Alameda Junior Golf

Promoting Recreational Golf to Local Juniors

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About Us

Alameda Junior Golf Association (AJGA) provides organized recreational golf basics and playing opportunities for junior golfers (ages 7~18) during the nine June-August Tuesday tournaments. Juniors play within their own age and gender groupings. Also conducted are two Junior-Adult team tournaments at the beginning and end of each season. AJGA emphasizes

  • Adherence to the Rules of Golf
  • Courtesies of Golf
  • Good behavior, language and sportsmanship
  • Accurate score keeping
  • Promptness to schedules
  • Care of the course
  • the JOY of playing the game of a lifetime


AJGA is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Public Benefit Corporation founded in 1991. The club is guided and operated by unpaid AJGA Board members and volunteers.

AJGA is a annual membership that aligns with the calendar year.  Please look for Membership signups at the start of each calendar year.


Support for the club is also provided by

  • Greenway Golf - the golf course operator
  • Jims on the course - the restaurant
  • the Alameda community

Welcome Parents and Members

Our 2021 Season is over.  The Board of Alameda Junior Golf is negotiating with Greenway Golf for events of 2022.  More news will be available in the next couple of months.

Membership process

Below are the AJGA Rules and the AJGA Application.  Click on these and complete the Application.

There are two ways to pay for membership.  The first is to send check or cash along with the application to Alameda Junior Golf at the address below.  The second is to pay online by clicking the Join/Renew button above. 

Regardless of your payment preference, we require that the Application be signed and sent to the address below.

The address is:
Alameda Junior Golf Asso.
1 Clubhouse Memorial Dr.
Alameda, CA 94502

COVID Updates

The COVID restrictions that were once in place have been lifted.  No masks are required.  The flag poles no longer have 'donuts' around the base and the sand traps have rakes.  However, there are a few elements with a leftover impact from the COVID restrictions.  These are:

  • There are no water containers on the course
  • The memorial stone benches have not been replaced
  • There are no ball washers at the tee boxes