Oakland Hills Country Club proudly welcomes a slate of eight USGA Championships to be hosted over the coming decades beginning with the 76th U.S. Junior Amateur Championship.

This July, we invite you to walk the storied grounds of our renowned courses while witnessing the next generation of elite golf with a minimal ropes experience, closely following players from tee-to-green.

All Championship rounds are open to the public and free to attend. 
Complimentary public parking at Bloomfield Hills High School with shuttle to/from Oakland Hills.

The U.S. Junior Championship is considered among the most difficult of all USGA championships to win. To earn a spot in the field, male golfers aged 18 and younger must be ranked among the world’s top amateurs or successfully advance through one of 42 qualifying events held in late spring and early summer.

Winning the Junior Amateur has marked a pivotal moment in the careers of future major champions, including: Johnny Miller (1964), David Duval (1989), Tiger Woods (1991, 92, 93), Brian Harman (2003), Jordan Spieth (2009, 11), Scottie Scheffler (2013)

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