The summer season is upon us and you may find yourself scrambling to assemble your tournament schedule for the upcoming months. What tournaments are worth the investment of your time and finances? At what level does your daughter have the highest potential for growth and success? How can you leverage your summer tournament schedule to maximize your daughter’s development?
Join us on Thursday, June 6, at 7 p.m. for a special webinar to break down this question! Peggy Kirk Bell Girls’ Golf Tour Co-Founder and Tour Director, Mike Parker, will lead a presentation focusing on the best way to schedule your summer tournament season with your daughter’s best interest in mind.
What we’ll cover in this event
The reasoning behind the PKBGT Progression Pathway
The PKBGT Progression Pathway has a place for golfers of all experience levels, whether they’re just starting out or a seasoned PKBGT veteran! We’ll focus on each step of the pathway and the various requirements to advance to the next level.
Are the PKBGT Regional Series right for you?
The PKBGT offers six regional series across the east coast of the United States, ranging from Central Florida to the Delaware Valley! These events are designed for golfers of all levels, providing a fun and friendly environment on a premium golf course for developmental golfers to “get in the swing of things” in playing tournament golf. We’ll assess whether the PKBGT Regional Series is a smart choice for your daughter!
The summer tournament landscape
Out of school and free to choose from the many options when it comes to the slew of summer tournaments across the country, it can feel overwhelming when trying to direct the benefits of each option. We’ll take a look at the various tournaments and how your daughter can benefit from different events.
Are rankings important when I’m ranked over 2,000 on NJGS?
The rankings system can be a complex subject to understand. Are they an important factor if your daughter is ranked outside the Top 2,000 on the National Junior Golf Scoreboard? We’ll break down how the rankings system impacts your daughter when they are ranked over 2,000 on the NJGS!
What to do when you’re a late bloomer
Not every player picks up a club at an early age? Many PKBGT members begin their golfing career at a later stage in life. There’s no need to worry! We’ll cover the best plan for a late bloomer, and direct a plan toward a successful career on the PKBGT and beyond!
How do top-ranked events help my ranking? An overview of strength of field and its effect on your ranking
Not all events are created and ranked equally. In assembling your summer schedule, you may wonder how top-ranked events can help your rankings. We’ll be going over strength of field in its entirety: what determines the strength of field and how it can effect your ranking!
About PKBGT Tour Director, Mike Parker
Mike brings over 17 years of tournament operation experience, including co-founding the PKBGT with Robert Linville in 2007 and serving as its Tour Director since inception. Mike has also directed the Precision Golf Junior Championshipsfor ten years and was a Site Director for the U.S. Kid’s Golf World Championships for five.
If you’re looking for the answers to the puzzle of scheduling your summer tournament schedule, join us on Thursday, June 6 at 7 p.m. for our webinar! Following the presentation, you will be able to ask any additional questions you may have about the process!
About the PKBGT
Founded in 2007 by the Triad Youth Golf Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization, as a local girls’ golf tour in the Triad region of North Carolina, the tour began as a simple concept: create more effective competitive playing opportunities for girls. By utilizing innovative yardage-based divisions instead of the traditional age-based format, the tour focused on developing tournament experience at the player’s pace. The 2019 season will feature over 90 tournaments in 9 states on the East Coast and with over 900 members, the PKBGT is the largest girl’s only tour in the country. Learn more about the PKBGT at http://www.pkbgt.org/.