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How the CAGT began

Cincinnati has some great youth golf talent and many quality courses for these amateurs to develop their talent. High school area players are able to compete during their school season, but there is no summer Tour located soley in the Cincinnati area. 2011 was the inaugural season for the Cincinnati Amateur Golf Tour. The Tour is for men's and women's high school age players and played in a similar concept to the PGA tour. The Tour concludes with an exciting championship round that is handicapped to allow all members an equal opportunity to win.

 

Mission

The Cincinnati Amateur Golf Tour offers a superior junior tour experience. Our goal is to help develop younger golfers as well as provide outstanding competitions on a local level. In addition, this program strives to foster sportsmanship and integrity among its members.

 

Conferences

The CAGT invites players from the following conferences: Greater Miami Conference (GMC), Greater Catholic League (GCL), Girls Greater Cincinnati League (GGCL), Eastern Cincinnati Conference (ECC), Cincinnati Hills League (CHL), Miami Valley Conference (MVC), Southwest Ohio Conference (SWOC), Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC), Greater Western Ohio Conference (GWOC), and Northern Kentucky Athletic Conference (NKAC).

 

Note that to participate you do not have to participate in one of these conferences. We welcome all junior players.

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Thanks for your excellent coordination and hard work in putting everything together! Even though the 1st event was rained out, the event was professionally run. - Mark Durbin

Thanks so much for letting Ben join the CAGT late this year. He really enjoyed it and will definitely register early next year - Cassie Belmonte

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