Blue Ridge Junior Golf Tour, Inc.

"Building Character and Sportsmanship through Golf!"

Tour News & Notes

Bill Webster Championship at Glenrochie Country Club. Click here for brochure.

The Buckeye Junior Golf Tour based in Dayton, Ohio has reached out to us inviting interested BRJGT members to consider playing some events in northern Virginia and southern Pennsylvania.  Here is a link to their schedule.

Participants who are 12 have the option of playing in the 10-12 Age Group or the 12-13 Age Group.  In the 10-12 Age Group they play 9 holes and can have a caddie.  In the 12-13 Age Group they play 18 holes without a caddie.  Please call the BRJGT cell phone (276) 345-8786 and inform us of your desire.


Reminder .... contacting the Executive Director, Dewayne Belcher at 276-326-2089 (Home); 276-345-8786 (Cell) or at at least 48 hours prior to the tournament is the ONLY way to properly withdraw from an event.


Attention Participants & Parents


Please do not send them to the host club or give them to the BRJGT official in hopes that they will turn it in for you... YOU WILL NOT GET INTO THE EVENT OR TOURNAMENT BY DOING THIS!!

All tournament entry deadlines are one week prior the tournament. If we do not have your entry by the deadline date, you may not get in the tournament.

Tee times for each tournament have to be created and posted on the website and sent to the host clubs five days prior to the tournament.

If we receive your entry after the deadline and the age group is full, you will be placed on a waiting list, once again "first-come, first-serve," and you may only get in the tournament if there are withdrawals in that age group.


Attention BRJGT Players, Parents and Spectators

Parents and spectators need to be aware that getting too close to the player during competition puts the player at risk of receiving a two-stroke penalty and/or possible disqualification.

It is important to maintain a fair, competitive environment. Therefore, we ask that you keep the recommended distance of 50 feet away from the players.