Following the conclusion of the regular season, the competition heats up as post-season play begins!
While PGA Junior League Golf is predominantly recreational and developmental in nature, there is no denying that the thrill of competition fuels some of the fun. The competitive aspect of PGA Junior League Golf also engages advanced players who critically provide peer mentoring to their younger, developing teammates.
The post-season is comprised of "All-Star" teams formed from all teams in a local league. The player composition of these All-Star teams is based on the number of teams in the local league and the final league standings.
Depending on the number of leagues in a geographic area, an All-Star team may need to compete in post-season qualifiers, section championships, sub-regional championships and regional championships in order to advance to the PGA Junior League Golf Championship.
The best teams from 8 geographic regions will then compete for the PGA Junior League Golf Championship.
Each All-Star team is made up of a combination of 10 players from the local league. Each All-Star team must have at least one player from each of the league's teams. The remaining players on the team will be determined by the final league standings. No one team is allowed to have more than five players on a league's All-Star team.
The Captain of the regular season league champion will be that league's All-Star Captain.