|Girls Americas Cup: The Girls Americas Cup is one of the finest junior golf team tournaments offered to girls 17 years and younger. 18 teams from western United States including Hawaii and the countries of Canada and Mexico are invited to participate. The tournament is hosted by each state on a rotating basis. Arizona last hosted the Matches in 2006, when they were conducted at the beautiful Oro Valley Country Club. Hosting this event was an exciting and wonderful experience for our Committee and our state. Each year, 4 junior girl golfers are chosen to represent our state by their success in Junior Golf Association of Arizona tournaments and championships. This is a once in a lifetime experience and a great reward for the girls who have worked so hard to qualify for the Arizona Team. Being a part of the four-girl Arizona team is a distinctive honor. The Arizona Girls Junior Americas Cup team is fully funded by the AWGA.|
Mary Cave Cup: The Mary Cave Cup was established in San Diego in 2003. It is named in honor of the first womens' golf coach at San Diego State University. The format is a two-girl team playing a better-ball, 36-hole tournament. The Mary Cave Cup has always been played in the San Diego area, the last three years at the Sycuan Resort. Each year, the JGAA selects a team of girls based on their performance in Arizona events to represent our state in the competition. Arizona sends a team, funded by the AWGA, each year to compete in this wonderful event.
JGAA Tournaments: These highly competitive events are open to all qualified members of the JGAA. Many serve as qualifiers to national events as well as to JGAA invitational tournaments. Members of Arizona's four state teams, the Junior Girls and Junior Boys Americas Cup teams, the Mary Cave Cup team, and the Hogan Cup team, are also selected based on stipulated criteria in designated state tournaments. These two-day and three-day events are held at courses through out Arizona.