Scholarship Applications now be accepted for Graduating High School Seniors:
The Grants and Scholarship Committee of the AT&T Pebble Beach Junior Golf Association will be awarding college scholarships for current members of the Association who will be attending college in the Fall of 2018. These scholarships (6) will be awarded to graduating high school seniors that are current junior golf members planning on entering college in the Fall of 2018.
All eligible candidates for scholarships must be active members of the Association and have a record of attending at least six events in their junior golf career. The candidate’s golf proficiency will not be a consideration in selecting the successful applicant. Please let the Association know if you are going to receive any athletic or academic scholarship from the college you plan to attend as NCAA specified rulings may affect your eligibility for our scholarships.
To be considered by the Grants and Scholarship Committee, each applicant must complete and submit the scholarship application, required documents and photo before March 15th. The Committee will then contact the applicant's high school and golf professionals associated with our program for their evaluations and interview the applicant with his/her parents or guardians.
If you are interested in submitting a scholarship application, please request an application (831-625-1555 or email@example.com), complete the application with the required documents and photo and return it as soon as possible to:
AT&T Pebble Beach Junior Golf Association
Grants and Scholarship Committee
P.O. Box 4548
Carmel, California 93921
APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN MARCH 15, 2018
BAY CUP 2017
TO BE HELD OCTOBER 21
Pasatiempo Golf Club
Our Annual "Ryder Cup format" match play competition between the AT&T Pebble Beach Junior Golf Association and Santa Cruz Junior Golf Association will be held October 21 at Pasatiempo Golf Club 20 Clubhouse Rd, Santa Cruz, CA.
The leaders in our 9 and 18-hole divisions will be invited to play in this Ryder Cup format event against the best players of Santa Cruz Junior Golf Association. The top 2 players from Platinum, Gold & Silver Divisions (Total of 12 players: 2 from Boys and 2 from Girls). The cutoff for points accumulation is the Tournament at Quail Lodge, Sept 10, 2017. Keep playing, earn those points, and make it to Pasatiempo to help us win the Cup back from Santa Cruz!
SUNDAY APRIL 23, 2017 - SCHOLARSHIP PRESENTATION & SPRING CHAMPIONSHIP
at PETER HAY GOLF COURSE
Inaugural Bay Cup Matches SUNDAY OCTOBER 16, 2016 CARMEL VALLEY RANCH
A planned Annual match play competition between the AT&T Pebble Beach Junior Golf Association and Santa Cruz Junior Golf Association was held October 16 at Carmel Valley Ranch. The leaders in our respective competition divisions were invited to play in this Ryder Cup format event against the best players of Santa Cruz Junior Golf Association. The weather made for a fun change, as we "stormed" through it, enduring high winds and 1/2" of rain at beautiful Carmel Valley Ranch. We had 7 matches, a total of 18 points. 4 matches were 18 hole matches comprised of team (alternate shot) and individual matches. Our 3 9-hole matches played individual match play. There was some great play out there, as both teams secured points in the first round of matches. Santa Cruz edged it out, winning the Inaugural Bay Cup, 12.5 to 5.5. The real winner was all the great kids, AT&T Pebble Beach Juniors, Santa Cruz Juniors, and junior golf in general! We are very proud of all our players, and we wanted to thank them all and thank Pebble Beach Company, Carmel Valley Ranch, Bay Federal Credit Union and Adidas, as we outfitted them in custom AT&T Logo'd shirts, jackets, and hats.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 2 , 2016 - FALL CHAMPIONSHIP @ PETER HAY GOLF COURSE
65 formidable AT&T Juniors took on Peter Hay at our Fall Championship Sunday, October 2nd. It was a great event put on with Pebble Beach COMPANY graciously donating tee prizes, and Jim & Linda Tunney donating Pizza! While many players played well at the iconic Par-3 course located at Pebble Beach, only one player could beat Caleb Barstad's great round of (1-under) 26.
REED MCCULLOUGH, OUR AT&T PEBBLE BEACH JUNIOR GOLF ASSOCIATION PETER HAY FALL CHAMPION, SHOT A 2-UNDER 25, EARNING HIS NAME ETCHED INTO THE PERPETUAL TROPHY, WHICH IS KEPT AT THE TROPHY CASE AT SPANISH BAY! CONGRATULATIONS TO REED AND THE REST OF OUR JUNIORS FOR ANOTHER GREAT DAY WITH AT&T!
