The BDLGA has a priority to introduce girls to the game of golf and to nurture their skills and enjoyment of the game.

To support this aim, the Junior Code of Conduct is enforced at all levels of junior participation.


  • To increase the participation levels of junior girls throughout the BDLGA district
  • To maintain ongoing communication with parents about upcoming junior events that might be suitable for their daughters
  • To identify additional opportunities for junior girls that will extend their skills and knowledge of golf.
  • To promote junior competitions and tournaments
  • To ensure a sound future for golf in the BDLGA district

Activities undertaken by the BDLGA

  • Annually, to select two teams for inter-district events. These are:
    • the Junior Jug is an aggregate stroke event held over 3 days in conjunction with the Katherine Kirk Classic.  The team does consist of 3 players.
    • the Sarah Jane Kenyon Challenge, a Match Play competition, which has a team of 8 girls.
  • Whilst at this point in time there is no Junior Pennant competition, we encourage clubs to select junior players 13 years and over to be selected for the Senior Pennants.
  • The Boys & Girls Junior Championships are organised by the BDGA in conjunction with the BDLGA.  Encourage club Junior Coordinators, both throughout Queensland and interstate, to enter players in these Championships.
  • Work with all BDLGA clubs to encourage them to provide beginner clinics for junior girls throughout the year.
  • Endeavour to acquire more sponsors for Junior Girls’ golf.

Junior Player Profile