Little People’s Tournament Office, 217-257-5718 www.littlepeoplesgolf.com


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Quincy, IL….We are pleased to announce that Golfdotz has been named “The Official Golf Ball iD of the Pepsi Little People’s Golf Championships” for 2020.

Golfdotz produces transferable golf ball markings which conform with USGA and R&A specifications and can be used in competition.

Each contestant in the 2020 Pepsi Little People’s will receive a packet of Golfdotz, as well as a 20% discount coupon to be used on the Golfdotz website.

In addition, each of the 14 division winners in the 2020 Pepsi Little People’s will receive a $25 Gift certificate, to be used on the Golfdotz website.

“This new relationship with the 2020 Pepsi Little People’s Golf Championships is such a perfect fit for us,” stated David Poole, President and Founder of Golfdotz.  “We love to support junior golf and I think it is so cool that we also supply some former participants of the event who are now on the LPGA Tour with Golfdotz.  I can’t wait to see the kids in action at this year’s event.”

“We felt it was time to take our involvement in junior golf up a level in 2020, and the Pepsi Little People’ platform enables us to showcase Golfdotz product in a great environment,” added Poole.

Golfdotz is used by many men and women professional golfers, including former Little People’s players Annie Park, winner of the 2018 ShopRite LPGA Classic, and two-time LPGA Tour winner Thidapa “Jasmine” Suwannapura.

“We are delighted with this relationship between Golfdotz and Pepsi Little People’s,” said Nan Ryan, Founder and Executive Director of the tournament. “We know that our players will be delighted with this new and innovative way of marking their golf balls, and we thank David and Golfdotz for making this possible.”


The Pepsi Little People’s Golf Championships is an international junior golf competition for boys and girls ages 3 through 18.  The 47th annual tournament will be held June 22-24 at two golf courses in Quincy, Illinois USA.  Competition is held in seven age divisions for boys and seven age divisions for girls. Participants in Little People’s can try to qualify for the IMG Junior World, can gain AJGA Performance Stars, entry into the Future Champions Golf tournament, Future Collegians World Tour and PLAY Junior Golf Tour of Canada, and will be ranked by Junior Golf Scoreboard, Sagarin Rankings and Global Junior Golf Rankings. More information is available at www.littlepeoplesgolf.com, or by contacting Nan Ryan, Tournament Director, at jrgolfer@littlepeoplesgolf.com, or by calling or texting Nan at 217-257-5718.


            Golfdotz was founded by David Poole, who had a firm belief that golfers wanted more flair than a boring ink dot to mark their ball.  Golfdotz was launched to great acclaim at the PGA Show in 2008, and was approved by both the USGA and R&A in 2009. In 2009, PGA Tour professional Rory Sabbatini became the first player to use the product on a professional golf tour.  The Golfdotz collection is proudly manufactured in the USA and now has well over 200 ways to mark a golf ball or golf club in style.  From USA Clovers and flags, to Hawaiian Sandals or alphabets, the choice is unparalleled.  The business is small and family owned, and heads into 2020 with exciting new designs and a continued passion for the game of golf.  For more information go to www.golfdotz.com or contact David@golfdotz.com.