Junior Golf Alliance of Colorado

JGAC membership is open to boys and girls age six up to their 19th birthday or the day they enter college, whichever comes first. The JGAC does not recommend membership to those under the age of six, but membership may be granted on a case-by-case basis. Out-of-state residents are welcome to JGAC membership. JGAC membership is not necessary for participation in PGA Jr. League or Drive, Chip, Putt.

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General Information

General
Official Name
Junior Golf Alliance of Colorado​​​​​​​
DBA/Trade Name(s)
N/A
Former Name(s)
N/A
Acronym
JGAC
Date Established
2015
Offers Additional Colorado State Tax Credit
EZ Tax Credit
Tax ID
81-1286661
Addresses
Headquarters Address
5990 Greenwood Plaza Blvd #102
Greenwood Village, CO, CO 801111
Colorado Location
5990 Greenwood Plaza Blvd #102
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Mailing Address
5990 Greenwood Plaza Blvd #102
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Phone/Fax
Main Phone Number
303-451-4653
Fax Number
N/A
Other Phone Number
303-974-2104
Web/Email
Email
djensen@coloradogolf.org
Website
www.juniorgolfcolorado.org/
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Mission Statement

The Junior Golf Alliance of Colorado (JGAC) was established in 2016 by the Colorado Section of the PGA and the Colorado Golf Association. The JGAC serves as a vehicle for collaboration in the arena of junior golf in the state of Colorado for parents, kids, coaches and PGA Professionals by streamlining the junior golf process, filling in the voids, further building the junior golf ranks, and creating new excitement with the four Major Championships (Colorado Junior Amateur Championship, Colorado PGA Junior Championship, Colorado Junior Match Play Championship and Junior Golf Alliance of Colorado Tour Championship).

In addition to being your one-stop-shop for competitive junior golf our Player Development Pathway embraces the core programs of each association including Golf in Schools, PGA Junior League, Drive Chip & Putt Championship, partnerships with in-state national qualifying events, instructional camps and clinics and much more. Additionally, we serve as your portal to college golf with a vast array of free counseling opportunities and assistance programs.

Organization History

In 2015 the Colorado Golf Association, the state amateur association with over 44,000 members and the Colorado Section of the PGA, the local affiliate of the PGA of America joined together form the Junior Golf Alliance of Colorado. Their goal was to streamline the junior golf process for parents. kids, coaches and PGA Professionals. JGAC is administered by CGA and CPGA staff members.

Testimonials

"Just wanted to say thanks to each of you for making my first year so enjoyable. Your help, patience and guidance was much appreciated and I can't wait to get started again next year. Kudos to all of you for making junior golf in Colorado so special for all the kids!"

"I thought overall the staff did a very good job. Especially for the first year. And it was evident that the staff members really wanted the kids to have a positive, fun experience playing golf."

"Excellent first season for my son playing in JGAC events. The events were well run, well organized and we look forward to playing more next season. Thank you especially for getting kids off the course for weather delays. We thought you handled such situations efficiently and always had the kids' safety as a top priority. Thanks!"

"Great job year 1 - awesome collaborative effort!"

"I thought overall the staff did a very good job. Especially for the first year. And it was evident that the staff members really wanted the kids to have a positive, fun experience playing golf."

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