Trophies and points are awarded at each event. Trophies for the top three players in each Boys and Girls age division. Age group seven and under are non-competitive and will not be recognize as place winners. All Seven and under will receive awards for participating.
North and South Carolina point awards will be given to players of each age group (excluding non-competitive players) at the end of each the tour season. Tour seasons include: September 1st – May 31st and June 1st – August 31st.
The following point system will be used to establish a North Carolina and South Carolina State points champion for each age division.
Points are awarded to every player who completes a tournament.
To be eligible for the state points award a player must participate in a least 4 events in the state in which they wish to compete for the points.
1st Place 250 points
2nd Place 200 points
3rd Place 160 points
4th Place 130 points
5th Place 100 points
6th Place 50 points
Post a score 50 Points
10 Points for each player you post a score better than
Hole in one award:
Players who make a hole-in-one while playing in an NJGT event will be placed in the Hole-In-One Club on the NJGT Web-site. A hole-in-one award certificate and trophy will be presented to the player at the end of tour season championship. If an NJGT member makes a Hole-In-one outside of a NJGT event they will be placed in the Hole-In-One Club and will receive a certificate at the end of the tour season but will not receive a trophy.
Players who make an eagle while playing in an NJGT event will be place in the Eagle Award Club on the NJGT web-site. An Eagle Award Certificate will be presented to the player at the end of the tour season championship. Eagle Awards will be removed from the web site at the end of the Tour Season.
Low Round of the Year:
A low round of the year award will be given to the competitive player who has the lowest round of the year. The time frame will be between the NJGT National Championships.
North Carolina Rankings: As of January 1, 2011 Both One and two day NJGT events will be ranked by the Tarheel Youth Golf Association (TYGA) when 15 or more boys are playing from the longest set of tees for Ages 14-18. Girls 14-18 will be ranked when six or more are playing from the longest set of tees. Beginning January 1, 2011 TYGA will also rank North Carolina players who play in states adjacent to NC (VA, GA, SC and TN).
South Carolina Rankings: Both One and two day NJGT events will be ranked by the South Carolina Junior Golf Association (SCJGA) when 20 or more players are playing from the same tees for Ages 14-18. The SCJGA will also rank South Carolina players who play in NJGT North Carolina events.
All NJGT two day events will be ranked by the Junior Golf Score Board when there are 5 or more players in an age group.