44th Boys Junior North & South Qualifier



Since 1895, Pinehurst and Championship Golf have been synonymous.  Pinehurst held its first marquee event in 1902, The North South Amateur, today a staple in competitive amateur golf. Subsequently Pinehurst has had the privilege to host the PGA Championship (1936), US Amateur (1962, 2008, 2019), Men’s US Open (1999, 2004, 2014) and the Women’s US Open (2014).  Now, you will have the opportunity to play where the greats have played.



Non-Exempt Applicants who do not gain entry into the championship field will have the opportunity to qualify. There will be a minimum of 3 spots in the field that will be available in the stroke play portion of the Championship proper. These and any additional spots will be determined at the Open Qualifier scheduled on July 2nd 2022 at Pinehurst No. 6. The first 70 players who submit payment (on or after May 18th) to compete in the qualifier will be entered.


Practice Rounds can be scheduled through the Course No. 6 (910-235-8145) and can be scheduled for July 1st.


Qualifying Round Details:

When: July 2, 2022
Where: Pinehurst No. 6
Time: Tee times will be between 12:00pm-2:00pm

Tees: Blue Tees (approx 6,600 yds)
Spots available: 11 +
Cost: $75



Successful qualifiers will have their $75 payment applied to the Championship Proper and will be charged the remaining balance of $175.


Field Limited to 70 players


Qualifying practice rounds will be available on July 1st on an as available basis. The practice round fee will be $35. PRACTICE ROUNDS ARE FOR CONTESTANTS ONLY.


Players must walk and carry their own bag or use a Push/Pull cart during the Tournament.


The Pinehurst Tournament Office is the headquarters for the 44th Junior North & South Amateur Championship.  If you have any questions, or need additional information, please contact us at tournaments@pinehurst.com or 910-235-8140 (toll free 1-800-795-4653, choose option 3).

Thank you again for applying to the 44th Junior North & South Amateur. We wish you all the best with your tournament endeavors this year.