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The 2020 North Florida Junior PGA Championship is a premier junior golf tournament in Central and North Florida & we want YOU to participate!

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COVID-19 has had a significant impact on all of our lives, but with optimism, the Boy and Girls Junior North Florida PGA Championship will still be held this summer. “We want every junior who wants to be a participant of a national championship to have the opportunity. However, to make this happen, we have to ensure everyone can compete in a safe environment,” states Steve McMillen, Executive Director, North Florida PGA. “So naturally, we have had to make some changes to the 2020 Section Championship.” These changes include canceling the qualifiers that were to be held in late May and early June. This allows anyone to play in the Section Championship. To accommodate the larger field, the boys and girls/12U championships will be held on different days, and the host venue has been changed to Royal St. Cloud Golf Links. Registration is now open. ENTER TODAY!

About Royal St. Cloud Golf Links

Everyone dreams of playing legendary places like St. Andrews, Carnoustie, and Turnberry in the British Isles.  Players in this year’s Championship will love Royal St. Cloud’s magnificent links course. Royal St. Cloud Golf Links has a rolling layout of wide-terraced fairways, punctuated by classic links bunkers that feature names like Spectacles, Feather, Devil’s Pocket, Hoofprint and Hell’s Bunker. Royal St. Cloud Golf Links has a great combination of Scottish-styled links features with a notable American flair for flawless fairways and silky-smooth Tifeagle greens. ENTER TODAY!

The Championship

The Championship for the boys, girls, and 12U is a two-day Championship.  The boys play June 15th-16th, and the girls and 12U play on June 17th-18th. Both the boys and girls will play 36-holes, and 12U will play 18-holes over the two days. The entry fee for the boys and girls is $110, and 12U is $75. All players will receive player gifts that include Championship branded valuable bag, a PGA branding water bottle, prepackaged refreshments, and a chance to win a Clic Gear pushcart. Register to play today!  ENTER TODAY!

Who Should Play?

In 2019, Joshua Perna of Sarasota and Caroline Hwang of Orlando won their divisions and earned a place in the field of the Boys and Girls Junior PGA Championship!  Like in past years, the field will have some of the top junior golfers in central and north Florida. However, this Championship is not just for the elite junior golfer. It is a premier championship open to all juniors who love the game should play. Youth ages 13-15 are eligible to play in the boys and girls championship. Youth 12 and under are eligible to play in the 12U Championship.  ENTER TODAY!


The safety of everyone (players, spectators, and staff) is our top priority. As such, the Championship will follow the CDC approved Back2Golf plan. This plan, developed by the nation’s allied golf organizations, is based on the White House and CDC “Guidelines Opening Up America Again.”  ENTER TODAY!

Schedule of Events


Date            June 17-18

Location      Royal St. Cloud Golf Links

Field            Ages 12U boys and girls

Format        Stroke Play (two 9-hole rounds)


Date            June 15-16

Location      Royal St. Cloud Golf Links

Field            Ages 13-18

Format        Stroke Play (two 18-hole rounds)


Date            June 17-18

Location      Royal St. Cloud Golf Links

Field            Ages 13-18

Format        Stroke Play (two 18-hole rounds)

2019 Junior North Florida PGA Winners


      Joshua Perna                                                 Caroline Hwang 


To participate in the 2020 North Florida Junior PGA Championship, click the link below!

To register, CLICK HERE!

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Mike Keck, Player Development Manager, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


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