permision to use caddies. Please link to the junior competitions tab along the left for complete details.

USGA Junior Championships
The NGA conducts a pair of junior sectional qualifiers for USGA national championships. The top finishers in each qualify to participate in the nation's top junior competition. Both qualifiers are 18 holes as of 2017. Please link to the junior competitions tab along the left for further information.

Kansas-Nebraska Junior Cup Matches
The Junior Cup Matches pit the top eight junior male golfers from Kansas and Nebraska against each other in a team match play format. The competition begins with Foursomes and Four-Ball matches and concludes with eight singles matches. Similar to the Ryder Cup, each match is worth one point. Please link to the select team events tab along the left for complete details.

Fall Junior Series
The NGA conducts a Fall Junior Series giving young male golfers the opportunity to build their golfing resume by competing in four seperate 18-hole competitions. Each event is scheduled on a Saturday and the number of entries is limited to 45 golfers. Entrants may choose to compete as part of a team or as an indivudal. Post-series recognition includes a 5-person FJS All-Star Team and honor to the top Team. Please link to the junior competitions tab along the left for complete details.

NEBRASKA JUNIOR GOLF TOUR

The NGA teams with the Nebraska PGA Section to present the Nebraska Junior Golf Tour (NJGT). The NJGT offers nearly 70 competitive golf events for junior golfers beginning at the age of seven continuing through the summer following a golfer's graduation from high school. The NJGT's competitive calendar includes tournaments for every level of golfer including featured tournaments for the more accomplished player and TeamGolf for younger players. If you're a young golfer in Nebraska the NJGT is a must. Complete information on the Nebraska Junior Golf Tour is available at www.njgt.org.

DRIVE, CHIP & PUTT CHAMPIONSHIP

In an effort to promote interest and participation in the game of golf, the Masters Tournament Foundation, United States Golf Association (USGA) and The PGA of America created the Drive, Chip and Putt Championship, a free, nationwide junior skills competition that will conclude at Augusta National Golf Club each year. Participants in the Drive, Chip and Putt Championship advance through local and regional qualifiers conducted throughout the United States. Competitors will be comprised of boys and girls ages 7-15, and they will compete in separate divisions in four age categories. The regional champions in each of the boys and girls divisions from the four age categories will advance to the finals to be held at Augusta National the Sunday before the Masters Tournament. The Championship finals will be produced and broadcast by Golf Channel. The Nebraska Golf Association and the Nebraska PGA Section will host three local qualifiers. For details link to this informational page on the NJGT web site.

FORE! (offering junior golfers rounds of golf for just $4)

This unique NGA program offers junior golfers the opportunity to play numerous golf courses statewide for just $4. As an extension of junior golf programs that first introduce the game, FORE! is an NGA initiative that creates affodability and accesability for junior golfers to play the game more frequently. In addition to highlighting participating golf courses, the FORE! web site will feature junior rate policies at non-participating courses that already have their own access programs in place. Link to the FORE! tab along the left for complete details.

RULES OF GOLF EDUCATION

For the last 16 years the NGA has offered a series of Rules of Golf seminars for high school golf teams. Regional sessions are staged throughout the state in both March and August. The seminars highlight those rules situations that golfers most likely encounter during stroke play competitions. There's no cost to attend and attendees receive a USGA Rules of Golf booklet. Although focused on high school golf, all junior golfers are welcome. Link here for details on the 2017 educational schedule.

RECOGNITION

The NGA annually recognizes a Junior Golfer of the Year and a Girls Junior Golfer of the Year. In addition, the top 5 boys and girls are named to a NGA Junior All-Star Team. These recognitions are determined by the NGA's junior point standings for both boys and girls. These standings are also used to determine various select teams and NGA junior championship registration priority. To access information on the NGA Junior Point System link here. To view our post-season honors link here.