Enrollment open for PGA Jr. League

The league is for those 13 years old and younger.

  • Friday, April 13, 2018 2:12pm
  • Sports

Enrollment for the 2018 season of PGA Jr. League is now open for boys and girls of all skill levels who want to learn and play golf together.

The league is for those 13 years old and younger. Some local courses do offer 16 and under programs as well.

Courses in the area accepting applications include:

• Fairwood Golf & Country Club (Renton)

• Foster Golf Links (Tukwila)

• Meridian Valley Golf Club (Kent)

• Auburn Golf Club (Auburn)

• Glen Acres Golf Club (Seattle)

• Snoqualmie Valley Golf Club (Fall City)

There are also more than 30 additional courses throughout the area offering this league. For a full list visit www.PGAJrLeague.com.

Registration close dates vary depending on location. However, most courses close May 15 with the season beginning in early June.

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