The Pitman Golf Course has completed the 2018 PGA Jr League Season.  We were reprsented by two teams this year, the Pitman GC ParBreakers and the Pitman GC PinSeekers and both teams had a great season - the ParBreakers won the division and the PinSeekers came in 2nd Place!

We will be recruiting players to compete in the 2019 season starting as early as March - stay tuned for more information about joining Team Pitman!

The PGA Jr League is a great introductory program for team golf and it features kids ages 9-13.  The kids play in groups of 2-3 players and they compete against area golf courses playing a scramble format.  To learn more about the PGA Jr League CLICK HERE


PJGA Final Results

Congratulations to Jake Kowalski for winning the 2018 Pitman's Jr Golf Association's PLAYER OF THE YEAR award!  Jake represented the PJGA each and every week this summer and it was a close battle with Brandon Farley and Matt Ciocco right down to the final week.  Jake earned a total of 587 points througout the season which included weekly low scores, skills competitions, rules tests and more.  The Pitman Golf Course runs the PJGA each summer from June through August. 

The PJGA concluded with our Annual Invitation Tournament which featured a Team Scramble Format.  Each Jr Golfer is able to invite a Parent/Guardian to compete with them as a two-person team.  The pairing of PJGA Member Nick Surrette and his father (Geoffe) won the event after a match of cards for the low score - congratulations to everyone who participated!

2019 Season (June through August):
The PJGA (Pitman Junior Golf Association) holds a dedicated practice day every Tuesday and the junior golfers play a competition round every Thursday.  The program will conclude in August with the annual Bring A Parent Tournament where the Player of the Year will be awarded.

The PJGA is a summer program for experienced junior golfers ages 13 through 17.  This program will help to further develop golf skills through weekly practice, drills, playing and competition days.  As always, all new participants will be required to pass a written rules and etiquette test as well as a playing ability test prior to being permitted entry into the league competition portion of the program.  The tests are designed to indicate a minimum required level of knowledge and ability to play on the course without direct assistance during the summer’s program.  The cost to register is $175 p/golfer and includes a PGC Junior Golf ID Card for discounted daily rates as well as all fees associated with the practice and competition days.

For more information, feel free to contact the Pro Shop at 856-589-6688.  Official sign-ups for the 2019 season will begin on June 1st.