Toggle ItemWhen is the right time for a player to get started with the AJGA?A player is eligible to participate in AJGA events at age 12. Use the Yardage and Scoring Averages to assess if your child could be competitive in each series. In general, a player who gets an early start and whose skills are competitive can gradually build confidence and Performance Based Entry Stars. This will enhance their ability to compete in higher level tournaments in high school when college recruiting becomes the focus. Take a look at the Getting Started page on our website for more information.
Additionally, please review our competitive eligibility criteria when considering joining the AJGA.
Toggle ItemWhat is the biggest difference in the three types of memberships?The Junior Plus membership is for high school players that wish to play at the collegiate level. Players will have exclusive access to additional items that are related to college golf recruiting.
The Junior membership is the basic membership required to play in AJGA events.
The Future Player membership is a non-tournament playing membership for those too young to participate or those who want to be an AJGA member, but do not intend to play in any tournaments. Future Player members who meet eligibility requirements are able to apply to AJGA Qualifiers at the same time as non-members. Future members will also receive membership benefits, excluding the TaylorMade Discount.
Creating a non-member ID is a way for players to register with the AJGA at no cost. AJGA non-members who have submitted an acceptable proof of age are eligible to apply to AJGA Qualifiers the one week following the application opening to AJGA members. If AJGA members have filled the Qualifier field, and we have a sufficient alternate list, the Qualifier application will not open for non-members. Non-members do not receive membership benefits.
Refer to Membership Information for a list of specific benefits included with each membership type.
Toggle ItemWhen does my membership expire and will I have to renew?All 2020 AJGA memberships expire November 30, 2020. Membership fees are not discounted for those who join mid-season. Every year you intend to play with the AJGA you need to renew your membership.
Toggle ItemHow do I change my Personal information?Junior or Future Player members can change their personal information by logging into the Player Center and click on ‘Update Your Info’ tab.
Junior Plus members can change their personal information by logging into the Player Center and selecting the ‘Junior Plus Profile’.
If you notice an error or need to change any of the following: Graduation Year, Birth Date, Name, State of Residence, Country of Residence, or Citizenship – please contact Player Services.
Toggle ItemWhere do I find my Member ID number?You can find your Member ID on the confirmation email sent to you after you submit your membership application. Additionally, you can retrieve your Member ID/Password by using the ‘Forgot your ID/Password’ link under log-in page.
Toggle ItemI see the AJGA logo on another junior golf organization’s website, is this an AJGA event?The AJGA logo on another organization’s website indicates that a tournament was approved to be recognized for AJGA Performance Based Entry Status (stars). The AJGA will award Performance Based Entry Status (stars) to the top finisher(s) in that event as defined on the AJGA PBE Map. Click the red ‘PBE Status’ link at the bottom of any listed tournament to see the gender, age group, and finish required to earn Performance Based Entry Status (stars).
The organization conducting the tournament is responsible for everything related to conducting the tournament as well as submitting events to the AJGA for approval to be recognized for PBE Status and submitting results to the AJGA that will lead to the timely award of PBE Status to the top finishers as stated on the AJGA PBE Map.
Toggle ItemHow do I access my TaylorMade and adidas discounts?How do I access my TaylorMade Discount?
As a National Sponsor of the AJGA, TaylorMade offers an exclusive 30% discount program for AJGA Junior and Junior Plus members. The TaylorMade discount is 30%. The discount is activated within 2 business weeks after joining the AJGA. Please note, that players must have a US billing, US shipping address, and access the US Website to utilize this discount. Additionally, players will have a $2,500 limit to their discount per year.
If a player wishes to access their TaylorMade discount they can do so by following these steps:
1.Start by going to AJGA.org and logging into the Player Center.
2. Once you have logged in, select member benefits.
3. Select the TaylorMade logo and then select ‘details’. You will then be taken to the TaylorMade AJGA specific website. Once you have arrived at this site you will follow the steps listed.
