Magnolia Greens 2019 Junior Golf Team

As PGA Junior League Golf is the key youth initiative of PGA REACH, the PGA of America’s charitable foundation, the program is committed to limiting cost as the barrier to entry for youth and golf. To request further information regarding scholarship availability, please contact

  • Boys and girls 13 & under (8/1 cutoff) *CONTACT US FOR 17U TEAM
  • 10-12 players per team
  • Season mid March through May
  • 6 matches and 10-15 practices
  • $225 (see below for scholarship availability)

Players will receive:

  • (2) PGA JLG team home & away golf jerseys
  • draw string bag
  • hat
  • t-shirt
  • bag tag
  • flag stickers…after winning a 3 hole segment!

Teams will play a best ball format scoring three holes at a time with substitutes and for nine holes. Great fun format!

Join The Team!

Jr. PGA League Golf Also Includes:

Practice privileges, Group instructional sessions & Weekly team practices

Other teams we will compete with:

Cape Fear Country Club, Porter’s Neck Country Club, Country Club of Landfall & First Tee of Greater Wilmington

Parent volunteers needed!

Player Conduct Expectations

  • Players acknowledge that the purpose of PGA Junior League Golf is to have fun with friends.
  • Players agree to demonstrate sportsmanship, teamwork and a positive attitude.
  • Players agree to be respectful of fellow players, spectators, coaches, and facility staff.
  • Players agree to care for the golf facility and leave it in better condition than they found it.

Spectator Expectations

PGA Junior League Golf is the perfect spectator sport for the entire family.

  • Spectators acknowledge that the goal of PGA Junior League Golf is for players to have fun with friends.

  • Spectators agree to refrain from participating in players’ strategic decisions.

  • Spectators agree to defer the enforcement of rules to players and team leaders.

  • Spectators agree to abstain from coaching the players.

  • Spectators agree to abstain from caddying.

  • Spectators are encouraged to cheer, have fun and be supportive of the players.

  • Spectators agree to demonstrate sportsmanship, respect and a positive attitude.

Matthew Gordon, Director of Instruction