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2017 Player Information


USGA GIRLS JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFIER


Venue: TBD
Date: TBD, 2017
Contact: Judy Morris, (316) 518-1186

1138 Armstrong Ct., Derby, KS  67037

judykmorris@yahoo.com

57th KWGA JUNIOR STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

Venue: TBD
Date: TBD, 2017
Contact: Kansas Womens Golf Association

www.kwga.org


SADIE PARK SUNFLOWER GIRLS JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP

Venue: Turkey Creek Golf Course, McPherson
Date: June 12-15, 2017
Entry Fee: $90
Defending Champion: Jessica Parker, Fairway
Pairings & Results Tournament Information




KJGA ELIGIBILITY
Open to junior girl golfers who are under the age of 19 or recently graduated from high school and not yet enrolled as a full-time college student. There is no minimum age or handicap requirement, but we ask that each player be able to complete 18 holes in four hours or less.

Each player must be a resident of the state of Kansas with one exception:  If you reside outside the state of Kansas, but live in a bordering state you may join the KJGA and compete in section events.

KJGA SECTIONAL PROGRAM
Membership to the Kansas Junior Golf Association is $25.00 per year and is paid with a completed application. Membership is required to compete in the sectional program and is available anytime throughout the season.

Each KJGA Section Tournament entry fee is $40.00. No green fees are paid to the golf course by the player on the day of the event. Practice rounds will be at the discretion of the host facility.

Click
here to see the KJGA junior golf schedule.

COMPETITION
A “Girls Division” will be available in five of the six KJGA sections: Metro, Northeast, North Central, South Central and West. Participants in the "Girls Division" must be between the ages of 12 to 19. Each field is limited to the first 120 players, with 15 reserved for female golfers. Medals will be awarded to the top three performers and a scorecard playoff will determine the medal distribution in case of a tie.

Each of the five sections listed above will qualify two girls to represent its section in the Junior Section Team Championship. If a female golfer chooses to play in the boys age division she must play from the tees set by the tournament administrator for that specific age division. She will only then be eligible to earn points towards her section team. To view all infromation about our junior program please visit the KJGA homepage or contact our office.

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