4. Agree to the terms and conditions for TaylorMade.
5. You will then be prompted to log in. Select ‘forgot your password’. You MUST use your primary email with the AJGA as your username.
6. Once completed, TaylorMade will send you an email to reset your password.
7. Update your new password and log in.
8. Start shopping with the TaylorMade 30% off discount.
How do I access my adidas Discount?
As a National Sponsor of the AJGA, adidas offers an exclusive discount of 30% for golf items and 20% for non-golf items discount for AJGA members. The adidas discount can take up to 6 weeks to activate after joining or renewing an AJGA membership. Please note that players must have a US billing, US shipping address, and access the US Website to utilize this discount.
If a player wishes to access their adidas discount they can do so by following these steps:
1. Start by going to AJGA.org and logging into the Player Center.
2.Once you have logged in you may select member benefits.
3. Select the adidas logo and then select ‘details’.
4. You will then select ‘Register’. You MUST use your primary email address with the AJGA in order for your account to activate.
5. Once your account has been created, you can start shopping.
6. To activate the discount of 30% off for golf items and 20% for non-golf items, use the discount code “GOLF” at check out.
Toggle ItemHow can I view my swing video?A Junior Plus member may view their swing video in the AJGA Player Center on the "Junior Plus" page in the "Videos" section.
To add a swing video please click the following link and scroll down to the "Videos" section.
To get a swing video recorded, please schedule an appointment with the tournament director at an AJGA event.
Toggle ItemHow do I submit a swing video?To record your own Swing Video, follow the instructions below.
1. Record your video on a high-quality device. The AJGA recommends a mobile device manufactured in the past three years or HD video camera.
NOTE: For phone or tablet users: film horizontally (on an iPhone, volume buttons should be on top).
2. Film your swing with a driver and a 5-iron.
3. Film both club swings from two different positions:
· Behind the Player - Stand directly behind the player during the driver and iron shots
· Facing the player - Stand to the side (face on) of the player during the driver and iron shots
4. The player should hit a golf ball for each swing.
5. Stand close enough to the player to see a complete swing but at a safe distance. During the video, the entire club should be visible.
6. For mobile device users: avoid using an internal zoom as this degrades the video quality.
7. Record the four videos individually so you four separate videos.
8. Upload the videos separately to a video hosting service (ex: YouTube, Vimeo, etc.).
9. For each video, copy and paste a link to the video in the Player Center on the “Junior Plus” page under the “Videos” section.
Swing videos can also be recorded by AJGA staff on-site at every event.
Toggle ItemWhat is the ACE Grant? Is financial assistance available?The Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) Grant program provides reimbursement based financial assistance to junior golfers who wish to play in AJGA events. The ACE Grant helps with entry fees, travel, food, and housing expenses. This program helps to fulfill the AJGA’s mission of developing young men and women who aspire to earn college golf scholarships through competitive junior golf.
To apply for the ACE Grant, you must first become an AJGA non-member or Junior member, then you can log into the Player Center to submit the ACE Grant application. Prior to doing this you can review general information about the ACE Grant here. Junior membership will be required in order to use ACE Grant funds if you are accepted into the program.
Toggle ItemWhere can I find information about AJGA’s ranking system?The Rolex AJGA Rankings is the proprietary system created by the AJGA to identify and rank the top junior players who have competed in the premier junior golf tournaments in the United States. The specific purposes for which the AJGA uses the Rolex AJGA Rankings are:
1. to guide the Rolex Junior All-America selection process
2. to select or round out AJGA Invitational fields
3. to determine AJGA Wyndham Cup teams, the PING Junior Solheim Cup team, the Junior Presidents Cup team, the AJGA Junior All-Star team, and other international tournament selections.
To find additional information regarding the Rolex AJGA Rankings you can go to the Rankings tab at ajga.org.
