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Toyota Tour Cup

About The Toyota Tour Cup

Membership for the Toyota Tour Cup is invitation only, which can be attained by Qualifying School, Players Tour Series Points or local qualifiers. All Toyota Tour Cup events are nationally ranked by Junior Golf Scoreboard, as well as recognized by AJGA Performance Based Entry stars. The Toyota Tour Cup was established in 1999 to provide an alternative opportunity to top junior golfers to hone their skills in a competitive environment that was local. With the generous support of Toyota and the Southern California Toyota Dealers Association for the past 20+ years, we have been able to provide professionally run competitive events for juniors. The Toyota Tour Cup has proven to be a training ground for some of the best collegiate and professional golfers in our country. Toyota Tour Cup alumni include Rickie Fowler, Lizette Salas, Xander Schauffele, Mo Martin, Patrick Cantlay, Matthew Wolff, Haley Moore, Danielle Kang, Max Homa, Angel Yin, Collin Morikawa, and many others.

  • 300+ TTC Members Annually
  • Elite Junior Golfers
  • Collegiate Exposure

Toyota Tour Cup Membership

$230 Annual Membership Fee
Experience: Advanced

2023 Toyota Tour Cup Rules Quiz

2022 Toyota Tour Schedule

2023 Toyota Tour Schedule

“The Toyota Tour Cup is the ultimate proving ground for the most elite players in the program.”
Ray Belmonte – Junior Golf Senior Coordinator

Questions About The Toyota Tour Cup?

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Experience Level

The Toyota Tour Cup Series will feature a tournament schedule of 26 events, with approximately 6 of these events having special exclusions (i.e. invitational and/or exempt criteria). A few events throughout the year will be expanded field events that will consist of 90 boys and 45 girl player fields. These events will take place at 36-hole facilities or split sites with the boys competing on one golf course, while the girls will be compete on the other.

Golfers at Twin Oaks

How To Gain Entry Into The TTC

1. 2023 Players Tour Season Series Points Race:
● Spring Series (January 1st -May 31st) Boys 12-14: top 2; Boys
15-18: top 4 Girls 12-14: top 2; Girls 15-18: top 4
● Summer Series (June 1st –August 31st) Boys 12-14: top 2; Boys
15-18: top 4 Girls 12-14: top 2; Girls 15-18: top 4
● Fall Series (September 1st – December 31st) Boys 12-14: top 2;
Boys 15-18: top 4 Girls 12-14: top 2; Girls 15-18: top 4

2. Toyota Tour Cup Qualifying School: 36-hole qualifying event for a
year-long exemption to the Toyota Tour Cup. Ten percent (10%) of the final field size (boys and girls) will earn an exemption. No age divisions. The first Qualifying School will be held in May and the second will be held in December.
* Points WILL NOT BE awarded for Qualifying School.

3. Local Qualifiers: There are 15 one-day qualifiers throughout the year. From each qualifier, the top five (5) boys and top three (3) girls will earn exemptions to a specific Toyota Tour Cup tournament. The TTC event name will be listed on the qualifier page.
Players will not have the option to transfer their exemption for a different TTC event. If they choose to forgo their spot in the TTC
event that they qualified for, that spot will go to the next TTC member on the waiting list. Boys will then need to finish in the top 15 and girls in the top 10 at that TTC Event in order to retain their exemption for the remainder of the year.

4. 2023 Series Championships: The overall champion and runner-up for both boys and girls at each Series Championship will earn a Toyota Tour Cup Exemption.

TTC Exemption Conditions

  1. If a player earns an exemption from the Series Championship and the Series Points Race within the same season, an exemption will not be extended to the next player on the Series Championship  leaderboard nor the Points Race.
  2. The Series Championship TTC exemption will be given to the overall champion and overall runner-up only regardless of the players’ Toyota Tour Cup status.
  3. The SCPGA Junior Tour will only drop down to the next player on the Series Points List if a player within the top 4 for the 15-18 division or within the top 2 for the 12-14 division is fully exempt (meaning that the new TTC exemption will not extend the life of that player’s TTC membership.)
    1. If there is more than one fully exempt player at the top of the points standings, the SCPGA Junior Tour will only drop down a maximum of two players.

Guidelines For Exemption Into The TTC

  • Boys Must Place In Top 10 (Plus Ties) To Retain TTC Membership
  • Girls Must Place In Top 6 (Plus Ties) To Retain TTC Membership
  • Toyota Tour Cup Player Of The Year Recipients Will Receive Free Membership For The Following Year.
  • Players Tour Player Of The Year Points Will Be Awarded At One Day Qualifiers.
  • Spring Q-School: Top 10% of Final Field Size Receive Membership For One Full Year From Date Earned.
  • Fall Q-School: Top 10% of Final Field Size Receive Membership For Following Year.
  • Players Tour Series Points Leaders Membership Will Breakdown As Follows:
    • Spring Series Earns Membership For One Full Year From Date Earned.
    • Summer Series Earns Membership For Remainder Of Current Year And Entirety Of Following Year.
    • Fall Series Earns Membership For The Following Year Only.

2022 Player of the Year Points

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Toyota Tour Cup At Olivas Links

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Toyota Tour Cup At Oak Valley February 15th-17th, 2020

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April 17, 2020

Karen Tsuru And Connor Williams Start The 2020 TTC Season Off Right BEAUMONT, CA | The Toyota Tour Cup kicked its season off at Oak Valley Golf Club.

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2019 Toyota Tour Cup Championship

2019 Toyota Tour Cup Championship

April 17, 2020

Final Round Recap LA QUINTA, California | Ethan Chung of Murrieta and Karen Tsuru of Carlsbad needed heroic shots on the toughest finishing holes in

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