Welcome to the Rocky Mountain Junior Golf Tour

The Rocky Mountain Junior Golf Tour kicks off it’s season! The tour conducts 2 day Nationally Ranked junior golf events during the week throughout the region. This tour will be in its 7th year of successful tournament directing and RMJGT hosts up to 50 tournaments a year. We have had great success in providing reasonable priced junior golf events allowing players to golf where they live and still gain national recognition. We also attract players from other states who want to experience different turf, climate and elevation. The RMJGT website is highly ranked and gets more than 50,000 visits per month.

RMJGT will host 30 tournaments in Washington, Oregon, and Vancouver in the upcoming season in order to reach more talented junior golfers. To register for membership/tournaments or to view the schedule, visit the RMJGT website!

We will be hosting tournaments at Washington courses such as: Sudden Valley, Whispering Firs, Palouse Ridge, Port Ludlow, Canyon Lakes, Tri-Mountain, Ocean Shores, Suncadia, and more!

We will be hosting events at Oregon courses such as Stone Creek, Centennial, Rose City, and more to come!

For the players looking to move on to college with their skills:

Make sure to consider College Golf Scholarship Advisors when searching for scholarship help. CGSA is an affordable, worthwhile decision that can connect you with our database of 2,200 college golf coaches throughout the country. With the package, you receive a profile that is made custom to you. CGSA then sends that profile out to D1, D2, D3, Junior, and NAIA coaches with your email and phone number attached for easy contact. You may update your profile periodically and it will be featured on the CGSA website.

RMJGT & WTJGA College-Bound Membership: $150

Membership Upgrade to Profile Sender: $200

Non-Member Profile Sender: $350

The prestigious North American Junior Amateur Championship is coming up! Make sure to visit the website to learn how to qualify or register!

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