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Performance Based Entry Questions
Toggle ItemWhat is the best way to earn AJGA Performance Stars?There are over 1,100 non-AJGA events in which one or more AJGA Performance Stars can be earned by one or more competitors. This is one way for a junior golfer to start accumulating AJGA Performance Stars before and after becoming an AJGA member. However, the best way to earn AJGA Performance Stars when starting out is to play as many AJGA one-day Qualifiers as possible because every player who finishes in the top 50% of the Qualifier will earn a Performance Star.
Toggle ItemWhen are AJGA Performance Stars updated?Performance Stars are updated prior to every AJGA Tournament Application deadline provided that the event in which the Performance Stars are earned finishes no later than Sunday prior to the Application Deadline AND the results were uploaded by the deadline to do so.
Toggle ItemCan a player earn AJGA Performance Stars before becoming a member?Yes, AJGA Performance Stars can be earned before becoming a member but membership is required in order to use earned Performance Stars to help with tournament acceptance.
Toggle ItemHow do I know if my son or daughter earned AJGA Performance Stars at non-AJGA events? Can I see which ones?An AJGA member can see where all his or her Performance Stars were earned during the current and previous year while logged into the Player Center. The PBE History link in the upper right provides the details about the Performance Stars in the member’s record.
Toggle ItemDo I use my AJGA Performance Stars when I get into a tournament? And if so, how many?Yes, Performance Stars are “spent” when a member gains entry into the field in any way except via the Qualifier. For Open tournaments, 4 earned Performance Stars are deducted and for AJGA Junior All-Star tournaments, 1 earned Performance Star is deducted. Performance Stars given for membership are never deducted for tournament entry. For Senior Showcase tournaments, PBE is not deducted for tournament entry.
Toggle ItemHow many AJGA Performance Stars are required to get into events?The number of Performance Stars needed to gain entry into an AJGA tournament (Open or AJGA Junior All-Star) varies from tournament to tournament. Tournament location, date and field size all contribute to the number of Performance Stars players will need to gain entry. To see the number needed for any tournament already fielded, go to that tournament site by clicking on the tournament name on the schedule, then selecting Field and Tee Times, then Tournament Fields. At the top of the list of players in the field you will see the number of Performance Stars that were needed to gain entry. This does not mean it will be the same in the future.
Toggle ItemHow long does PBE that has been earned last?Any Performance Stars that are earned will last for the duration of the year (until deducted for tournament entry) and will also be available one more time the following year (until deducted for tournament entry). Fully Exempt status will be with the player for the duration of the year it is earned as well as the entire following season.
Toggle ItemWhat’s the difference between AJGA earned Performance Stars and AJGA membership stars?AJGA membership Performance Stars are good for one season and cannot be deducted when the member is accepted into a tournament. AJGA earned Performance Stars are good for the remainder of the season earned (until deducted for tournament entry) and the following season (until deducted for tournament entry).
Toggle ItemIf I am Fully Exempt, does that mean I get into everything I apply to?Fully Exempt status is the highest level of PBE and in most cases means the member can be accepted into any tournament applied to. There have been tournaments in which there were more Fully Exempt applicants than tournament spots and all did not gain entry, so Fully Exempt status is not a guarantee of tournament acceptance. The published tie-breaker found in the PBE Overview is used to determine which Fully Exempt applicants gain entry in this situation.
Toggle ItemI don’t see some of my stars that I earned, where did they go?At the end of each AJGA season, Performance Stars earned the previous year expire and are removed from the member’s record.
Toggle ItemHow do I apply for AJGA events?1. Join as a playing member of the AJGA.
2. Send in an acceptable Proof of Age which must be received and approved before you can apply to AJGA events.
3. Log into the Player Center, click on the ‘Apply to Events’ tab. Then select either AJGA tournaments or AJGA Qualifiers. Please note that qualifiers have separate applications and have an application window that opens after the corresponding tournament is fielded; the window is open from Friday at 3 pm ET to the following Monday, at Noon ET.
