“To provide young, talented golfers from across Scotland the opportunity to play competitive, fun golf on a regular basis and encourage them to
Unfortunately membership is now full for this season.
However you can register for our summer events and the Autumn/Winter season which will be starting in September.
Go to the contact page to apply.
We are already half way through our 7th season and a very busy season it has been. Most of our events are full with new applicants applying to join every week. At the Junior Tour we to try to continuously improve what we offer to Scotland’s junior golfers and their parents. We believe that all Scottish kids have great potential and we are determined to provide a long term supporting environment for all those who wish to join us.
As parents, when we formed the Junior Tour we were aware that most juniors dropped out of competitive sport early with 70% being an often quoted drop-out figure. We thought that this high level of attrition was unacceptable in modern sport and in Scotland we have too few juniors to waste any of them!
It was important that the total experience was fun, encouraging and rewarding. Each event had to provide a stimulating and nurturing experience for all the juniors, not just the winners. It is this experience that would make them want to stay a part of the Tour and most importantly stay in the game!
Rather than treating parents as a bit of a nuisance, as many of us have experienced, we see the role of parents as critical in the development of the juniors. A family atmosphere is encouraged and this is necessary to develop what we call a Total Environment Philosophy.
Each event was structured in such a way that there would be a purposeful beginning, middle and end.
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After a scintillating US PGA, Kenneth Scott’s “Birdie Blitz” beat off Calum Satterley’s “Champs 5″ and Allen Thomas’s “hackers” to win the 2011 SJGT Fantasy Golf.
American rookie Keegan Bradley beats countryman Jason Dufner in a play-off to clinch his first major title at the 93rd US PGA in Atlanta.
After matching Ireland’s Marc Boucher’s 2-over 69 at Aberdour, Haggs Castles Glen Burrett, an SJGT stalwart lost the sudden death play-off to Boucher at the first extra hole. Well done to Glen for a fantastic performance!
After Darren Clarke kept his nerve to clinch his maiden major title with a three-shot victory in the Open at Royal St George’s, Kenneth Scott’s team takes over the Top spot from Callum Satterley’s Champs 5.
Angus Carrick, George Burns, Glen Burrett & Aidan Husenne held of the competition to win the Level 5, 4 , Under 13 and Under 12 Order of Merits.