• UK's leading Junior Golf Tour

    in association with PROJECT11, brings you...

  • Around 40 exciting events for 2020!

  • IMG Junior World Championship Entry

  • Great trophies

  • The best junior golfers from around the UK

  • From as young as 5 years old

  • up to 17 years old

  • Fantastic venues and great courses

British Junior Golf Tour, a not-for-profit organisation, and the leading Junior Golf Tour in the UK.

We provide junior golfers with outstanding opportunities to experience great competitions, on wonderful courses, at top class venues.

BJGT events are fun, competitive, affordable and open to young golfers of all abilities, aged 5 up to 17 years.

9 and 18 holes – age and distance-related strokeplay competitions, as well as 18 holes handicap-qualifying gross and net strokeplay competitions.

See the BJGT Competition Levels and Tour Policy

Standard 9-hole entry fees: 
£14 for members, £17.50 for non-members
Standard 18-hole entry fees:
 £20 for members, £25 for non-members

Junior Golf Tour

Order of Merit

In 2020, the British Junior Golf Tour Order of Merit will run from the first event, 17th Feb, through to the Tour Championship at Foxhills GC in October.
Points will be awarded at each event listed on the BJGT schedule (except the Junior World Championships Qualifiers), up to and including the Tour Championship.
Trophies/Medals are awarded at all events in each category, and amazing OOM Prizes awarded at Foxhills GC.
For further details, check out our Tour Policy.

British Junior Golf Tour Membership
Portal GCFebruary 17, 2020
91 days to go.

Event Information and the Latest Tour News

Tour Championship: report, results and photos

A fitting end to an amazing season! After a week of terrible forecasts, the skies provided the perfect weather for the British Junior Golf Tour season finale, while Foxhills GC was again the ideal venue for this prestigious Order... Read More

Cambridge Meridian GC: report, results and photos

Sunshine, showers, varying strengths of wind and torrential rain... The final event of the regular season ahead of the Tour Championship saw Cambridge Meridian GC set the challenge along with just about every weather condition possible on 22 September.... Read More