Mini Mulligans Tour
The new Mini Mulligans Tour will act as a developmental tour, targeted towards beginner junior golfers ages 6 to 9 who do not have any other event/tournament options. The tour will also serve as a feeder Tour for the MAPGA Junior Golf Tour.
There is no membership fee. Each tournament would cost $25 dollars for the six-hole division and $15 for the three-hole division. Entry fee covers golf and lunch following the event.
The tour will consist of 10 events in the Greater DC & Baltimore areas. Each event will have tee times starting at 9 a.m. and finish by noon.
Mini Mulligan Tee Distances
Par 3 30 – 70 yards
Par 4 125 – 175 yards
Par 5 200 – 250 yards
Mini Mulligans Fact Sheet 2016
The Mini Mulligans Tour will consist of 9 events in the Greater DC & Baltimore areas, as well as a kick-off party at TopGolf Loudon. This tour is a developmental tour, targeted towards beginner juniors ages 6 to 9.
6-9 – Should have some basic golf ability e.g. can grip and swing a club.
6-7-year-olds – They will play three holes. Better players may “play up” into the next level.
8-9-year-olds – They will play six holes. If you are a 10-year-old that is not that experienced or isn’t ready for nine holes, you may play this tour as well.
Mini Mulligans ages 6-7 will play 3 holes from the Gold Family Tees.
Mini Mulligans ages 8-9 will play 6 holes from the Golf Family Tees.
A player shall take no more than 10 strokes before reaching the green on a hole. Once 10 strokes are reached, the player must pick up his ball and place it on the putting green. A player shall take no more than 3 putts per hole. If a player’s ball ends in a bunker, the player may take 2 attempts to get the ball out. If the ball is not out after 2 attempts, remove the ball with no penalty and place it outside of the bunker.
Parents are allowed to caddy for the child playing in the Mini Mulligans Tour Event.
Pull carts are allowed for use unless prohibited by the golf course. Power carts will also be available for spectators for a charge determined by the golf course. If you are caddying for your child, you must walk and carry the bag; carts cannot be used to caddie.
1. All boys’ shirts must have collars and sleeves. All girls’ shirts must be golf type shirts. Girls’ shirts may or may not have collars and sleeves.
2. T-shirts and tank tops are not acceptable.
3. All shorts must be golf type shorts and Bermuda length. Tennis shorts, gym shorts, and short shorts are not acceptable.
4. Blue jeans or cutoffs are not acceptable.
5. Shirts must remain tucked in at all times.
6. During tournaments, all participants must wear golf or tennis shoes.
There will be no membership fee. Each tournament would cost $25 dollars for the six-hole division and $15 for the three-hole division. Entry fee covers golf and lunch following the event.
- Target executive and/or PGA Family courses in the Baltimore/Washington DC area. We are looking to have 8-10 tournaments in the summer.
- Use SNAG equipment for 6-7-year-olds who are newer to the game.
- Use the “It’s O.K.” rules for 6-7 division.8-9division would start to focus more on playingballdown and counting all strokes.
- Allow parents to caddie for kids
- Hand out participation ribbons for all and 1st, 2nd, 3rd medals for each age division
- Create the feeling of playing in a real tournament by having scorecards.