Drive, Chip and Putt 2024 Registration OPEN!


Local qualifying kicks off April 30 with more than 350 events nationwide. 

Use these five tips and tricks to help you get registered for an upcoming local qualifier. Registration for the 2024 season began on Tuesday, January 24th.

We’re gearing up for another incredible season of Drive, Chip and Putt and can’t wait to find out who will punch their ticket to the Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals at Augusta National Golf Club! Whether your child is a first-time participant or a seasoned veteran, here are five things to know that will help make sure you get started on the right foot when registration opens for upcoming local qualifiers.

  1. Registration Begins on Tuesday, January 24th
    Pack your bags – your child’s lifetime journey with the game of golf begins when you register them for a Drive, Chip and Putt local qualifier. For the upcoming season registration will open for all local qualifiers on Tuesday, January 24th at

    Registration for any upcoming local event remains open until either all spots are filled or the 4:00PM EST deadline five days prior to the event.
  2. Create an Account or Sign-In to Drive Chip andPutt
    To help make sure your registration process is as seamless as possible, don’t forget to sign-in to your account!

    If your child has previously participated, please be sure to enter your email address and password before registering. If your child has never participated before, you’ll be prompted to create an account before completing registration. Save this information for future use and memories to come.

    Please note, was updated in January of 2021. If this is your first time signing in on the new website, you may be required to reset your password.
  3. Age Eligibility is Determined by Date of National Finals
    In order to ensure a level playing field, age eligibility and divisional assignments are based on the age of your child as of the 2024 Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals on Sunday, April 7th, 2024.

Participants must be at least 7 years of age, and may not be older than 15 years of age on the date of the National Finals. Please note: a player may participate in local, subregional and regional qualifying if he/she is 6 years old provided that he/she turn 7 years old on or before the date of the National Finals. A 15 year old who will turn 16 years of age on or before the date of the National Finals is not eligible to participate.

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