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Top Tournaments For Young Golfers


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Patrick Reed, pro-golfer from Texas, and his foundation Team Reed Foundation, detail the importance of getting youth involved in golf and which youth tournaments are best to be a part of.

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Top Tournaments For Young Golfers

  1. 1. TOP TOURNAMENTS FOR YOUNG GOLFERS Patrick Reed & Team Reed Foundation
  2. 2. It’s no secret that practice makes perfect. It takes a lot of hard work and consistent effort to become truly great at something, let alone the things you do everyday without even thinking. Just as it took time to learn how to walk and talk, it takes a lot of practice and determination to become an expert athlete.
  3. 3. Programs that encourage kids to practice are important. Learning from experience, it’s very important to have a solid foundation as a Junior golfer. It’s one of the key goals in establishing our group, The Team Reed Foundation. We strive to give our community inspiration.
  4. 4. A glimpse into beginning careers and the future of Golf. This summer, Team Reed was involved in a Junior golf tournament that gave young athletes a place to grow their skills, and while giving these golfers a chance to thrive and learn was amazing, what they gave the golf community in return was even more special.
  5. 5. Practice, support, and confidence are key components to a strong game. They don’t come overnight, and, with the help of partners throughout the entire sport of Golf, there are great places to secure these attributes all over the country for any of the young hopefuls out there.
  6. 6. And who are now ready to master how to be a champion. Below are just a few of the top Junior Golf tournaments out there for those who have grown from mastering how to walk and how to talk.
  7. 7. PGA Junior League Golf This popular program began in 2011 and has grown to touch the lives of nearly 40,000 participants within their league and tournaments. Similar to other professionally sponsored programs, the PGAJLG works in teams that are headed by PGA professionals. The league is exclusive to youth players aged 13 and under.
  8. 8. US Kids Golf Foundation In this organization, all roads lead to Pinehurst, where The World Championship is held for golfers, ages 5- 12. There are plenty of tournaments along the way, and golfers are encouraged to attend as many as they wish. While several lucky golfers will have the distinguished honor of being a World Champion, the league also awards recognition for male and female Player of the Year.
  9. 9. American Junior Golf Association This non profit organization is geared toward more established golfers who are pursuing possible scholarships and competitive play. Patrick Reed was represented at this year’s AJGA Tournament at The Woodlands in Texas. Along with a fun and competitive tournament, the AJGA also educates members on what it takes to play college golf and how to make it big in the pros.
  10. 10. It’s time to get out there and play! Encourage your kids to enter a junior league and watch the next generation of golf grow. Team Reed is always thrilled to be a part of molding young minds and supporting them in their journey to professional golf, and we’re happy to be able to share our work with all of you.
  11. 11. FOR MORE, PLEASE VISIT: Patrick Reed & Team Reed Foundation