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2019 AJGA Junior All-Star at Windsor Tournament Information


AJGA Host Hotel: Flamingo Conference Resort and Spa
Hotel Address: 2777 Fourth Street, Santa Rosa CA
AJGA Special Rate: $199
Rate Includes: Complimentary Parking and WiFi as well as the exclusive resort fee

Reservation Method: Phone: (707) 545-8530
Booking link: Email: groupres@flamingoresort.com
Cutoff Date: February 25, 2019
Check in Time: 3:00 p.m.
Check out Time: 11:00 a.m.

Private Housing: Please contact Tournament Director Cameron Roedel at (630) 487-7522 or croedel@ajga.org if you need or are seeking more information on private housing. This option is first come, first served, and is not guaranteed, so please contact the tournament director as soon as possible.

In order to fully process your request for private housing, you will be sent information via email to complete. The AJGA will be facilitating background checks of all possible housing options as a way to ensure a safe and welcoming atmosphere during the event. These checks come with a $50 non-refundable, administrative fee. Upon your request for private housing, the AJGA will bear the expense of the check up-front, and thus, the fee is non-refundable as the process cannot be reversed or withdrawn.


Airport: San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
Airport Transportation: None
Cost: None
Distance to Host Hotel: SFO to Flamingo Conference Resort
Distance from Golf Course: SFO to Windsor Golf Club
AJGA Preferred Rentals: Avis and Budget, the preferred rental car brands of the American Junior Golf Association, provide AJGA members and their families with savings on vehicles for all AJGA event-related and personal travel. To see rates for all events, visit these links:

Onsite Transportation: None


Date: March 15, 2019
Time: 1:30 p.m. Shotgun
Golf Course: Windsor Golf Club
Signup: AJGA Player Center
Cutoff: Thursday, March 14

An AJGA Staff member will be located on the practice facilities with hole locations and sand bottles. All players are required to carry their own bag or use a push cart.

*NOTE* The AJGA asks for help from parents during the official practice round on Friday, March 15. We are in need of help from parents to shuttle players from the clubhouse to their starting holes in order to begin the practice round. We will also need help shuttling players back to the clubhouse at the conclusion of the practice round. Windsor Golf Club does not allow anyone under the age of 18 to drive golf carts. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.

Spectator carts will be available for purchase during the practice round ONLY and can be purchased for $15 from the Windsor Golf Club pro shop.

Additional Practice Rounds Information

Players may arrange additional practice rounds by contacting Windsor Golf Club at (707) 838-7888 on an individual basis. Additional practice rounds will be $10 for juniors walking. A separate cart fee of $15 will be applied if desired. For guests wishing to play with AJGA members, the walking rates for Monday-Thursday are $41, Friday will cost $46 and on weekends the price will be $59. Tee times are subject to Windsor Golf Club availability. Be sure to mention that you are an AJGA player in order to ensure the junior rate.


Dates: March 15 - 17
Times: 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Balls: Complimentary all day Friday after 11 a.m. and prior to play on Saturday and Sunday. After play on Saturday and Sunday golf balls can be purchased from the Windsor Golf Club pro shop at $4/$7/$10 for small, medium, and large buckets.
Note: After play please stay in designated area


Function: Player Registration / Meeting
Date: Friday, March 15
Time: 11 a.m.
Location: Windsor Golf Club
Room: Banquet Room - Charlie's Restaurant

Players unable to register at this time MUST notify Tournament Director Cameron Roedel prior to March 15 at (630) 487-7522. Both events are mandatory. Players who fail to attend either or both of these functions without prior approval from the tournament director may forfeit their tournament gifts. Approval to miss Players Registration and Players Meeting will be granted only in extreme circumstances. An individual absent from these events because they are not staying at the host hotel, are staying in private housing for the week, or have a long commute do not constitute acceptable circumstances.

Function: Parent Meeting
Date: Friday, March 15
Time: 1:30 p.m.
Location: Windsor Golf Club
Room: Banquet Room - Charlie's Restaurant


Official First-Round Pairings Available: March 16 - 17
Tee Times: 8:30 - 10:30 a.m. off Nos. 1 & 10 (First Round); 8:30 - 10:30 a.m. off Nos. 1 & 10 (Final Round)
Final-Round Pairings Available: March 16]
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Location: ajga.org
Note: Players assume the entire risk if they call any other number or individual and receive an incorrect starting time.

A tie for the championship will be decided by a sudden-death playoff immediately following the conclusion of play. As inclement weather may delay play, please make your departing flight as late as possible. The AJGA will play until dark if necessary to complete the tournament. Should the player need to withdraw for travel related reasons please understand the withdrawal will be classified as questionable.


Date: March 16
Time: 12:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Location: Windsor Golf Club
Social Activity: Will take place concurrently with the cookout
Cost: Players Complimentary / Guests $13 per person


HQ Location: Main Clubhouse - Windsor Golf Club
TD Name: Cameron Roedel
Phone Number: (630) 487-7522
Email: croedel@ajga.org


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At all events players will receive a small sand bottle prior to the round to use throughout the day to fill divots on the course. Sand-filling stations will be set up around the course for players to use during their round. The driving range will be set up with sand for players to use following their practice session before and after the round.


All Junior Plus Members will have the opportunity to have their swings taped on the driving range for the College Coaches website at any time during the event. Players must see the Tournament Director to schedule a time to film their swing video. If you are unsure of your membership status, a list is available in tournament headquarters.


All AJGA participants are expected to abide by the AJGA Code of Conduct. Violations of the Code of Conduct will be dealt with based on the severity of the misconduct. Proper attire is required at all times and failure to comply may result in disqualification. Click here to view the AJGA’s Code of Conduct.


All AJGA participants are expected to abide by the AJGA Pace of Play policy. Pace of play will be reviewed with all players during the Players Meeting, the Practice Round and on the starting tees before each round. Click here to review the AJGA Pace of Play Policy.


The condition of competition requiring a player’s clubs conform to the groove and punch mark specifications as detailed in the Rules of Golf Effective January 2019 is IN effect for AJGA competitions. To determine if a club or set of clubs conforms to the new specifications, players should first search the Informational Club Database (Grooves) which is available at http://www.usga.org/InfoClubsDB/index.asp

  • Golf carts and spectator carts are not allowed without a Government issued Blue Permanent Handicap placard. Please see the Tournament Director on-site to receive an approved cart.
  • Caddies are not permitted in AJGA tournament play.
  • Push carts (non-motorized) are approved for use by all players as permitted by the host facility. Players are responsible for providing their own push carts.


If you find that you cannot compete in this event, you must withdraw from the event online through the Player Center. If the online withdrawal option is not available, you must speak directly with the tournament director. Complete withdrawal procedures prior to the start of an event are available at ajga.org. This allows the AJGA to replace you with an alternate. If you cannot compete and do not withdraw properly, you are considered a "no show," and the following action may be taken:

  1. If you have already been accepted for another event, you may be notified of your disqualification from that event.
  2. If you have not been accepted in another event at this time, your next application may not be considered.
  3. If this offense is repeated, you may not be allowed to play in any more events for the remainder of the year.