Which SFPGA Program does my child fit into?
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- Please review our "Get Started" page for more details on each program including age requirements and eligibility
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What is expected of parents on-site?
- Contact Ellen Breighner email@example.com
What is Junior Golf Scoreboard and how does it work?
- Links Tour
- Links Tour players are allowed to have a caddie. They are encouraged to help speed up play by assisting players with their clubs and strategizing each hole. Caddies are not there to slow down play by instructing the participants but instead help when needed.
- PREP, CHALLENGE and CHAMPIONSHIP TOUR
- Spectators are asked to stay on cart paths at all times and at least 50 yards from players while on the golf course
- Refrain from speaking with players during the round as this may be interpreted as advice (two-stroke penalty)
- In case of weather, spectators are asked to assist with evacuating players from the course to the clubhouse
- Spectators may not transport players on the golf course
How can I help my junior golfer move on to collegiate golf?
- All Challenge and Championship Tour events (36-holes) are nationally ranked by Junior Golf Scoreboard
- For more information, click here
How do I know when my junior golfer can move up to the next program (for example Prep Tour to Challenge Tour, Challenge Tour to Championship Tour)
- If your junior golfer has the desire to play collegiate golf, there are many resources available to you
- Visit our "College Bound" section of the website - click here
- Click here for information about college recruiting
- Consult with your junior golfer's PGA Professional for their advice as to if they are ready to move up to the next level
- Research the eligibility requirements and past results to make sure your junior golfer is old enough and is shooting scores that would be competitive at the next level
- Refer to the South Florida PGA Staff to see if your junior golfer is ready for the next level