The AJGA Player Services Department is designed to service your membership needs. Player Services Representatives are trained personnel dedicated to assisting parents and juniors with any questions and concerns. Please read through the FAQ section of the website. If you still have questions, the AJGA Player Services Department can be reached from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday, by calling (877) 373-2542 or (770) 868-4200. If someone is not able to answer your call immediately, feel free to email one of the representatives below or the general Player Services email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jane Olthuis (email@example.com)
Vice President of Player Services
Riley Tracy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Riley is responsible for tournament fields on a weekly basis. He adds players into the tournament field from the alternate list. Riley is also responsible for the AJGA Polo Golf Rankings.
Blake Brittain (email@example.com)
Manager of Performance Based Entry
Blake manages the AJGA’s Performance Based Entry system. This includes approving non-AJGA tournaments for inclusion in the system as well as ensuring member records are updated with PBE earnings on a timely basis.
Julie Greenfield (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Membership Development Manager
Julie is responsible for both the player and Coaching memberships. She sends out the Player Services Weekly Preview and other communications to help AJGA members.
Send your questions to Julie on Twitter! Follow @PS_JulieG for Player Services news, updates and information.
Ty Shelnutt (email@example.com)
Tournament Administration Coordinator
Ty is responsible for processing AJGA Qualifier fields. He adds players from the alternate list and assists with tournament additions.
SPECIAL NOTE:Player Services sends emails to all members on a weekly basis during the playing season. These emails contain announcements, tips, field openings and other information we feel benefit our members. Please be sure to include the general AJGA email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) in your approved email recipients, so your spam filter will not block the address and you will be able to receive this valuable information.