Play Golf Lex Junior Programs

Play Golf Lex Junior Programs are designed to create an exciting environment for kids of all skill levels and experience.  Programming is operated by PGA Professionals and Associates. We will be offering multiple options that will fit the needs of junior golfers, recreationally or competitively.

Junior leagues

PGA Junior League brings young people together for team golf experiences with expert coaching from PGA and LPGA Professionals. 

PGA Junior Leagues focus on developing an understanding of the rules and etiquette of the game. Junior golfers learn to play in an encouraging, team-scramble format.

PGA Jr. League is the flagship youth pillar program of PGA REACH. The aim is to make PGA Jr. League accessible to all children, regardless of circumstance. 

This unique approach highlights team play versus individual competition and serves as a feeder system to transition youth golfers to existing junior golf programs, such as those offered by local PGA Sections.

PGA Jr. League exists to bring communities together through fun, team golf experiences… plus those experiences that transcend golf itself, like friendships that last for years to come or a newfound sense of confidence. What started as an idea penned on a napkin while watching the Little League World Series has grown to more than 60,000 boys and girls on teams spanning all 50 states in 2019

Summer League

Cost: $150
Registration closes June 30
Season: July – Sept.

What is included:

  • Parent Meeting/Orientation
  • Weekly practices
  • 4-6 regular season matches
  • End of season party
  • PGA Jr League T-Shirt
  • Hat
  • Drawstring Bag
  • Stickers
  • Game Guide


For more information on Play Golf Lex junior golf programming, contact Curtis Mitchell at or (859) 288-2969.

Junior Golf Camps

Play Golf Lex Junior Golf Camps are both fun and educational, focusing on athletic and golf-skill development. With programming designed by PGA Professionals, campers are taught the basics of golf throughout the entire week. Instructors also utilize obstacle courses, swimming pools, throwing exercises, footgolf, and other non-golf activities to promote the development of athletic ability. Campers must provide their own lunch, snacks, and beverages (snacks and drinks available for purchase on-site). Camp operates from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Gilbert-Bunnell Foundation Junior Golf Tour presented by Parks and Recreation

“Building character through the game of golf.” This junior tour will consist of nine and 18 hole local events throughout the season. These events will focus on friendly competition for all skill levels. Year-long points race and season champions.

Learn more about the Gilbert-Bunnell Foundation Junior Golf Tour.