Anniversary 1993-2022

The Junior European Open 2024
WAGR Event

Today's Juniors, Tomorrow's Champions

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The Junior European Open, first staged in 1993 and now in its 32nd year, is widely considered as the toughest test in junior golf across Europe. The Champions Week Finals in Spain is played over five rounds.
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The Junior European Open 2024
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Tournament History

Sky Sports Coverage

Following the coverage in 2017, 2018, 2019, 2021, 2022 & 2023 we are delighted to be working again this year with 1995 JEO Finalist Nick Dougherty and the incredible team at Sky Sports to bring you coverage of The Junior European Open 2024 on Sky Sports Golf.


“Events like Junior European Open was obviously huge at the time and everyone playing in them now, I feel, are on great stepping stones towards bigger and better things and their progression in golf. You’ve got to learn to win as well and obviously you compete against the best players of your age group and it’s really a good benchmark of where you are with your game.”

Justin Rose
2013 U.S. Open Champion

“It was one of the great experiences of my junior career getting to play at courses like Valderrama, was an amazing experience, and Sergio played there as well and made friendships that have lasted me through my lifetime and was a big part of my progression as well through professional golf and was an amazing experience.”

Nick Dougherty
2007 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship

Notable Finalists

Luke Donald
Finalist in 1993. Former World Number 1
Justin Rose
Finalist in 1994. 2013 US Open Champion
Nick Dougherty
Finalist in 1995. Multiple European Tour Winner
Bronte Law
Champion in 2008 & 2009
Ben Taylor
2008 Champion. 2018 winner on Web.com Tour
Max Orrin
2010 Champion. 2013 Walker Cup and 2014 & 2015 Challenge Tour Winner