Boys Amateur Championship
|Course(s)||2019 – Saunton Golf Club|
|Format||Stroke play followed by match play|
The Boys Amateur Championship was first played at Royal Ascot in 1921. In 1921 boys had to be under-16 but this was raised to under-17 in 1922 and to under-18 in 1923, which is the age limit that has been retained since.
The venue for the competition has been played at many golf courses throughout the United Kingdom and has frequented several golf courses on more than one occasion. Notably the first two completion were both played at Royal Ascot 
The currently used format for the Boys Amateur Championship is the format used in 2010 and comprises an initial stroke play stage with all 252 competitors playing two rounds of 18 holes, one on each of the two courses. The 64 lowest scores over the 36 holes and ties then compete in the match play final stage of the Championship. Each round of the knockout is played over 18 holes with the exception of the final which is played over 36 holes. Boys must be under 18 at the start of the year in which the championship is held.
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- "Past Winners The Boys Amateur Championship". Retrieved 20 November 2018.
- "Venues announced for 2020 championships". The R&A. 25 July 2018.
- "The R&A announces 2021 Amateur Championship venues". Golf Today. 6 November 2019.