The 2023 edition of the Georgia PGA Junior Championship will be played at Chattahoochee Golf Club in Gainesville, GA on June 5-7. This 54-hole tournament will feature 156 of Georgia’s best junior golfers. The field will cut to the low 70 players after 36-holes, based on division field sizes.
Chattahoochee Golf Club has been a staple on the Georgia PGA Junior Tour, where maximum field sizes and waitlists are a common occurrence for the city of Gainesville property. Long time Georgia PGA Member, Rodger Hogan has been the Head Golf Professional at Chattahoochee for 14 years. The Club has hosted a variety of tournaments including, High School Regionals and State Championships, an array of junior golf associations, NCAA Division II Women’s National Championship and the Georgia PGA Milton Martin Honda Classic to name a few. Chattahoochee is also home to 1973 Masters Champion, Tommy Aaron.
The boy and girl champion and runner-up will have the opportunity to join 312 of the nation’s top male & female junior golfers in the PGA of America’s premium junior event, the 47th Junior PGA Championship, hosted at Hot Springs Country Club in Hot Springs, Arkansas. The Hot Springs Country Club was established in 1898 as a semi-private Club offering membership privileges to the local residents, as well as providing golfing opportunities for the out-of-town visitors. The 47th Junior PGA Championship will be held from August 1-4, 2023.
Each of the 41 PGA of America Sections will receive four invitations.
Juniors must be no older than 18 years of age on August 4, 2022.
The Boys Junior PGA Championship is where some of the best in the world get their start. Many of today’s PGA Tour professionals made their debut at the Championship. Notable past participants Include: Tiger Woods, Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth, David Toms and Phil Mickelson.
About the PGA of America
The PGA of America represents the very best in golf. For more information about the PGA of America, visit www.PGA.org, follow @PGAofAmerica on Twitter and find us on Facebook. For more information about the 46th Boys Junior PGA Championship, visit www.juniorpgachampionship.com