Welcome to Junior Amateur Golf Scholars (JAGS Tour)!
JAGS Tour is extremely committed to junior golfers providing them with highly competitive monthly nationally-ranked, 18, 36 or 54 hole no-cut tournaments. Promote a commitment for academic achievement so they are ready for success in higher education. Teach players the importance of demonstrating the highest levels of integrity, honesty, character, and good sportsmanship when playing golf and throughout their entire life. Membership is not a requirement, non-members are always welcomed.
THE JAGS TOUR’S SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE PROUDLY ANNOUNCES THE SELECTION OF BRANDON TSUJIMOTO, JAMIE CORR AND DANE WALTON AS THE RECIPIENTS OF A 2013 JAGS TOUR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP. THESE OUTSTANDING SCHOLAR ATHLETES WERE SELECTED FOR THEIR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS, LEADERSHIP ROLES AND SERVICE TO THEIR COMMUNITIES DURING THEIR FOUR YEARS IN HIGH SCHOOL.
2013 SPRING JUNIOR OPEN MAJOR CHAMPIONSHIP
Santee, CA – Ari Gulugian from Irvine, Calif., held on tight as co-leader with with Nicholas Engelhardt from Los Angeles, Calif., to win his first JAGS Tour event with a final two-day total of 148. The 15-year-old Gulugian was not very happy with his front nine on the final day scoring a 5-over par (41) but settled down on the back nine with even par including clutch par putt on the final hole to go into a play-off with Nick Zapotoczny from Huntington Beach, Calif., who scored 73 on Sunday. It was a ‘hot” tournament for first timer Madeline Chou from Santa Ana, Calif., not only on the course but with the weather as well when temperatures soared above the 100 degree mark; she played steady to claim her victory with a final two-day score of two-under par (70-72-140).
NEWCOMER GRAEBE EARNS VICTORY WITH A THREE STOKE MARGIN
AT THE INAUGURAL
2013 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
Encino, CA – It was a beautiful weekend in Encino, California for the inaugural Southern California Junior Championship hosted by the JAGS Tour at the Sepulveda Golf Complex. Players in the fields were excited to play both courses (Balboa and Encino) at this complex for two reasons. One, earn a JAGS Tour championship to improve their national rankings and two, take advantage of getting to know these courses before competing in the L.A. City Junior Championship in two weeks.
Friends of JAGS Tour make it possible for junior golfers to play in competitive two-day, no-cut, nationally ranked golf tournaments at top rated facilities in Southern California and surrounding western states at reduced rates.
Tournament Entry Policy
Pace of Play Policy
Proof of Age Document Requirement
Tournament Point System
Push Cart Policy
Distance Measuring Devices