4. Apply to the event, complete the application, and submit it. You do not pay for the event at the time you apply to it. You will then be listed on the ‘Applications Received' portion of that event’s website. You will receive an email letting you know you have applied. The field for each event is posted after the Application Deadline (tournaments) or the end of the Application Window (qualifiers). For deadlines, please refer to each tournament website. Please remember that submitting an application does NOT guarantee acceptance into that event.
5. When applying to tournaments, a member may apply to multiple tournaments that occur during overlapping dates as a way to increase his or her chance of being accepted into a tournament field. There will be a $10 non-refundable processing fee per event (beyond the first) which will be assessed upon application. If you apply to multiple tournaments that occur during overlapping dates, you MUST indicate the priority for each tournament. This will help the AJGA as we determine the fields for those tournaments should you meet the requirements for entry into more than one tournament. You can select or change your priority order in the Player Center under Application Summary. Priority selection is available online until the tournament application deadline. If a priority is not selected by the application deadline, the AJGA will assign the priority for you. Please note that indicating priority order is NOT a guarantee of acceptance into a tournament or your top priority choice. If you are accepted into a lower priority tournament applied to during a particular week, you CANNOT remain as an alternate for other(s).
6. Please Note: Players who apply to AJGA tournaments and do not gain entry are NOT automatically moved to the AJGA Qualifier for that tournament. They must submit a separate AJGA Qualifier application.
7. Space permitting, registered non-members and Future Player members may apply to AJGA Qualifiers one week after members have applied. To obtain an AJGA Non-Member ID click here.
8. When you obtain a spot in the field for either a qualifier or tournament, you have 48 hours to log into your Player Center and pay for the event.
Toggle ItemWhen do events open for application?Tournament applications typically open according to the following schedule:
● January and February tournaments - open in November of the previous year
● March through May tournaments - open by late January
● June tournaments through the end of the season - open by the end of March
Opening dates for tournament applications are not currently posted online. However, the AJGA Weekly Preview email will tell you throughout the season when specific tournaments open for application. Since AJGA tournaments are not filled on a first-come, first-served basis, it is important to understand the tournament application deadline date and time for each tournament. Tournament application deadlines are available on each individual tournament website.
Toggle ItemHow do I know if I've been accepted to an AJGA event?AJGA membership does not guarantee acceptance into AJGA events.
The AJGA posts tournament fields on the tournament website no later than Friday at Noon ET following the tournament application deadline. AJGA Qualifier fields and alternate lists will be posted on Tuesday at 5 pm ET following the release of the application.
Once a field is initially posted, those who applied will be sent an email stating whether they were accepted or have been placed on an alternate list. You can view the status of all your event applications via the AJGA Player Center Application Summary. After tournament/qualifier fields are posted, you will be able to view your updated application status there. AJGA tournament fields, AJGA qualifier fields, and qualifier alternate lists, are also posted on each event website.
Players who apply to AJGA tournaments but do not gain entry are NOT automatically moved to the AJGA Qualifier for that event. They must go to the Player Center and apply to the Qualifier.
Toggle ItemI’ve applied to a tournament or a qualifier, but I can’t see where to pay.You cannot pay for an event until you are accepted into the field. Once you are accepted into the field, you must pay by the date posted on the tournament website. Click Here to view AJGA Event Fees. You will be able to make all payments and view receipts by logging into the Player Center and selecting the Payment Center. To confirm payment or get a receipt click on the Application Summary. It is the member's responsibility to find tournament and qualifier fields at ajga.org. All processing fees (applying to more than one tournament in a given week) are non-refundable.
Toggle ItemWhat credit cards can I use to pay for membership and AJGA events?The AJGA accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.
Toggle ItemIf I join the AJGA and become a member, will I be guaranteed entry into tournaments?Membership does not guarantee entry into tournaments – the specific Entry Criteria for each tournament type is what determines tournament entry.
