The Summit Junior Tour's Staff and / or the Tournament Committee will be responsible for enforcing the Code of Conduct and reserve the right to suspend any player or spectator depending on the severity of the violation. Warnings may or may not be issued.
Golf Carts are for spectators only unless the Tournament Committee has made an exception. Players are allowed to ride back the to the clubhouse or to safety in the event of inclement weather. There could be circumstances in which SJT permits spectators to shuttle players between certain holes for pace of play purposes. In this situation, SJT staff will make an announcement and display signage so that it's clear.
Use of Spectator Carts is the decision of the host facility. The spectator cart fees will be set by the host facility and will not be determined by SJT.
Pull Carts are allowed at any event, so long as the host facility permits this use. Motorized push carts are not allowed at any event.
Start Times - Tee times will be emailed or texted to all participants as well as posted on the Tournament Information Page 3-7 days prior to the start of the event.
Waitlist - Waitlisted players will be notified if they are able to get into the tournament 24 -48 hours prior to the event. Players on the waitlist are welcome to come to the event in the case of a no-show. Players on the waitlist will be entered into the tournament in the order of their position on the waitlist.
Players Classifications (WD, NC, NS, DQ) - Consistent with Junior Golf Scoreboard and AJGA policies, we are conforming to their player classifications of Disqaulifications and Withdrwals while submitting tournament results.
No Show (NS) Policy - If a player fails to make their tee time for the first round and hasn't withdrawn from the event in accordance with the SJT policies, the player is considered a No Show (NS). Players may cancel from a particular event through BlueGolf up to 48 hours in advance of the start of the event. In addition to cancelling through BlueGolf, players also need to email SummitJuniorTour@gmail.com to notify the staff. A player that No-Shows for the 2nd or 3rd day of a multi-day event, without properly notifying the Tour Director, will be considered a DQ.
No Card (NC) Policy - If a player does not complete a round or withdraws between rounds, this will be considered a No Card. If a player needs to discontinue play due to an injury, illness, or other emergency, they will need to provide documentation for approval to the Tour Director in order for it to be considered a Withdrawal (WD).
Breach of No Show or No Card Policies
Entry Fees are determined by the Summit Junior Tour and are non-negotiable.
Distance devices are allowed to measure distances only and cannot be used to measure any other conditions, including slope, wind speed, temperature, etc.
Breach of Policy
Summit Junior Tour reserves the right to adjust pace of play policies at any time.
Summit Junior Tour Player Series Events - If time and the course allow for it, ties will be determined by a sudden death playoff. Otherwise, we will use a scorecard playoff method:
Summit Junior Tour Elite, Invitational, or Championship Series Events - In the event of a tie for first place, a sudden-death playoff will be conducted (time and course permitting). In the event of a scorecard playoff, we will follow the methodology above.
In the event of a weather delay, the players are asked to remain at the course until a decision and an annoucement is made to continue play. If a continuation of play is not possible, the tournament will be cancelled. If the tournament had year-long points awarded to the winners, no points will be awarded if the tournament is not completed. If the tournament is cancelled, players may receive a partial refund, depending on the contract with the host faciility.