Future Champions Golf is pleased to announce the points race for the 2019 FCG World Series Tournament System! The FCG World Series has quickly become one of the best junior golf series in the world with several massive events offering opportunities for all ages of junior golfers to compete with kids from around the world in their respective age divisions.  The FCG World Series Points Race has teamed up with Callaway Golf and the following PGA and LPGA Tour Players for the Annual Award.

Earn Points at 2019 FCG World Series Events starting with the FCG National Championship and ending at the 2019 FCG International Junior Golf Championship July 1-5, 2019!  Awards presentation will be held at the 2019 FCG Callaway World Championship at the Westin Mission Hills Resort on Sunday July 14, 2019.


Aaron Wise – Boys 15-18 Division Ambassador 

Aaron is a former FCG Tour player who was very successful throughout all levels of the FCG Tour.  He ended his FCG career winning the 2014 FCG National Championship at Sycuan/ Steele Canyon GC.  He went on to play College Golf at University of Oregon where in his Sophomore Year he won the NCAA Men’s Division 1 Golf Championship.  He then turned professional and quickly earned his PGA Tour card for 2018 and in just a few starts won a PGA Tour Event!  He was recently awarded the 2018 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year Award. 
2018 FCG Aaron Wise Award Winner: Owen Avrit


Xander Schauffele – Boys 13-14 Division Ambassador 

Xander also grew up playing some FCG Tournaments as junior golfer growing up in San Diego, CA.  Surprising to many but Xander finished in 17th place in the 2010 FCG National Championship (View Leaderboard). Since his junior golf days he went on to play college golf at SDSU and was a standout player.  He then earned his PGA Tour card in 2017 and won twice in his rookie season becoming the 2017 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year,  Xander recently won again, this time a PGA Tour World Golf Championship!
2018 FCG Xander Schauffele Award Winner: Kyle Kolodziej


Michelle Wie – Girls 15-18 Division Ambassador 

Michelle is is an American professional golfer who plays on the LPGA Tour. At age 10, she became the youngest player to qualify for a USGA amateur championship. Wie also became the youngest winner of the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links and the youngest to qualify for an LPGA Tour event. She turned professional shortly before her 16th birthday in 2005, accompanied by an enormous amount of publicity and endorsements. She won her first major at the 2014 U.S. Women’s Open. (Source – Wikipedia)
2018 FCG Michelle Wie Award Winner: Ashley Lau Jen Wen


Morgan Pressel – Girls 13-14 Division Ambassador 

Morgan is an American professional golfer, currently playing on the LPGA Tour. In 2001, as a 12-year-old, she became the youngest player to qualify for the U.S. Women’s Open. She was the 2005 American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) Player of the Year, and won the 2006 AJGA Nancy Lopez Award. She turned pro at age 17, and is the youngest-ever winner of a modern LPGA major championship, which vaulted her to a career-high fourth in the world rankings.[1] 
2018 FCG Morgan Pressel Award Winner: Ashley Yun and Euna Kawabata

13-14 and 15-18 Division Points Events on the FCG World Series Tournament Schedule

  1. 2018/ 2019 – FCG National Championship 12/27-30 and 1/5-6 (Double Points Event)
  2. 2019 FCG Western States Cup
  3. 2019 FCG Texas Championship
  4. 2019 FCG Vegas Championship
  5. 2019 FCG Memorial Weekend Championship
  6. 2019 FCG Challenge Cup
  7. 2019 FCG International Championship 7/1-5 (Double Points Event)

11-12, 9-10, and 7-8 Divisions Points Race throughout FCG World Series Divisions

  1. 2018/ 2019 – FCG National Championship
  2. 2019 FCG Texas Championship
  3. 2019 FCG Vegas Championship
  4. 2019 FCG International Championship 7/4-5 (Double Points Event)
  • You must be a 2019 FCG Tour Member to Win Player of the Year and you must play in a minimum of 2 Events.
  • Top 10 Players in each age division will earn points at each event
  • The FCG National Championship and FCG International Championship are DOUBLE points events for 13-14 and 15-18 Division.
  • Regular Points Breakdown for each event:
    • 1st Place: 1000 Points
    • 2nd Place: 700 Points
    • 3rd Place: 550 Points
    • 4th Place: 400 Points
    • 5th Place: 350 Points
    • 6th Place: 300 Points
    • 7th Place: 250 Points
    • 8th Place: 200 Points
    • 9th Place: 150 Points
    • 10th Place: 100 Points

Awards and Recognition

    • FCG will present Points Race Champion at the welcome party at the 2019 FCG Callaway World Championship at Westin Mission Hills to come up on stage and receive their award.  
      • Bonus: Each division Player of the Series winner will win Free Lifetime Basic Membership to Future Champions Golf
    • Top 10 in points will earn an exemption into the FCG Invitational at La Costa, the FCG National Championship and the
      FCG Callaway World Championship. 
    • Top 10 Players in each division will be recognized as FCG All-World Players for the 2019 Season on our website.

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