Toggle ItemI turn 19 during my senior year, am I still eligible to play AJGA events? What about gap years?A senior in high school who turns 19 on or after January 2 of his/her senior year is eligible to participate for the duration of that year provided he/she does not start college. Gap year play is not supported after December 31 following high school graduation.
Toggle ItemI’m 15. Can I still play in the AJGA Junior All-Star Series?Beginning with events in 2021, in order to apply to a 12-15-year-old event, a player must be no older than 14 on January 1 of the event year. The minimum age requirement remains unchanged at 12 years old as of the event start date. This is applicable for the following types of events: AJGA Junior-All Star Series, AJGA Preview Series (Ages 12-15), AJGA Invitationals (Ages 12-15), and associated AJGA Qualifiers.
A player who turns 15 on January 2 or later of the event year meets the age-eligibility for 12-15 year old events for the duration of that year.
Toggle ItemMy child is under 12 years old, can he play up to the AJGA Junior All-Star Series events?No, the firm minimum playing age for the AJGA is 12 years old.
Toggle ItemIf my child is 12-15 years old, can he/she only play in the AJGA Junior All-Star Series or can we still apply to Open tournaments?Any AJGA member can apply to Open tournaments. Just like the Junior All-Star Series, acceptance into Open tournaments is determined based on the number of Performance Stars each applicant has accumulated prior to the Tournament Application Deadline. In general, Junior All-Star tournament entry requires fewer Performance Stars than Open tournaments, which is one reason most younger members focus on that series while they are eligible. Also, keep in mind that one earned Performance Star is deducted when accepted to a Junior All-Star tournament vs. four deducted when accepted to an Open tournament.
Toggle ItemI don’t see an event on this year’s schedule, but it was on the previous year’s schedule, why is that?Tournaments can be contracted for a single season, a few or many seasons – they are not permanent or long term from the outset. There are some tournaments that have been on the AJGA schedule for more than 20 years while others, especially first year tournaments, may only take place one time. The AJGA also wants to be sure a new host venue is acceptable and the tournament structure is in place to warrant conducting the same tournament again.
Toggle ItemShould I only apply to events that are near me?It is up to the player if they would like to stay regionalized or travel. If you live in any area where AJGA membership is high, the demand for spots in Qualifiers and tournaments will be greater. That is when a member might consider traveling to an AJGA event. If you travel to an AJGA event, consider opportunities to visit colleges during your trip. If you do not have enough stars to gain entry into an AJGA event we recommend looking at our PBE Map.
Toggle ItemIs there any harm in applying to multiple events?Applying to multiple tournaments taking place during the same week or weekend can be an effective way to improve your chances of gaining entry into a tournament during that time. Some tournaments require fewer earned Performance Stars than others. There is a $10 processing fee assessed for any additional tournament application for a given week or weekend. At the end of the application process you will be asked to prioritize the applications in the application summary, so Player Services can try to accommodate your top choice IF you have the PBE status necessary to make that field. If you are accepted into a lower priority tournament taking place during the same week or weekend, you CANNOT remain as an alternate for the other(s). Submitting multiple applications in one week or weekend will not guarantee entry into tournaments or guarantee your top priority.
You cannot apply to multiple qualifiers scheduled during the same week.
Toggle ItemHow do I sign up for the official tournament Practice Round?Once accepted into the tournament, log into the Player Center to sign up for the practice round. The link to sign up will populate on the main screen of the Player Center under the tournament name.
To make additional practice rounds, check the tournament information section on the corresponding tournament website to see if additional practice rounds are an option.
Toggle ItemI can’t play in the official tournament Practice Round, what should I do?It is NOT mandatory to play in the tournament Practice Round. As a reminder, the Players Registration and Meetings are mandatory. You must contact the tournament director in advance if you are not able to attend those events.
