Franklin Bridge Golf Club, Franklin, TN

The Tennessee Junior PGA Championship attracts talented young athletes from across the state to showcase their skills and compete at the highest level. This tournament is a test of talent, showcasing the next generation of golfing stars. This not only serves as a platform for young athletes to exhibit their skills, but also embodies the spirit of competition, sportsmanship, and dedication to the game.

From June 3rd, 2024 through June 4th, 2024, 125 junior golfers came to Franklin Bridge Golf Club to qualify for the National Junior PGA Championship. This championship is not merely a display of raw talent, but a testament to the hard work and commitment these young athletes invest in the game of golf. From talented newcomers to seasoned competitors, participants of all ages and skill levels have the opportunity to compete against their peers. With divisions for various age groups, including boys and girls, the championship allows aspiring golfers the chance to compete. 

Beyond the trophies and accolades, the Tennessee Junior PGA Championship leaves a lasting impact on its participants, shaping them not only as golfers but also as individuals. Families, friends, and volunteers came together to support these young golfers. The Tennessee Junior PGA Championship encapsulates the essence of passion and excellence in golf. These individuals will carry these values and lessons that will guide them on their journey, both on and off the course. This championship not only honors the past and present of the sport but also paves the way for a bright and promising future for these young golfers.

Congratulations to our two champions, Jacob Rose and Carlee Rogers. Joining our champions, Jack Doyle and Isabella Johnson have qualified for the National PGA Junior Championship.

View round 1 pictures here.

View round 2 pictures here.


View Tournament Results Here.

Kelsey Ludwigsen, Communications Manager