Pee Wee Golf
2016 Jr. Golf Registration form
2016 Fort Wayne Parks-Parkview Sports Medicine
Pee Wee/Junior Golf Tour
It’s not a pro tour, but it’s just as much fun! The Pee Wee and Junior Golf Tours allow boys and girls ages 3-18 to test their skills against other young golfers on a variety of area courses. Tournament formats and fees vary for each event. Visit our website at www.fortwayneparks.org for more information and to register for events. If you do not have internet access, call 427-6000 to request forms by mail. Awards will be given at each tournament. Many thanks to our corporate sponsors: Pepsi and O’Daniel Automart.
|Event||Date||Deadline||Contact Phone Number For Golf Course|
|Shoaff Front 9||6/15||6/8||(260.427.6745)|
|McMillen Back 9||6/30||6/24||(260.427.6710)|
|Shoaff Back 9||7/20||7/14||(260.427.6745)|
|McMillen Tour Champ||7/28-29||7/22||(260.427.6710)|
|Event||Date||Deadline||Contact Phone Number for Golf Course|
|Foster Tour Champ||7/12-13||7/7||(260.427.6735)|
NEW in 2016 for Pee Wee Golf Tour Participants
New for this year is that each Pee Wee event will be a “caddy” event. This means that a parent is allowed to carry the participants clubs as well as give advice on shots.
Link to the Tee-times page to find out when you need to report for your event!
Tee-times available in the summer for the following Pee Wee events: Shoaff Front 9, McMillen Back 9, Canterbury Green, Shoaff Back 9, McMillen Tour Champ
Tee-times available in the summer for the following Junior events: Deer Track, Colonial Oaks, Brookwood, Donald Ross, Canterbury Green, McMillen, Chestnut Hill, Coyote Creek, Foster Tour Champ, Lakeside, Shoaff
Congratulations to Will Smith with a hole in one at the 2014 Junior Tour Scramble
Great program, glad it exists, wish more participants would be involved. Summer is busy with many such activities and it is difficult to attend many events ourselves. Having 4 children spread out over various age groups makes it expensive for us and difficult logistically as a family. Rick, Dave and all the assistants are super! I think the children should have a caddy to at least help with club selection if the pros can have help, for goodness sake shouldn’t the peewees? I understand the potential for parental over-involvement but when kids especially 3-5 year olds are pulling out their fairway woods 10 yards off the green, they need some guidance and in my opinion it should be allowed.-Joel H.
Well organized, great golfers. Wish it didn’t start as early in the morning. Benjamin G.
The program provides a positive self experience for all participants! The staff is friendly, it was a great experience for my kids-Melinda P.
Advertisement is key. This is a great program for kids, but need more players to make it competitive. I would not have known about it unless a family member wasn’t already in it. Thank you for everything. My daughter had a great time! It would be great if the name of the golf course played was on the trophy/plaque. I heard some kids say, “Great it says the same things as the other ones I have” (sarcastically)-Thanks again! My daughter will be returning next year. Kimberly T.
As a grandparent, who golfs, I’m happy my grandson has had the opportunity to play with other kids his age. He has learned the rules, keeping score, and showing good sportsmanship. We are fortunate that we are retired and could take our grandson to the events-Bobby B.
Interested in being a sponsor for 2017?
Check out the Junior & Pee Wee Golf Tour Sponsorship Opportunities flier