Junior Skills Challenge

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What is the Junior Skills Challenge?

Scottish Golf’s Junior Skills Challenge is an exciting event open to junior golfers across the country. Designed to develop the key skills of putting, chipping and driving, the Junior Skills Challenge will provide players with the chance to track their Regional and National rankings throughout the year and be in with a chance to win a place at our National Finals during the AIG Women’s Open. 

Using the interactive online National Leaderboard below, your juniors will compete with other players in their age category and gender across the country and track their performance, while providing your Club with a great Skills Challenge format that you can use throughout the year as a great addition to your junior programme.

The competition is split into the following four age categories with a Boys and Girls section in each:

To find out more information about the Junior Skills Challenge, check out the video below from our National Final at Carnoustie during the AIG Women’s Open in 2021.

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National Leaderboard

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Junior Skills Challenge Results:

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All Clubs Invited

All clubs in Scotland are invited to register for the Junior Skills Challenge, which will enable your juniors to be added to the National Leaderboard. All scores must be uploaded on to the leaderboard by Sunday 17th July when the finalists will be selected. The top FIVE nationally ranked players in each of the specified age categories, in both genders, will be invited to take part in the Junior Skills Challenge Final at the AIG Women’s Open on Saturday 6st August.

All ties are calculated using an automatic formula built into the National Leaderboard. Ranking is therefore first determined by total score, then eliminating driving and then chipping.

Running a Skills Challenge Event at your Club/Facility

After registering for the Junior Skills Challenge, your club/facility will receive an event kit, enabling you to run your own Skills Challenge as well as uploading your results online. The event kit includes the following:

How can we get involved?

Login to your club account to register for the Junior Skills Challenge, upload scores and access the supporting resources.

If you require further help with taking part in the Junior Skills Challenge or running a Skills Challenge Event at your club, please contact