Lou Perry Tour Championship

2023 Lou Perry Champions Jameson Corbin and Anika Okuda

It is the Tour's most enhanced tournament in recent history. Formerly known as The Tour Championship, the event's name and appearance got a makeover in 2020, making it a must-see spectacle in Kentucky Junior Golf.

Who is Lou Perry?

Lou Perry passed away in 2011 at the age of 67, but donated a generous sum of money to the Kentucky Golf Foundation to ensure Kentucky's disadvantaged youth would have the opportunity to experience the joys of golf prior to his passing.

What is the significance of the tournament?

The Lou Perry Tour Championship is the final tournament of the Tour's season. The two-round competition brings the Tour's best together in the season finale to decide the season-long points races and the recipients of the tournament trophies.


Only Tour members are eligible to compete in the Tour Championship. Invitations are issued to Tour Members based on their performance during the 2024 season. Invitations will be extended to (a) Winners of Series or Championship Events that play at least three events on Kentucky PGA Junior Tour schedule; and (b) Players’ standing on the Player of the Year list with these restrictions;

18 Hole Divisions

Boys 16-18 Division                  Top 15 on Player of the Year Points List

Boys 13-15 Division                   Top 10 on Player of the Year Points List

  Girls 16-18 Division                 Top 15 on Player of the Year Points List

Girls 13-15 Division                 Top 5 on Player of the Year Points List


9 Hole Divisions

Boys 11-12 Division                    Top 5 on Player of the Year Points List

Boys 10 & Under Division         Top 5 on Player of the Year Points List

Girls 10-12 Division                    Top 5 on Player of the Year Points List

Boys 8 & Under Division            Top 3 on Player of the Year Points List

Girls 9 & Under Division            Top 3 on Player of the Year Points List

*Special invites may be extended beyond these restrictions to fill the field in each division.


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About Golf House Kentucky

Golf House Kentucky is the umbrella organization for Kentucky’s Family of Golf Organizations: Kentucky Golf Association, Kentucky PGA and Kentucky Golf Foundation. The vision of Kentucky’s golf leaders, Golf House Kentucky was founded in 1978, and is headquartered in a picturesque country setting in Louisville, Kentucky. Golf House Kentucky conducts competitions for golfers of all ages, gender and skill levels (amateur, professional and junior), and provides valuable services to Kentucky PGA professionals and member golf facilities. Working in partnership with the USGA, Golf House Kentucky provides individual golfers and member golf facilities with a wide range of services: Handicapping, USGA Course and Slope Rating, award programs, club consulting and golf management software. The family’s philanthropic affiliate, Kentucky Golf Foundation promotes the Kentucky Golf Hall of Fame, Kentucky golf museum and provides grant and scholarship programs for youth in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

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