Toggle ItemHow many AJGA events can I play in?AJGA members can play in a maximum combined total of five AJGA tournaments (Open and Junior All-Star) per season. Members are able to play in a maximum of four Junior All-Star Series tournaments per season. Members can play in one AJGA Preview Series Tournament if eligible. Invitationals, Qualifiers, AJGA Preview Series, and Senior Showcase events do not count toward the five event maximum.
Toggle ItemIs there a limit to the number of AJGA Preview Series events that I can play in?Players will only be allowed to play in one AJGA Preview Series event. You may apply to multiple AJGA Preview Series events, but if you gain entry into one, your application will be removed from the other AJGA Preview events. This will also include any alternate lists you are on. It is unlikely that someone will be able to play in more than one AJGA Preview Series event during their AJGA career.
Toggle ItemDo I have to play in AJGA Preview Series event as my first AJGA tournament?You do not have to play in an AJGA Preview Series event as your first AJGA tournament. However, the AJGA Preview Series has entry criteria which favors members who have not played an AJGA tournament this season or last, and graduation year. This series, conducted during the spring, offers new and returning members an opportunity to start earning Performance Based Entry status before application deadlines arrive for summer Open and Junior All-Star Series events.
Toggle ItemDoes the AJGA give preference based on graduation years?High school juniors are given some priority regarding AJGA Open Tournaments and Qualifiers.
In Open Qualifiers, approximately 50% of the initial playing field is reserved for high school juniors. Open Qualifier Entry Criteria
In AJGA Open Tournaments, we give priority to Juniors when a tie must be broken for the final tournament spots (unless in a fully exempt tiebreaker). Breaking Ties
In the tiebreaker process for AJGA Preview Series tournaments, priority is given by graduation year (oldest to youngest) if a tie still exist a random draw will be used.
Toggle ItemWhy does the AJGA allow players who have already signed National Letters of Intent to play in their events?Players who have signed a National Letter of Intent and continue to meet AJGA Competitive Eligibility Requirements are allowed to compete in AJGA events. We do not penalize a member who has already signed with a university by not allowing them access to our tournaments. Continuing to play competitive golf until they actually start college will help them keep their skills sharp, provide a way to earn awards and honors, and provide excellent competition for our other members. College coaches have asked the AJGA not to ban college signees from tournaments.
Toggle ItemWhere's my trophy?If you have any questions regarding trophies please contact the tournament director of the event.
Toggle ItemWhere can I find travel information for events?
All travel information for tournaments can be found on the tournament website (accessible by clicking the tournament name from the schedule then scroll down to ’Info and News’, then look under ‘Quick Links’ to see the ‘Tournament Information’ tab.
Toggle ItemHow do I withdraw from an AJGA event?To withdraw from an AJGA tournament or qualifier prior to the start of an event, please follow the steps below. The online withdrawal option will be available until 11:59:59 PM ET the day before the tournament's official practice round and until 11:59:59 PM ET the day before an AJGA Qualifier. If you need to withdraw after that point, you must contact the AJGA on-site Tournament Director in person. Please review the refund policy before withdrawing from an event.
Note: Withdrawals CANNOT be submitted via email or phone.
1. Login to the Player Center at ajga.org with your Member ID Number and Password.
2. Go to the tab “Withdraw from Events.”
3. Select the type of event to withdraw from.
4. Read the “Important Withdrawal Information” by clicking on the corresponding link.
5. You will see a list of events you have applied to or been accepted to. Click on the box to the left of the event from which you would like to withdraw (a check mark in the box means you have selected that event).
6. Once the event has been selected, continue to fill out the required information (relationship to player and reason for withdrawal). Click “Submit” when complete.
7. The next page will contain the withdrawal confirmation and list any event the player has selected to withdraw from. Please print this page.
8 A confirmation will also be sent to your email address on file.
Toggle ItemWhat should I expect at my first AJGA tournaments?The AJGA strives to put on the best events in junior golf. You should expect professional and courteous AJGA staff, quality venues, and a safe environment. To ensure the best AJGA events possible we require our players live up to the AJGA Code of Conduct, abide by the Pace of Play Policy, and play by the USGA Rules of Golf. Expect to play against the top competition from across the country, have fun, and enjoy a great overall experience.
