The Traverse City Junior Golf Foundation provides children the opportunity to participate, learn and grow by playing golf. The Foundation provides lessons, scholarships and supports the TCJGA In-School Golf Program. We invite you to join our 'Drive for Junior Golf' campaign so we can continue providing these oportunities.
During the spring and summer of 2015, the TCJGA will hold 71 junior tournaments
in seven different divisions
of competition for boys and girls ages 18
and under, plus a collegiate division
The TCJGA Junior Golf Lesson Program will hold 16 lesson sessions during
the 2015 season for boys and girls
ages 5 through 15.
Learn more about the Traverse City Junior Golf Foundation
Serving Kids for 32 Years!
The Traverse City Junior Golf Association
first "teed-off" in the summer of 1984.
Since that time, the association has offered
instruction and competitive programs to
thousands of junior and collegiate golfers.
Most are from northwestern Michigan, but
many come from all areas of the state and
beyond. Membership in 2014 was over 291 juniors.
In this program, golfers, from age 5 to 22, develop their game, learn etiquette, and gain self-confidence while playing and on some of the finest golf facilities in northern Michigan.
It is the goal of the Traverse City Junior Golf Association to continue providing new and current junior players with a program recognized by many as one of the best in the United States.
February 23 - Indiana Tech University Collegiate golfer and TCJGA Member, Courtney Dye: FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Each month throughout the academic year, the Indiana Tech athletic department honors one male and one female athlete that has excelled on the field and in the classroom. Women's golf team member Courtney Dye, from Traverse City, MI was the winners during October.
Dye won her second WHAC Jamboree of the fall season, earning her WHAC Medalist honors as the conference's top golfer, helping secure the regular season championship for the women. She also placed sixth at the Wolfpack Invite and took 23rd in the 87-golfer NAIA Fall Preview event.
February 23 - TCJGA Member and Hope College Golfer Winton Munch earns honor:
For the second season in a row, Hope College's Winton Munch has earned men's golf Most Valuable Player honors in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association.
Munch, who was the season medalist with an average round of 73.9, headlined this year's All-MIAA men's golf team that was announced at the conclusion the fall final Jamboree, in which Hope claimed the season championship