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AJGA spring 2020 schedule postponed

Because of health concerns with COVID-19, the AJGA will postpone the spring 2020 schedule in its entirety.
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March 16, 2020

Based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO) and other global golf partners, the American Junior Golf Association will postpone its entire spring schedule.

"To address health concerns from COVID-19, we wanted to simplify our plans to allow our community to focus on its most urgent needs," said Executive Director Stephen Hamblin. "We’ve taken the past few days to align with mission-critical partners, host facilities and local leaders and ask for their support in rescheduling spring events. We plan to open the season Memorial Day weekend and conduct an expanded schedule with seven events per week to maximize playing opportunities for members."

In the coming days, members should expect:

  • Rescheduled events from March 19-May 3 will return to the Schedule when confirmed.
  • Full refunds, or donations, processed for tournament entry fees in sequential order.
  • Event applications opened for Memorial Day and beyond.
  • Additional member communications as needed.

At this time, the AJGA plans to resume safe tournament operations by the end of May but we will continue to monitor rapidly changing circumstances and advice from the CDC, WHO and global partners. We will continue to make, and announce, changes as required.

AJGA National Headquarters will be closed to the public through April 10. Customer service by phone will be available, but may be more limited during this time.