Toggle ItemWhat are parents allowed to do/not do on course during the Tournament Practice Round?Players, parents, and coaches must abide by the Practice Round Policy posted at the AJGA event.
The following guidelines are established, but not limited to:
● Spectators MUST NOT caddie for their child. Players must always carry or push their own bags.
● Parents, spectators and coaches must always remain on the cart path. Exception: Parents may assist in searching for players golf balls.
● Players must play ready golf.
● Players must not hit “two shots” at any time during the round except after normal completion of the hole players can hit 2-3 additional putts or chips. Extra bunker shots around the putting green are not allowed.
● To encourage prompt pace of play in the practice round players have been provided the hole locations for the tournament. Please use these to map out the greens on your own time outside of the practice round. Players are not expected to walk around the putting greens looking for the dots.
Toggle ItemAre caddies allowed in AJGA competition?Caddies are not permitted in AJGA competition unless the specific event information states otherwise. Players must carry their bag or use a non-motorized push cart if allowed by the host facility.
Toggle ItemWhat can I do if I forget to submit a Tournament Application before the Application Deadline?The only option for a member who misses a Tournament Application Deadline is to apply to that tournament’s Qualifier, if there is one. Tournament applications are available for weeks or months prior to Application Deadlines and all the Application Deadlines can be found in the ‘Dates to Remember’ section found on the corresponding tournament website.
Toggle ItemIs there a limit to the number of qualifiers that I can play in?You can play in as many qualifiers as you can gain entry into. However, you cannot apply to more than one qualifier within the same week.
Toggle ItemDo qualifiers affect my chances of getting into AJGA Preview Series events?Since AJGA Qualifiers are not multi-day tournaments, they do NOT affect your chances of getting into an AJGA Preview event.
Toggle ItemIf I qualify into a tournament via an AJGA Qualifier, do I have to play in that tournament?If you qualify into a tournament via an AJGA Qualifier, you do NOT have to play in the tournament. The AJGA Qualifiers are a great way to earn more Performance Stars. In the scoring tent, players will be asked to circle PLAY or NOT PLAY at the bottom of their scorecard and this will indicate to the AJGA staff what the player’s preference will be.
Toggle ItemIf I qualify into a tournament and cannot play that tournament, would I be able to get directly into another tournament?No, the AJGA Qualifier you play in is ONLY good to play in the corresponding tournament, not any other tournament on the schedule. You still receive any earned Performance Stars you would have gained from your finish in that AJGA Qualifier should you choose not to play in the corresponding tournament.
Toggle ItemIf I apply to the qualifier, what is the likelihood that I will qualify for the tournament or even earn PBE?Approximately 10% of the AJGA Qualifier field will qualify into the corresponding tournament. The exact number of spots will be posted on-site at the AJGA Qualifier. Players who qualify and accept a spot in the tournament do NOT forfeit Performance Based Entry status to accept the corresponding tournament spot. If you finish in the top 50% of the AJGA Qualifier field (in either division), you will receive at least one AJGA Performance Star.
Toggle ItemIf I qualify into a tournament via an AJGA Qualifier, does that tournament still count as one of my 5 total?Yes, it does count as one of your maximum five (Open and Junior All-Star) tournaments for the season.
Toggle ItemHow can a non-member apply to an AJGA Qualifier?Players with an AJGA non-member ID who have submitted an acceptable proof of age can log into their Player Center and apply to Qualifiers after 3 PM ET on the Friday following the date the initial Qualifier field is posted on ajga.org provided that the Qualifier is not full or does not have a sufficient alternate list. The specific dates that each non-member Qualifier application will open can be found in the ‘Dates to Remember’ section on each corresponding tournament website.