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AJGA lowers fees for its most popular membership

Fee reductions are part of a larger plan to make golf more inclusive
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The American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) is reducing membership fees for 2022 and beyond to make golf more inclusive. The fee reduction is part of a larger plan by the AJGA to remove barriers to entry into golf.

In 2022, AJGA membership fees will decrease nearly 10%, with plans for further reductions over the next several years.

“We see the AJGA as a perfect avenue to make golf more inclusive,” said AJGA Executive Director Stephen Hamblin. “We want to remove any barrier that would prevent someone from playing golf at a national level and provide as many opportunities to as many people as we can. We have been committed to diversity and inclusion for a while and we will continue to be moving forward.”

New and returning members can now sign up for 2022 memberships here. As part of its support of junior golf, national sponsor adidas is providing each junior who signs up before November 22 with a hat (while supplies last).