June 17-18, 2021, ST LOUIS JUNIOR INVITATIONAL at the historic Norwood Hills Country Club, Home of the PGA Champions Tour (Ascension Charity Classic), the 30th PGA Championship won by Ben Hogan and the 32nd U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur!  

‚ÄčRecognized by the MAGA, AGT, Gateway PGA and SLICJGA, the St Louis Junior Invitational welcomes the very best junior golfers from the Midwest and across the USA to Norwood Hills Country Club in St. Louis, Missouri.  Each year, following two days of intense competition, one player from both the young gentlemen's and young ladies' divisions will earn the prestigious championship title and will wear St Louis Junior Invitational's champions jacket. June 17-18, 2021 will mark year two of the championship and two player's names will be etched into junior golf history (June 16 is the practice round).   

The St Louis Junior Invitational at Norwood Hills Country Club is on track to be touted as the premier junior event in the Midwest region, if not nationally. This is in part due to stringent invitation guidelines ensuring the field consists of the very best players.  The championship is open to young gentlemen and young ladies ages 14-18 years old, and players that have reached their 19th birthday and have just completed high school.  Seventy-eight (78) junior players will complete the field, competing in two divisions, one for men and one for women.   The Championship Committee is actively recruiting the top players in Missouri, Ilinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Kansas, Ohio, Texas, Florida, Tennessee, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Oklahoma, Hawaii, California, South Dakota, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Alabama and hopes to capture more elite players across every state in the USA. 

If you want to compete with the best junior golfers in the Midwest, and possibly nationally, register for the player pool now and complete your player biography! 

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