The 2019 Pepsi Little People’s Golf Championships - 46th Annual is a Featured golf tournament. It is located at Westview Golf Course and KC Par-3 in the fine city of Quincy, IL. The event is set to play on June 16, 2019-June 19, 2019. MORE INFO
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The Mission of the Little People’s Golf Championships Association (LPGCA) is to provide a positive competitive environment for junior golfers ages 3 through 18 through the Pepsi Little People’s Golf Championships, and to assist in the growth and development of every young man or woman who seeks quality competition and/or a college scholarship through golf. By dedicating itself to this purpose, the Pepsi Little People’s Golf Championships has built a reputation as one of the largest junior tournaments, and is the longest continuously running golf tournament in the World for golfers aged 3 through 5. Since its inception in 1974, the LPGCA has pursued this mission through the Pepsi Little People’s Golf Championships, scheduled the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday following Father’s Day each June. With the addition of one separate and optional event, the Parent-Child on Sunday preceding the tournament, the LPGCA has created Little People’s Golf Week to provide even more quality competition among junior golfers. Pepsi Little People’s in included in the AJGA Performance Based Entry system for boys/girls in the 14-18 and 12-13 age divisions. Pepsi Little People’s is a qualifier for the IMG Academy Junior World Golf Championships and is an affiliate tournament in the Future Champions Golf World Series Tournament Platform; it is a ranked tournament for the Junior Golf Scoreboard and GolfWeek/Sagarin Junior Rankings.
It’s the 46th annual tournament, and will be played at two courses in Quincy, IL, Westview Golf Course and the KC Par-3.
- Sunday, June 16 — Applebee’s Parent-Child event, and tournament registration
- Monday, June 17 — Practice rounds, tournament registration, and Picnic
- Tuesday, June 18 and Wednesday, June 19 — Competition in all age divisions (3-5, 6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, 14-15 and 16-18); prize presentation following completion of each division.