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PGA Junior Golf TOUR

16 Tournaments for 10-18 year old Boys and Girls in Connecticut and Western Massachusetts

The Connecticut Section PGA Junior Golf TOUR (JGT) schedule consists of 16 tournaments, consisting of twelve (12) 9 & 18-hole Stroke Play events and four (4) 36-hole Stroke Play events. Boys and Girls, ages 10 to 18, who are PGA Junior Golf Association members and who ACTIVATED their memberships are eligible to enter these tournaments.


The entry fee for the 13-18 age group players who play 18 holes is $65; and $45 for 10-12 age group players who play 9 holes. The entry fee for the Ranked-open 36-hole tournaments is $125 for JGA Members and $240 for non-members. There is no requirement to play in all or a minimum number of tournaments.


Each JGT tournament is conducted within the TOUR Rules and Regulations that are established by the Connecticut Section PGA.



 Wednesday  June 24

 Glastonbury Hills Junior Invitational

18-hole; 9-hole

 Glastonbury Hills C.C.
 Thurs.-Fri. June 25-26

 Ryan Lee Memorial Junior Tournament


 Timberlin G.C
Monday June 29

The Ledges Junior Open

18-hole; 9-hole

The Ledges Golf Club
 Thursday  July 9

 Fairview Farm Junior Classic

18-hole; 9-hole

 Fairview Farm G.C.
Mon.-Tue. July 13-14

 Don Miklus Memorial Junior Open

 Tashua Knolls G.C.
 Friday July 17

 Frank Kringle Junior Tournament

18-hole; 9-hole

 East Mountain C.C. (Mass.)
 Monday July 20

 Ellington Ridge John D. Camera Memorial

18-hole; 9-hole

  Ellington Ridge C.C.
 Wed.-Thur. July 22-23

 Cas Coscina Junior Invitational


 Stanley G.C.
Monday July 27

Torrington-Winsted Rotary Junior Open

18-hole; 9-hole

Accept Letter (18); Accept Letter (9)

Torrington C.C.

 Tuesday  July 28

  John D. Wardlaw Memorial Junior Open

18-hole; 9-hole

 Indian Hill C.C.
 Thursday August 6

 Ralph DeNicolo Memorial Junior Open

18-hole; 9-hole

 Manchester C.C.
Monday August 10

Crestview Junior Invitational

18-hole; 9-hole

Crestview Country Club
 Thursday August 13

 The Ranch Junior Open

18-hole; 9-hole

 The Ranch G.C.
Monday August 17

 McDermott Junior Invitational

18-hole; 9-hole

 Tallwood C.C.
 Tue.-Wed. August 18-19

 The Bill Sandri Memorial Junior


 Crumpin-Fox Club (Mass.)

and Fox Hopyard G.C.

Monday August 24

Hop Meadow Junior Open

18-hole; 9-hole

Hop Meadow C.C
Sunday September 6

Jack Kelly Tournament of Champions


Shennecossett G.C.



Note: Junior PGA Championship, Jack Kelly Tournament of Champions, Little Linksters TOUR (age 5-12), and PGA Pro-Junior Invitational are also available to participate in.

Connecticut PGA junior team rallies for tie, retains Remy Cup Matches competition title against New England PGA

HAMPDEN, Mass. (September 12, 2015) Special From Russ Held; MassLive

Great golf.  Great weather.  Great finish.  And all at GreatHorse.


The fourth Remy Cup Matches were decided by the last putt on the final hole of competition Saturday, an effort that allowed the Connecticut Section PGA junior team to retain the title. Team Connecticut rallied for a 9-9 tie against a fellow 12-player team from the New England PGA, needing only to split the available points to keep the cup.


"This is such a great event and the venue today is just phenomenal,'' said NEPGA professional Jim Remy, for whom the matches are named. The Connecticut PGA team, which includes golfers from Western Massachusetts, had won the first three annual competitions.


The outcome boiled down to a par made at the 18th hole by Noah Peterson of East Longmeadow. Peterson, who works in the bag room at the private Hampden club, needed only a two-putt from 20 feet to secure enough the final two points for the host squad.


"It was fun to have that chance here, I like the team format,'' said Peterson, who competed at the matches for the second time. The teams were represented by its top 10 boys and top two girls on their respective section junior Players of the Year points rankings.


Peterson won the Connecticut Section Junior Boys Player of the Year honors this summer, while Angela Garvin of Feeding Hills won her third straight girls honor. "This is so fun, it's my third year but it still takes a little getting used to because we don't play in many team events,'' said Garvin, a third-time participant who Sunday competes at the regional finals for the national Drive, Chip & Putt Championships.

 The Connecticut PGA's "victory'' keeps the cup local before the New England PGA hosts the 2016 event.


"It has a Ryder Cup feel, for sure,'' Connecticut PGA junior golf director Sally Sohn said. "The kids love to be on Team Connecticut. They like the uniforms. They are representing something special and they all know each other so well. We have great team spirit.''


Peterson and teammate Tyler Hahn won 2.5 of a possible three points to secure the tie. Three points were at stake for each of the six matches. Single points were awarded for a win in the four-ball (front nine), foursomes (back nine) and overall (all 18 holes). Connecticut trailed 8-1 after completion on the first three matches, before Carter Swanson and Jake Avery Avery and Matt Stafford and Peter Gehris teamed to win 5.5 of the next six points. Peterson and Hahn then finished it off, needing only a halve at the 18th hole cap the rally.


Points leaders for Team New England included three-point sweeps by Nick Cummings and Dillon Brown and Julia Ford and Lauren Thibodeau.


Click here for a look at the full leaderboard.


The competition was named in honor of Remy, past president of the PGA of America and general manager and director of golf at Okemo Valley Golf Club in Ludlow, Vt. Remy became the first PGA of America President from the New England Section. He served that role in 2009-10.


"When they names something after you . . . it's an unbelievable honor and at least I'm still kicking,'' Remy said.


GREATHORSE: The club, formerly known as Hampden Country Club, re-opened this spring after nearly three years of renovations that have totaled close to $50 million . . . The Antonacci family purchased the club at auction during the winter of 2012 . . . On-course re-design work was led by Brian Silva . . . The 26,000 square-foot clubhouse, designed in "mountain rustic style,'' sports majestic, westward views of the Pioneer Valley . . . Par played at 71, as the scheduled par-4 18th hole is currently playing as a 200-yard par 3 . . . The competition marked the first outside tournament hosted by the private club . . . Boys yardage played at approximately 6,600 and the girls teed it up at 5,500 on Saturday.

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