Championship Tour

The South Florida PGA Junior Championship Tour is a series of two-day events at some of South Florida’s premiere facilities. Membership is Invitation Only. Juniors are invited based on the previous year’s Junior Tour scoring average and point standings (refer to exempt and conditional lists below), and current year’s performance prior to session checkpoints.  All Championship Tour events are nationally ranked by Junior Golf Scoreboard. All Championship Tour events are 36 hole events, with a Boys (13-18) and Girls (13-18) division. Boys compete from the Championship tees (6600-7000+ yards), and girls compete from the middle tees (5800-6000+).

Two ways to gain entry to the Championship Tour:

1.       Previous Year’s South Florida PGA Junior Tour Performance:

Boys 14-18 – 79.99 or better scoring average and top 25 in POY points
Girls 14-18 – 84.99 or better scoring average and top 10 in POY points
Boys 12-13 – 79.99 or better scoring average
Girls 12-13 – 79.99 or better scoring average

Boys 14-18 – 80-84.99 scoring average
Girls 14-18 – 85-89.99 scoring average

2.       Current South Florida PGA Junior Tour Performance: After each series, players will be eligible to change status from Junior Challenge Tour member or Championship conditional status to: Junior Challenge Tour member, Championship conditional status, or Championship exempt status.

Spring Series (January 1st -May 31st)
Summer Series (June 1st –August 31st)
Fall Series (September 1st – December 31st)

*Boys and Girls in the 11-12 divisions on the Challenge Tour will be evaluated for conditional and exempt status on a case-by-case basis by the committee. Members must be 13 to be considered for the Championship Tour.


Registration for exempt members will open four weeks prior to the event. Exempt members will be eligible only for the Championship Tour and will not be permitted to participate in Challenge Tour events.

Conditional members will be allowed to register for Championship Tour events two weeks prior to the event if space permits by calling the South Florida PGA office.