Held in October, 2019, the inaugural Junior 6s Invitational was hailed as a resounding success.

Our boys champion, Hayden Hopewell, has since gone on to win the WA Open against the country’s best professionals. Our 2019 runner up in the boys, Elvis Smylie, has since claimed victory in multiple amateur tournaments, as well as finishing runner up in a PGA tour of Australasia event.

2020 saw Adidas come on board as title sponsor , as we expanded to become a national series. With a season-long points race and the unique twist of boys competing against girls in the Super 6s Knockout, the Adidas Junior 6s earned significant global exposure.

In 2021, the growth continues with the birth of the Adidas Junior 6s Tour. Australasia’s best junior golfers will be teeing it up on some of Australia’s greatest golf courses, including the Tour Final at Royal Melbourne.

Once again, competitors will be competing for numerous professional tournament exemptions and 4 Adidas Golf scholarships. These pathways and opportunities for our future stars ensures that the Adidas Junior 6s Tour has firmly cemented its status as the most exciting, and rewarding, junior golf tour in the world.


With the expansion of the 2021 Junior 6s Tour, a Qualifying Series has been established and will run throughout the year prior to the Junior  Tour National Final at Cronulla Golf Club in Sydney’s south.

This qualifying series will consist of 4 tournaments – three in NSW and one in Queensland.

The Junior 6s Qualifying Series Queensland event will be held at Emerald Lakes Golf Club, with the 6s Matchplay played under lights – another world-first initiative in amateur golf.

Each qualifying series event will be played over 18 holes strokeplay, with the Top 4 players moving onto 6s Matchplay.

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