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Junior Cup Golf Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

What communities does Junior Cup Golf serve? If my community isn't available, how can my kid(s) get involved with a Junior Cup Golf program?

Junior Cup Golf currently hosts teams for junior golfers that reside in the following school districts: Brookfield East, Germantown, Kettle Moraine, Menomonee Falls, and Sussex Hamilton. We continue to evaluate expansion opportunities to serve additional communities. We may also host other golf events or opportunities that aren't restricted by residential boundaries. If your community isn't listed and you have interest in joining a team as we expand, please complete the Team Golf Interest Survey to notify us of your interest.

What is the time commitment involved to participate on a Junior Cup Golf team?

The time commitment is very reasonable to allow our participants to be involved with other sports, school activities, and family commitments. Practices are once per week in the winter starting around the first week of January which run until the end of April or when the weather gets nicer. After that, most of the outdoor activities are matches that run in May and early June.

Where will the practices be held in the winter? How often are winter practices? What day of the week will practices be held?

Junior Cup Golf winter practices are held at our new indoor training facility. The new facility is centrally located approximately 20 minutes or less from the communities we currently serve. Junior Cup Golf invested heavily in simulator technology, professionally installed putting space, short game area, and media spaces to create the best training facility dedicated to juniors that our area has ever seen!

Practices will be held indoors once per week from January to April. Each community based team will be divided by grade level and assigned a timeslot to train with teammates each week. The assigned time and day of the week is communicated shortly after teams are formed.

What if my child misses a practice or match? Can he/she make up the missed practice or match some other time?

Most of our golfers have other winter sports and activities, so absences are not uncommon. We encourage our juniors to be multi-sport athletes. Unfortunately, there are no designated make-up times in the schedule and coordinating that for our large group of golfers would be almost impossible.

Where and when will the matches be held in the spring? Will we have to travel far to attend matches? How many matches will there be?

Matches in the spring are planned to be held at golf courses that are located reasonably around the communities that we currently serve. Matches are typically a nine hole 2v2 scramble format. Matches are scheduled on weekday evenings or weekend afternoons/evenings. On average, matches are held about once per week over the five or six week spring season. Our spring season helps prepare juniors for other competitive golf options which in many cases start around mid-June once our spring season is completed.

What are the fees involved for the winter training and spring match play season?

The costs of the each of our junior golf programs are expected to be covered by player fees and donations from supporters and sponsors. Junior Cup Golf, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Player fees are $525 for the 2024 winter training to spring season cycle. These fees for the season are not due until after the junior makes the team. Fees include:

Does my child need to have their own clubs to participate? What else do they need?

We do ask that each junior participant to bring their own golf clubs to tryouts, team practices and matches. For outdoor matches, participants should also bring golf balls, tees, and ball marker. Golf shoes are recommended for outdoor play and athletic shoes should be worn indoors. Other suitable attire should be considered depending on weather and venue.

What kind of organization is Junior Cup Golf?

Junior Cup Golf is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides opportunities to young athletes aspiring to play competitive golf in high school and fosters fun environments that promote education and development in the game of golf. While the sport of golf is traditionally an individual sport, our organization forms community-based teams of junior golfers to learn, train, and compete against other community-based teams. Junior Cup Golf not only educates junior golfers on the fundamentals of golf, but also promotes core values such as patience, respect, integrity, teamwork and sportsmanship.

What is the best way to follow the Junior Cup Golf journey?

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