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Junior Masters presented by PGA TOUR Superstore April 2nd & 3rd, 2011 The Frog Golf Club - Atlanta, George Information about the event: info@JuniorGolfChampionships.com 7:30am - Split Tee Start (Saturday) 7:30am - Split Tee Start (Sunday)
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Junior Golf Championships announce their second Junior event for 2011. They will host their Junior Masters presented by PGA TOUR Superstore April 2nd & 3rd at the Frog Golf Club in Atlanta. This course is a Fazio design and one of the best courses you will ever play. The Frog GC has played host to numerous Championships.

- Junior Golf Scoreboard Ranked Tournament

Entry Fee: $175


Each player will receive a tournament package.


Start Time Both Days
7:30am - Split Tee Start (Saturday)
7:30am - Split Tee Start (Sunday)

Practice Round - $29(Monday-Thursday) and $39 (Friday-Sunday) Walking

Official Tournaments Rules

Age Group# of HolesYardage*
Girls 8-9183800-4200
Girls 10-11185000-5200
Girls 12-13185200-5500
Girls 14-15185700-6100
Girls 16-18 (Championship)185700-6100
Boys 8-9184200-4400
Boys 10-11185400-5700
Boys 12-13185800-6200
Boys 14-15186700-7000
Boys 16-18 (Championship)186700-7000
*Exact yardages will be posted at least three days prior to the tournament. The above yardages are approximate.

Who Can Play:
Boys and Girls between the ages of 8 and 18 can play in the tournament. A players age will be determined by their age on the final day of the tournament.

Format:
All play will be stroke play. All Boys and Girls will play 18 holes each day of the tournament.

JGC Code of Conduct:
UGS/Junior Golf Championships puts great emphasis on providing its participants with the highest quality tournament possible. To help make this possible, UGS/JGC has put a Code of Conduct in place for all players, caddies, and spectators. The Code of Conduct will help ensure that everyone involved will have a positive experience. The Code of Conduct will be enforced during all tournament functions including, but not limited to: registration, practice rounds, tournament rounds, dinners, and awards ceremonies.

Violations of Code of Conduct:
Any of the following actions by a JGC participant at a JGC tournament constitutes a violation of the JGC Code of Conduct:
- Unsportsmanlike conduct, including abusive language, cheating, club throwing, disrespect to
volunteers, officials or fellow competitors/caddies/spectators, or abuse of golf course property
- Not adhering to the dress code at the host golf course
- Use or association with drugs, alcohol, or smoking or chewing tobacco products
- Conduct not becoming of a JGC player, such as acting in anger or creating other distractions
- Physical abuse, threat of physical abuse, verbal abuse, slander or libel towards other players, parents, coaches, sponsors, host golf course staff or members, JGC staff or volunteers in any medium

Required Dress at the Golf Course:
- Hats/visors must be worn with brim forward
- Collared shirts or mock turtlenecks (host golf course permitting) must be worn and tucked in at all times
- Women's fashion shirts without a collar must have sleeves
- Women's fashion shirts must not rise above the belt line at anytime during the golf swing
- Women's shorts must be no more than 5inches above the knee OR the inseam of the shorts must measure at least 5inches

Prohibited Dress at the Golf Course:
- Tank tops, T-shirts
- Denim shorts, short-shorts, cut-off shorts, gym shorts, jeans
- Earrings (males)
- Body piercings
- Tattoos (must be covered)

The dress code will be enforced at all functions at the golf course. A player not in proper dress code will not be allowed to tee off. If the host facility has a stricter dress code, their dress code will become our policy. There is no dress code at any function that is away from the host golf course, provided that the host facility for that funtion does not have a dress code.

Players Registration:
If a player does not attend the Players Registration and Meeting, if applicable without prior arrangements with the Tournament Director, the player may not receive his or her tournament gifts.

Code of Conduct Violation Penalties:
The JGC Tournament Committee will assess the following penalties for breach of the Code of Conduct. The Tournament Director will have final say in all Code of Conduct rulings. The following penalties will be given based on the severity and frequency of the violation(s).
- One-stroke penalty for each act of unsportsmanlike behavior on the golf course
- Immediate disqualification from the tournament at which the violation occurs
- Depending on the severity of the violation, a tournament disqualification may also result in disqualification from future events
- UGS/JGC reserves the right to inform other junior golf organizations of Code of Conduct penalties based on severity

Pace of Play:
We will use a checkpoint system for our pace of play standards. If a group is late in reaching a checkpoint, the entire group will be given warning and given until the next checkpoint to get caught up. If at that point they are still behind, each member of the group will be given a 1-stroke penalty. The penalty can be taken back if they get back into place. A group may also appeal the penalty if one person is found to be causing the delay. A member of the Rules Committee will make the final decision.

Divisions:
Girls: 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, 14-15, 16-18(Championship)
Boys: 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, 14-15, 16-18(Championship)
A player from a younger age group may declare up for the Championship Division.
The Junior Masters will be a Junior Golf Scoreboard Ranked Tournament.

Entry Fee: $175
Each player will receive a tournament package.

Registration will close March 21st, 2011

Start Time Both days
7:30am - Split Tee Start (Saturday)
7:30am - Split Tee Start (Sunday)

Practice Round - $29(Monday-Thursday) and $39 (Friday-Sunday) Walking

Cash or Check Payment:
Please send an email to enter@JuniorGolfChampionships.com if you would like to pay by Cash or Check.

Refund Policy:
$150 refund will be given for withdrawals by email if we are notified prior to March 10th, 2011. A $100 refund will be given if we are contacted by email prior to March 15th, 2011. No refunds will be given if we are contacted March 16th, 2011 or after.

Yardage-Measuring Devices:
Yardage-measuring devices are allowed in the tournament. Refer to Rule 14-3 Artificial Devices, Unusual Equipment, and Unusual Use of Equipment.

Waiting List Policy:
A player on the waiting list will be notified immediately by email of their acceptance into the Junior Winter Open. You will have 48 hours to accept the entry by email before your spot will be forfeited. Once you have forfeited your spot, you will go to the end of the waiting list. The same refund policy will apply to players that make it into the tournament from the waiting list.

Tiebreakers:
A sudden death playoff will be held in the event that there is a tie for 1st place.
All other for awards will be determined by a scorecard playoff using the holes 16-18 cumulative score. If still tied, holes 13-15 will be used and so on. If a winner is not determined after holes 1-3, hole 18 will be used and going back hole by hole until a winner is determined.

Awards:
The top 5 players in each age group will receive an award. In the case that there are more than 50 players in a given age group, we will add one award for every 10 players over 50 players.

Caddies:
Caddies are mandatory for all players 11 years old or younger. Caddies are optional for competitors ages 12-15 years old. Caddies are allowed for older age groups for the Junior Masters.
Caddies are allowed to walk or ride in a cart. A player is allowed only one caddie at a time. Caddies are not to overcoach their player or disrupt the play of the group. Any caddie violating these rules will be given one warning. If they continue to violate the caddie rules, they will be removed as caddie for their player and not allowed to caddie for any player for the rest of the tournament.
A player is responsible for the caddie and any penalties given to the caddie will be assessed to his/her player.

SOFT SPIKES ARE REQUIRED FOR THE ENTIRE TOURNAMENT.

Pets:
Pets are prohibited from all golf course property at all times.
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