THE EUROPEAN JUNIOR GOLF TOUR
The European Junior Golf Tour Background
The European Junior Golf Tour (EJGT) was launched in 2000 by Golf Professional Roger Shutt. It was based on a similar format used by the Junior World International Tournament in the USA.
The Tour, in it's inaugural year attracted over 400 competitors from Europe and the USA. Players included Tommy Fleetwood, Tyrell Hatton and Aaron Rai.
The European Junior Tour is a non-profit organisation
Pryors Hayes Golf Club in Cheshire is the Tour's home base
The Tour is managed by Golf Professionals with European Tour Playing experience.
Roger Shutt interviewed during the BBC coverage of the European Junior Tour 2000
The Tour Ambassador is Joanne Morley, Solheim Cup Vice Captain and former LPGA player and two-time winner on the Ladies European Tour.
'Development of the next generation'
The European Junior Golf Tour provides a competitive playing experience and platform for junior golfers to develop their game.
The EJGT Management Team will ensure the events and activities will be professionally organised and managed to the highest standards.
Aims & Objectives
To provide a series of tournaments both regionally and around the UK. Players only compete within their age group categories.
The Tour will be all inclusive to provide a platform for young players to experience tournament golf.
To select a broad mix of golf venues to test the players skills
To assist and educate the players to achieve their maximum potential and fulfil their own personal goals and aspirations.
To create a fun friendly and stimulating environment for our members, guests and their families.