Fieldstone Golf Club Needs Volunteers for AJGA Tournament

Your Fieldstone Golf Club of Auburn Hills for the fourth consecutive year is hosting the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) with their early season Tournament on May 2nd & 3rd, practice round on May 1st.  We are fortunate to bring such a fine organization to Auburn Hills to showcase our city and golf course.  In order to properly manage the tournament the AJGA & Fieldstone are in need of volunteers to facilitate tournament play for the event.  Positions are numerous and we will utilize approximately 20 volunteers each day of tournament play.  Review the attached flier for further information and direction in assisting the juniors and tournament organizers.   

Quotes from past star volunteers:

“I had a great experience as a volunteer for the AJGA tournament.  It was fun to watch these young, talented golfers enthusiastically take on Fieldstone Golf Course!  Perhaps one of them will be the next Rory McIlroy!”  - Karen Blinkilde

“Volunteering for the AJGA tournament was a very enjoyable and memorable experience. Having the chance to meet young competitors from all of the country was fascinating to me. Their skill level is amazing to watch. These kids really enjoy the game and they truly appreciate everything the Fieldstone staff and volunteers do to make the tournament a success.  This is one of the most polite and appreciative group of young adults I have ever worked with. “ - Jim Manning

About the AJGA  
The AJGA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the overall growth and development of young men and women who aspire to earn college golf scholarships through competitive junior golf.  The AJGA is an outstanding junior golf organization with over 6,000 junior golfers, 61 full time staff and 50 interns managing 170 annual tournaments throughout the entire country.  Their impressive junior programs graduate some of the finest golfers in the nation with over 300 past players now on the PGA and LPGA Tours that have racked up over 600 tour victories.  Their programs are so impressive all junior golf organizations refer to the AJGA Point System for juniors competing on regional and local levels.   I have always referred to  the AJGA as the PGA Tour of Junior Golf.  For more information feel free to log into