Top 50 Junior Tour

Ranking Organizations


Junior Golf Scoreboard

Junior Golf Scoreboard (JGS)

The JGS is the foremost used junior golf rankings system by college golf coaches.


All  TOP50 36 holes events on our schedule are ranked by JGS. To be eligible to be ranked in the Junior Golf Scoreboard rankings a player must meet the following criteria:

  • Has competed in 4 multi-day stroke play tournaments within the last 365 days

check the website with Ranking for boys and girls by State and graduation year.


American Junior Golf Association


The American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) is a "501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the overall growth and development of young men and women who aspire to earn college golf scholarships through competitive junior golf."[1] AJGA is considered by many leaders in the golf industry to be the premier junior golf association of the world.[2] Evidenced of AJGA's premier standing is shown through support from such organizations as TaylorMade-adidas (national sponsor), Rolex and adidas (premier partners), the United States Golf Association (association partner), and official partners such as Under Armour, Transamerica, and PING. These relationships span multiple decades and help the AJGA focus its efforts on providing an unparalleled membership experience


Global Junior Golf Rankings™  (GJGR)

This is the most comprehensive Junior Golf Ranking site in the world. Global Junior Golf Rankings ™ rank one-day and multi-day tournaments by state and region in over 240 countries for players ages 5-19.

Global Junior Golf Rankings™ ranks junior golfers by calculating each week's performance in the categories of 
Boys and Girls participating in junior golf tournaments worldwide.

How to Get Ranked

In order for an individual to be ranked by Global Junior Golf Rankings , they must compete in events that adhere to the following guidelines:

  • Must be between the ages of 5-19 years old
  • Must have competed in two or more one-day or multi-day stroke play tournaments with the following:
    • Total of five players or more in each division
    • Completed two 18-hole rounds with no-stroke-limit rule in place for the 10-19 age division
    • The events must have been completed and results submitted; within one calendar year, including all matching players info (i.e., name, city, state, and country)