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Event Format/ Conditions of Entry

  • Placement into your age group will be determined by your age seasonally every 3-months eg: 21-March/ 21st June/ 21st September/ 21st December

  • Boy and Girl competitors will compete in their age group categories Under 6, 67, 89 9-holes from age appropriate short tees/ pars and 18-holes for ages 1011, 1213, 14+ Boys: Mens Tees Girls: Ladies Tees

  • All events will be played on the basis of gross scores only to count within the age group categories

  • Your CDH (Central Database of Handicaps) unique reference number will be required to enter events. If you are not in possession of a number proof of playing experience is required for verification beforehand

  • All events (ex. Winter Season) will be Handicap Qualifiers for players competing over 18-holes. Scores will be processed via Handicap Master software and automatically forwarded to your home club.

  • Handicap limits do not necessarily apply for entry to events but playing experience is required

  • Distance Measuring Devices are permitted for use in tournament play.

  • Once the entry form has been verified and payment received a confirmation of entry to the event will be forwarded to the player.

  • The draw sheet and event information will be emailed to competitors 5-7 days before the event

  • Cancellation policy is shown on the Entry Form


Code of Conduct

The European Junior Golf Tour organises and manages professionally run junior golf events throughout the UK and Europe for junior golfers aged Under 6-17 years.

The conduct and behaviour of our members and guest competitors is of prime importance to the EJGT which enables us to attract the highest standard of players, venues and sponsors.

The rules of golf and etiquette ensure the game of golf is unique amongst other sports with its Sportsmanship, Honesty and Integrity helping to make the game enjoyable for everyone.

By becoming a member of the EJGT and competing in events you agree to abide by the EJGT Code of Conduct. This will also include parents and spectators.

Any breach of these rules may result in disciplinary action being taken including a ban of attending future events.

Pace of play will be monitored at each event taking into account the course layout, length and difficulty to formulate an estimated time to complete the course based on 3-balls.

The expected time to complete rounds of golf will be published at events and players will be monitored during play. Persistent slow players will be subject to penalised. 

Dress Code.  Players and parents should visit the host golf clubs web site for information about the clubs dress codes and dress appropriately.

Caddying is not permitted for players aged 10-17 years to give all players a level playing field. However caddies are permitted for juniors aged 9 years and under.

Parents and spectators are not allowed to offer advice during a competitive round. A breach of this rule will result in a 1-shot penalty to the player.


Violations of the Code of Conduct


  • Unsportsmanlike and disrespectful conduct e.g. abusive language, club throwing 

  • Dishonesty

  • Unsportsmanlike behaviour

  • Use of profane language or gestures

  • Disrespect to fellow competitors, Tour officials and volunteers

  • Abusive behaviour to any other persons and property

  • Alcohol or drug abuse


Parental Responsibilities

  • To refrain from offering coaching advice during a competitive round

  • Only EJGT Rules Officials will administer decisions on the rules. Parents or spectators will be involved into a situation only if the Rules Official asks you.

  • When on the course, turn off mobile phones or switch to silent / vibrate mode.

  • All spectators please stay off fairways, tees and greens.


Order of Merit Points Table

Awarded on the following basis:-

  • By all the Age Group Categories seperately

  • Winners and leading players of Regional events will receive points as follows:-

Downloadable Version

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