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 25 , 2016 - 76 JUNIORS PARTICIPATED IN OUR POPPY HILLS CHAMPIONSHIP IN A FALL HEAT WAVE
monday july 18, 2016 - 50 JUNIORS participated in our
Nicklaus Club Championship in British Open conditions!
PETER HAY BRONZE/COPPER/SILVER TOURNAMENT JUNE 26 2016
Corral de Tierra Tournament June 20 2016 vs. SVJGA
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2016 SCHOLARS
Building on our continued success from 2015, we welcome you to the 2016 season.
Membership renewals are now active. For $35, you'll have access to tournaments and clinics, a NCGA Youth on Course membership, and all of our other program benefits — greens fees for kids, summer lesson series, and more.
And because of our membership growth, the Gold Division is back! Your son or daughter may be eligible for this division. Please contact us for instructions on divisional placement.
The 2016 AT&T Pebble Beach Junior Golf Association season kicks off with the Peter Hay Tournament on April 17th.
Register now under the "Signup and Play" above. Cost per player is $35 and includes golf, tee prizes, and pizza and snacks as well as crystal trophies for divisional winners!
The AT&T Pebble Beach Junior Golf Association Changes Young Lives
Ashley Hunter, former AT&T Pebble Beach Junior Golf Association scholarship recipient, recently wrote the Association with her gratitude for helping her achieve her dream of graduating from Cal. Congratulations Ashley (and Go Bears!).
CARMEL VALLEY RANCH CHAMPIONSHIP
August 23, 2015, Carmel Valley Ranch Golf Course, Carmel, CA
The AT&T Pebble Beach Junior Golf Association's Carmel Valley Ranch Championship was held on a beautiful, breezy, late-summer day in Carmel Valley. 64 kids came out and braved he challenging, hilly Pete Dye design—A day capped by Josh Yeater's Hole in One on #7.
Michael Shudoma and Megan Yang captured the Platinum divisions. Alexander Iniakov captured 1st place in Boys Silver, with sister Nikki Iniakov winning the Girls Silver crown. Cullen Pritchard and Evan Russo sealed victories in boys Bronze and Copper respectively, while Makenna Tarsitano and Caitlin Yang, brought home trophies in Girls Bronze and Copper. Thanks to all of the players, parents, volunteers, tournament directors and board members for making this tournament a success.
NICKLAUS CLUB-MONTEREY CHAMPIONSHIP
July 27, 2015, Nicklaus Club-Monterey Golf Course, Monterey, CA
The AT&T Pebble Beach Junior Golf Association's Nicklaus Club Championship was a great success. 45 kids came out and braved the heat on the challenging Jack Nicklaus signature design course. Chana Kim and Megan Yang captured the Platinum divisions, although everyone who walked all 18 in the Platinum division deserves some credit. Caleb Barstad won 1st place in Boys Silver along with Nikki Iniakov in Girls Silver. Newcomers Alexander Jarvis and RU Russo sealed victories in boys Bronze and Copper respectively, while the Abanico sisters, Kristina and Anjela, brought home trophies in Girls Bronze and Copper. It was a great day on the links, everyone made some new friends (even a snake!), had a great day of competition on a great course, everyone received greens fees for kids coupons, and the Bronze and Copper divisions took home some cool new custom AT&T tshirts.
RANCHO CAÑADA CHAMPIONSHIP
May 17, 2015, Ranch Cañada Golf Club, Carmel, CA
Chloe Corriveau and Drew Sharek Capture Platinum Titles
Chloe Corriveau, a former Santa Catalina Prep heading to the University of Washington to play Division I golf, shot a 2-over, 73, besting Coco Chai to win the Girls Platinum Division.
In the Boys Platinum Division, Drew Sharek took the honors with an impressive 1-under, 70, to beat Matthew Lynberg (+3, 74) and Zach Haines (+3, 74). Matthew edged out Zach after 5 holes of a putting playoff.