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Spring 2016 Registration Information: 

 It's that time of year again, and as we start going back to school from the holiday season, it's also time to start registering for Spring Softball! Our online registration is open and ongoing. It's easy, it's convenient, and best of all, you don't have to leave home to do it!

The link for online registration is: http://www.quickscores.com/Orgs/index.php?OrgDir=pcgsa

Our Walk-Up Registration dates are: January 16th at Kedron Panera Bread, from 10am-2pm

January 23rd at Starr's Mill Chick-Fil-A from 10am -2 pm

January 30th at AllStar Baseball and Softball beginning at 8:30 am.

Evaluations for 8U, 10U and 12U (if needed) are scheduled for January 30th at AllStar Softball and Baseball, 135 Huddleston Road PTC 30269. Evaluations for 8U will begin at 9:00 am, 10U at 9:45 am, and 12U 10:30 am. Please bring your glove, bat, batting helmet,a drink, and wear sneakers (no cleats). Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your start time to begin warming up.

Our 3rd Welcome Back to Softball Free Clinic will be held January 24th, from 2-4 pm at Meade Field. Please bring your equipment and plenty of drinks! You will get a free t-shirt for participating in the Clinic! The clinic is for 8U, 10U, and 12U players. If your child would like to attend, please RSVP to ptcgsa@gmail.com with your child's name, age group, and t-shirt size.

If you haven't already, please check out our social media accounts for the most up to the minute updates and information!

Facebook: Peachtree City Girls Sofbtall

Twitter: @ptcgsa

Instagram: @ptcgsa


Peachtree City Girls Softball Association (PTCGSA)


The Peachtree City Girls Softball Association (PTCGSA) is a non-profit organization that provides young ladies between the ages of 5-18 the opportunity to learn and play women's softball through a program that teaches both the basic skills needed to learn the game and the advanced skills that prepare them for competitive softball at the school and travel ball levels. We provide softball opportunities at all levels including recreational, all-star, middle school and travel softball.  We are a member of the Fayette County Girls Softball League consisting of Associations from the communities of Brooks, Fayetteville, Senoia and Tyrone.

Through agreements with the Peachtree City Recreation and Special Events Department, we proudly sponsor and manage the girls softball fields (Fields 4-7) located at 101 Meade Fields Drive on the south end of the City just off Rockaway Road past the intersection of Joel Cowan Parkway (Hwy 74S).  All PTCGSA team practices and home games are conducted at these fields.

Basic information on the different levels of softball that PTCGSA offers are:

  • Recreational Softball: develops the basic softball skills needed to play and understand the game of softball

    Team NamePeachtree City Pride
    Ages: 5-18
    Ages Divisions: 6U (T-ball), 8U (Coach Pitch) and 10U, 12U and 18U (Fastpitch)
    Season(s):  Fall (August to November) and Spring (February to May)
    Schedule:  12 regular season games with end-of-season double elimination tournament
    Costs:  Peachtree City Residents - $140; Fayette County Residents - $150; Outside of Fayette County - $175 (these tiered costs account for impact fees that we must pay to Peachtree City) 
  • All-Star Softball:  introduces girls to tournament softball; develop the skills and understanding of the game needed to play at the next level 

    eam Name:  Peachtree City Patriots
    Ages:  7-10
    Age Divisions: 
    8U and 10U
    Season:  June through mid-July (All-star teams are formed during the spring season draft - girls must be a member of a recreational softball team in order to partcipate in all-stars; these teams practice in addition to the scheduled recreation practices)
    Schedule: 3-5 tournaments (determined by team coaches)
    Costs:  Costs for the all-star teams are in additon to any recreational fees.  A typical season ranges between $2,500 and $3,500 per team (uniform and tournament expenses).  Costs are offset with fundraisers and sponsorships; individual participant's costs typically average between $50 and $100 per season.
  • Travel Ball:  provides travel ball opportunities for girls who desire to play softball at the more competitive level 

    Team:  Peachtree City Poison 
    Ages:  9-18
    Age Divisions:  10U, 12U, 14U, 16U and 18U
    Season:  A typical season will include tryouts and team building practices with one or two tournaments during the fall, indoor winter workouts and a primary tournament season from March to July each year.  The goal of each travel team is to qualify for a national championship or world series appearance.
    Schedule:  8-12 tournaments (determined by team coaches)
    Costs:  Costs for travel ball participation vary depending on number of tournaments and other events the team participates in but can average between $800 and $1200 per girl for the season.  This covers uniforms, operational and tournament expenses.
    Costs are offset with fundraisers and sponsorships.
  • Middle School Softball:  ensures the tradition of a middle school softball experience continues for Fayette County girls

    Teams:  Booth Middle School and Rising Starr Middle School
    Ages: 6th through 8th grade
    Age Divisions:  Not applicable
    Season:  Workouts begin mid-summer of each year and lead into tryouts and selections for the teams during the first week of the school year.  Regular season play runs late August to early October.
    Schedule:  10-12 regular season games with a double elimination end-of-season tournament and a bi-county tournament of champions
    Costs:  Currently, costs for middle school ball is $175.

    Girls softball is currently not offered as a middle school sports through the school system in Fayette County.  To ensure the school ball experience could continue, the Fayette County Girls Softball League offers girls the opportunity to represent their respective school through the Metro Ball League.  Metro Ball consists of teams representing girls in grades 6-8 from Fayette and Coweta County middle schools, Trinity Christian Middle School and Landmark Christian Middle School.  In addition, girls who are home schooled are eligible to tryout for the middle school team located in the school district in which they reside.    PTCGSA is proud to sponsor two middle schools as part of this program.


Birth Certificates: if you are registering with us for the first time in any of our levels you will need to provide a copy of your daughter's birth certificate before she is allowed to play.