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OJGT About

Mission Statement

The Oklahoma Junior Golf Tour in cooperation with the Oklahoma Golf Association is a distinctive program designed to improve junior golf throughout the state. It is our mission to develop outstanding young players through a high level of regional-based events each season, and promote the players to coaches at the local, regional, and national levels.

The OJGT believes it can provide quality championships at a low cost to its members with minimal travel. Further, with the best competitions, the promotion of members to college coaches is optimal.

The OJGT strives to enhance the lives of all members through its events, instruction, and promotion. Whether a member wants to play collegiate golf or not, we feel the OJGT will benefit all players in life through the game of golf. Self-discipline, sportsmanship, cooperation, character, and pride are but a few life skills we attempt to teach through competitive golf.

As the OJGT motto says we are “creating tomorrows champions today.” We believe that the OJGT is charged with the responsibility of creating champions in life as well as golf.


Open to any junior golfer between the ages of 12 and 18 based on the first day of an event. Must be a member of the OJGT to participate ($100 yearly fee).  Graduated seniors who are 18 years old or younger may play OJGT events prior to August 1st of their graduation year only.

Players may be from any locale to join and play any event except for the OGA Junior Boys and Girls Championship. In that championship, a player must be an Oklahoma resident to participate.

The Red River Team Challenge is an invitation only event. Players will earn a spot into the event based on several exemptions listed on the event’s page and through the OJGT Player of the Year points.

Steps for Registering

Entry Deadlines

Players are expected to enter on or before the deadline of any event to secure a spot in any field. The usual deadline is “noon” five days prior to the first round of an established event. Events are very popular so it is recommended to sign up early!