Future Tour Championships



2017 Future Tour Championship

Greenville Golf and Country Club

June 3-4, 2017



Format & Eligibility

Entry Procedure

Age Groups

Open to male and female amateurs through the summer immediately following graduation from high school or their 19th birthday, whichever comes first.


Tournament website:




MJGA Points will be awarded to Mississippi Players who are MJGA members.

Junior Golf Scoreboard Points will be awarded to all participants.



AJGA stars will awarded to all players, if the tournament meets their guidelines.


18 Holes-$160.00

 9 Holes- $85.00

 6 Holes- $70.00


Please return entry form and payment to:

Greenville Golf and Country Club

PO Box 4966

Greenville, MS 38701


Deadline Extended: May 1


Please call Dr. Bill Brozovich 662-822-6461 with questions or Nic Ellison at 662-332-7210.

Boys Division 16-18 Year Olds

Boys Division 14-15 Year Olds   

Boys Division 12-13 Year Olds    

Boys Division 10-11 Year Olds  

Boys Division 8-9 Year Olds

Boys Division 5-7 Year Olds

Girls Division 13-18 Year Olds

Girls Division 10-12 Year Olds

Girls Division 5-9 Year Olds


Friday, June 2: Registration (8:00am to 4:00pm). Practice rounds for all age groups and putting contest for all age groups.

Saturday, June 3: First round of play and banquet at 7:30pm. Player's banquet ticket is included in the entry fee.

Sunday, June 4: Final round of play for all division and trophy presentations.

Practice Round

Host Hotel

AJGA Performance Stars

Please call the Greenville CC pro shop at 662-332-7210 to reserve a practice round.

Hampton Inn-Greenville

1155 VFW Road

Greenville, MS



Harlow's Casino Resort

4250 HWY 82 West

Greenville, MS


AJGA stars will be awarded if field size requirements are met for the tournament.

Rules and Regulations

All entrants agree to abide by all MJGA Rules and Regulations concerning dress codes, gentlemanly conduct on the Club premises and course beverage policies. Individuals may not bring beverages on the club premises. Contestants (and their caddies) are to observe proper golf etiquette at all times. Any abuse or disrespect of fellow competitors, officials, spectators, employees of the host facility, or other persons conducting or attending an MJGA sponsored event can be grounds for disqualification from the event and possible rejection of entry for future MJGA events. Such abuse may be verbal or physical or threat thereof and includes, but is not limited to: the use of obscene language, physical damage to property or equipment of the MJGA or host facility. Appropriate golf attire is required at all MGA events. This includes collared shirts with sleeves that must be properly tucked in at all times, walking shorts or slacks. The dress code of the host facility will prevail if there is any question. All MJGA Tournaments are soft spoke only events.