The very popular Antigua Prep Tour has been a Southwest PGA breeding ground for top junior golfers for over 30 years. The tour is a series of one-day tournaments for boys and girls 18 and under. There are eight (8) separate Districts in Arizona and Southern Nevada with six events in each District. Top players from each District will qualify to play in the season ending Antigua Junior Prep Tour Championship held at Oakcreek Country Club in Sedona, Arizona, July 31 - August 1.
Changes to the Tour this year include more accommodating 3, 6, 9, and 18 hole divisions for juniors to graduate through.
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Spectators are welcome to attend and follow play during the Antigua Junior Prep Tour. Spectators must stay in the rough or on cart paths and at least 25 yards from players at all times. Motorized carts for spectators will not be permitted. Spectators are not allowed to give advice to the players or carry on conversations with players. Players will be penalized for any action that might be construed as advice by a spectator.Spectators are required to use proper etiquette during the stipulated rounds and not be detrimental to any player, official, or volunteer within the event. Any infraction of the spectator policy may result in the immediate removal of the spectator from the facility.
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