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The FCG Big 3

Welcome to the Future Champions Golf Tour’s Big 3 Championship’s that now are three of the largest annual
events in junior golf worldwide. Learn more about these special annual tournaments we are so proud of.

The FCG Callaway World Junior Golf Championship 
Next: July 15-17, 2024

Started in 2009 we wanted to have our own FCG World Championship event. We launched it on President’s Weekend in February and although we attracted a very strong field and hosted an awesome experience with special events we didn’t attract too many players from other countries. So a few years later we moved the event to summer and teamed up with PGA West to host and had several years of awesome events.  Then we teamed up with the Westin Mission Hills Resort in Palm Desert to be the Official Home of the FCG World Championship.  We then started gaining the world’s attention and built one of the strongest events in junior golf. In 2019 we had 650 junior golfers from 40 counties with 40 college coaches in attendance and 20 tournament sponsors to help host the FCG Junior Golf Expo the night before the event.  We also worked with the local PGA Tour Superstore to host a special event after round 1.  The event had a minor setback like most things with the pandemic in 2020 and 2021 but we still managed to host two years of awesome competition but in Temecula and North County San Diego.  The event didn’t have all the extra bells and whistles due to covid-19 but the competition really was world class.  In 2022 we are so excited to bring the event back to Palm Desert and the Westin Mission Hills Resort and 10 Championship Golf Courses.

You Must Qualify to Play in the FCG Callaway World Championship
Tournament WebsiteHow to Qualify 

The FCG International Junior Golf Championship
July 1-6, 2024

We started this event in 2008 to be a nice warm up event for the IMG Junior World Championship. We originally called the event the San Diego Junior Masters and held the event with that name through 2013 until we were asked to change the name by the Masters and Augusta National.  The event was renamed the FCG International Junior Golf Championship and has been branded and built ever since to now be the largest open event in Junior Golf with over 650 junior golfers attending annually from 40 plus countries.  The event has drawn as many as 40 college golf coaches on site recruiting at the event. Past champions are playing on the PGA and LPGA Tour.
We are so proud of the growth of this Championship and the excitement that comes from this event annually.  We love seeing the kids from around the world and giving opportunity for all the US players to compete in a World Championship event without having to qualify. We do ask that all players make sure you meet the scoring requirements before registering for the event.

The FCG National Junior Golf Championship 
Next: December 21-23 and December 28-30, 2024

This is our longest running major championship that debuted in December 2008 and originally was called the San Diego Junior Amateur. We developed the event to be the premier winter break on the west coast and to be played in beautiful sunny San Diego, CA. The event was launched and filled over 200 players the first year and we were fortunate to attract Chris Williams who became the #1 Amateur in the World. He was so heavily recruited by college coaches at this event that we gained a lot of attention from college coaches which really helped grow the event.  The event continued to grow each year and we changed the name in 2015 to be named the FCG National Championship to better reflect the size and feel of the event.  Players still do not need to qualify to play in this event as it is open first come first serve and attracts 550 plus players each winter break. Past Champions are playing and winning on the PGA and LPGA Tours.

Fun fact we always share is that Xander Schauffele finished 17th in high school and is now one of the best players in the world.  This proves that if you keep working hard you can achieve anything and you don’t need to be a superstar from age 6.


  1. I started competing in the callaway world championships when I was seven years old, and I only finished 21st that year. Because that was my first time playing against top players of the same age around the world. During the two-year epidemic, I did not come out to compete. When the competition returned to Palm Springs, I participated in the ten-year-old group and won eighth place. When I was eleven years old, I placed 11th in the 11-12 year old category. I won the national cup championship in the 10-year-old group and the runner-up in the 11-12 Odyssey championship. FCG is the place where my golf dream began, and I hope it will also be the place where my dream will come true in the future. I have signed up for all three competitions this year. I hope to meet more outstanding golfers around the world and improve myself in the competition. allen lin

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