OJG Major Tournaments | Oregon Golf Association

Tournament of Major Champions (Oct. 17):

Oregon Junior Golf hosts annual competitions at premiere golf courses across the state to crown state champions.

Golfers ages 8 to 18 (where eligible) can compete in Oregon Junior Golf Major Tournaments. These multiple-day competitions are tailored for the more experienced players.


To register for events, players must have a Golf Genius profile and complete the Rules & Etiquette Online Quiz.

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Eligibility:  Must be a current member of Oregon Junior Golf to participate in OJG Majors.  Must meet recommended scoring guidelines for your division.  Must be an amateur between the ages of 8-18 as of the final day of the tournament.

Format:  Multiple day competitions.  All competitions are stroke play with the exception of the Bob Norquist Oregon Junior Amateur where junior golfers play one round of stroke play qualifying and match play the rest of the week.  Pee Wee Divisions generally play 9 holes each day; all other divisions play 18 holes each day.  

Girls Divisions:  Pee Wee Girls (8-9), Pee Wee Girls (10-11), Intermediate Girls (12-14), Girls (15-18), Girls Open (12-18). Please see specific competition for Oregon Junior Stroke Play and Bob Norquist Oregon Junior Amateur divisions. 

Boys Divisions:  Pee Wee Boys (8-9), Pee Wee Boys (10-11), Intermediate Boys (12-13), Boys (14-15), Junior Boys (16-18), and Boys Open (14-18).  Please see specific competition for Oregon Junior Stroke Play and Bob Norquist Oregon Junior Amateur divisions.