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ABOUT COJGA

Committed to Making a Difference

History    |     Mission Statement    |     Staff & Board of Directors


By organizing regional tournaments for competitive play, Central Oregon Junior Golf Association (COJGA) has been making a difference in kid’s lives since 1993. By encouraging personal achievement and good sportsmanship, COJGA provides opportunities to develop confidence and focus. We believe this helps to develop the values and skills young people need to become exceptional community leaders.

Age groupings - Regular competition


Novice/Beginner

6-8 Loop Course (Coed, 5 holes)

9-11 Short Course (Boys and Girls Divisions, 9 holes)

12-17 Novice (Boys and Girls Divisions, 9 holes)


Competitive

9-11 Boys (9 holes)

12-13 Boys (18 holes)

14-15 Boys (18 holes)

16-17 Boys (18 holes)

9-11 Girls (9 holes)

12-14 Girls (18 holes)

15-17 Girls (18 holes)


Note:  Graduating seniors may play even if they are 18. 

Qualifying for COJGA competition

Any player who competed in the regular COJGA competition in the previous season is exempt from further qualification requirements.

Any high school varsity or junior varsity player may have their coach issue a letter to COJGA confirming that they were a member of the team. The letter should include the players average score for the season.

Other newcomers to the program are encouraged to attend the pre-season qualifier to be put into the correct playing division.

Annual Joining Fee

$20 for 6-8 year old division

$80 for all other divisions, except $40 for each child in family beyond the first

Note that funds are available for families to which fees pose a hardship

Events

6-8 year old division - Three events (5 hole loop course at Awbrey Glen)

All other divisions - approximately 10 regular season events

COJGA Cup - invitational tournament (based on scoring average and points during regular season)

Note:  Some events may not include all categories of competition or every age group

Volunteer information

A parent (or representative) is expected to volunteer at least once every two or three tournaments in which a junior participates.

 

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