CJGA Amateur Tour – For Men & Ladies Ages 19-24
About the Amateur Tour
The CJGA Amateur Tour is a competitive developmental tour for Amateur Men and Ladies of all skill levels, 19-24 years of age, who have desires to build a resume for higher level competitions or just to test their skills.
The amateur tour consists primarily of a series 36 hole and 54 hole competitions.
The CJGA Amateur Tour will be played at the same place and on the same days as the Junior Tour. When registering, just click on the tournament and register. Our online system will enter you into the proper age group.
Events are conducted in regions all across Canada and participants earn points on both the GOLFTEC Regional & GOLFTEC National Order’s of Merit based on their finish in each event.
Amateur Tour events are organized and operated with the utmost level of professionalism by trained CJGA Staff. Each event is officiated by certified Referees.
Amateur Tour events are recognized by numerous national & international ranking organizations and are viewed as a great measure of a players capabilities by colleges & universities in the United States and Canada.
The goal of the CJGA Amateur Tour is to provide you (the Amateur) with the best experience possible in your development as player as you pursue your passion for the game.
There are two (2) divisions on the CJGA Amateur Tour which are determined by a players age & gender.
|Gender||Division||Age Range||Yardages Played|
|Men||Amateur (U24)||19 to 24||6400 to 7000|
|Ladies||Amateur (U24)||19 to 24||5000 to 6200|
Eligibility: A players age is determined as of August 1 in the current year.
GOLFTEC NATIONAL ORDER OF MERIT CJGA Amateur Tour events will also award points on the GOLFTEC National Order of Merit based on our Tier ranking system which can found – Here
“Junior golfers in Canada will continue to improve by participating in the CJGA’s programs. The experience juniors will gain through participation in professionally run multi-day tournaments will go a long way to developing both the mental and physical aspects of becoming a successful golfer.”
Stephen Ames, PGA Tour Champions