The Buffalo District Golf Association has revamped the former team concept of
Inter-club Junior Golf. The new format will provide junior golfers with the opportunity to compete in 3 individual stroke play events hosted by BDGA Member Clubs. Players will compete for points to earn a spot to respresent the BDGA at the annual Williamson Cup tournament as well as the Interdistrict Championship. 

There are 13 boys' tournaments that will count towards the Boys' Junior and Sub-Junior "Player of the Year". The first 11 events will determine who gets invited to compete in the Williamson Cup (top-3 juniors, the fourth is a committee pick) and Tri-Cities (top-6 juniors and sub-juniors).

Points Lists (PDF): Boys Juniors (15-18)  //  Boys' Sub-Juniors (14 & Under)

To be eligible, players must play in 2 of 3 BDGA junior majors (BDGA Jr. stroke play, Jr. match play, and/or Erie County Amateur) and 1 of 2 BDGA IJGS events. For complete terms and conditions, including the points schedule, click here.

The Williamson Cup

The Williamson Cup, established in 1964, is an international junior competition with teams representing 11 different golf associations from the northeastern United States and Canada. The Buffalo District Golf Association was one of four original teams to compete in the inaugural Williamson Cup hosted by Winged Foot Golf Club. The BDGA's first victory coming in 1966 at Atlantic City Country Club, followed by a successful defense of the title in 1967 at the Country Club of Buffalo. 

Each year the BDGA sends four junior golfers from the region to compete in the Williamson Cup, the BDGA Team will consist of the Top-3 Players on the BDGA Junior Points List as well as a fourth player, who is chosen by the BDGA Board of Directors. 

The BDGA is set to host the 2021 Williamson Cup at the Country Club of Buffalo on August 9th & 10th 

 To learn more about this event, click here.