The GSGA Junior Tour is a statewide program managed by the Georgia State Golf Association providing young golfers in Georgia an opportunity to participate in competitive junior golf. The program offers junior golf competitions throughout the state for players of all skill levels between the ages of 5 and 18 who have not yet started college.
The Skills Challenge Series is a chip, pitch, and putt competition. The junior who accumulates the most points in their respective division at the end of each qualifier will automatically advance to the GSGA Junior Skills Challenge Championship at the TOUR Championship. The Mitsubishi Electric Classic and TPC Sugarloaf are proud to be the host site for the third qualifier in the series.
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ELIGIBILITY: This event is open to members and non-members of the GSGA Junior Tour. Players may compete in as many Skills Challenge Qualifiers as they desire.
POINTS: Points will be awarded at each qualifier to the top-20 finishers in each division. These points accumulate throughout the year-long Skills Challenge Series. Additionally, the two juniors, in each respective division, who accumulate the most points throughout the year-long Skills Challenge Series who have not yet qualified based on their performance at the qualifiers, will advance.
PARKING: THERE IS NO PARKING AT TPC SUGARLOAF. All parking is located at the Infinite Energy Center (6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Duluth, GA 30097). Complimentary shuttles will take you to and from TPC Sugarloaf. You must have your ticket to board the shuttle.
EVENT TICKETS: Each participant will receive a complimentary Grounds Ticket. An additional complimentary Grounds Ticket will be distributed to each participant to be used for entry by their parent / guardian. *Information regarding ticket distribution and purchase of additional tickets is coming soon*
CLUBS: Juniors may bring up to four (4) clubs for the event. Golf bags are not permitted.
DRIVING RANGE: The driving range is CLOSED for this event.
CODE OF CONDUCT: All participants are expected to abide by the GSGA Junior Tour Code of Conduct. Violations of the Code of Conduct will be dealt with based on the severity of the misconduct. Proper attire is required at all times and failure to comply may result in disqualification. The Code of Conduct may be reviewed here.
For more detailed information, please visit the OFFICIAL GSGA SKILLS CHALLENGE page
To register for the 2020 event, please visit the ONLINE REGISTRATION page
Questions regarding registration or skills challenge rules & regulations can be best answered by contacting the GSGA Junior Tour:
(770) 850-9040 | E-mail