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2018 JNJG Futures Average

The JNJG Futures Average is designed to find the best up and coming junior golfers in NSW, playing in a number of JNJG and local club junior events from right across the state. Players must be JNJG Tour Members to have their scores counted and recorded.

Please Click Here for the GIRLS JNJG Futures Average, sorted in Alphabetical Order.

Please Click Here for the GIRLS JNJG Futures Average, sorted by Age Division and Overall Average.

Please Click Here for the BOYS JNJG Futures Average, sorted in Alphabetical Order.

Please Click Here for the BOYS JNJG Futures Average, sorted by Age Division and Overall Average.

 

Eligibility Criteria

The following information defines the eligibility criteria which must be met to be eligible for the JNJG Futures Average.

  • Players must be a JNJG Tour Member.
  • Players must play a minimum number of 15 rounds.
  • Players must play a minimum of 3 JNJG Masters Series Events.
  • The remaining rounds can be made up of a combination of all JNJG Junior Masters Series events, and selected Club Tour Events.
  • The full calendar can be found on the JNJG website.
  • Players are placed into divisions, with the age they are turning in 2017 determining what age division they are in.
  • (Example – Peter is born on April 23rd, 2001. In 2017, Peter turns 16, so he is placed into the 16 Years Division on the JNJG Futures average, regardless of how many rounds he plays before this date as a 15 year old)
  • Players who turn 18 Years old in 2017 are placed in the 17 Years and Over JNJG Futures Average. However, any round played after a player turns 18 is not counted towards the averages.

(Example - Katrina is born on July 24th, 1999. in 2018, Katrina turns 18 years old. If she has passed all eligibility criteria and played the minimum number of rounds by this date, she will be eligible to win the 17 Years and Over JNJG Futures Average).   

 

Please see the events below which make up the different categories of events.

 

JNJG Masters Series Events (Minimum of 3 Tournaments)

(Dates were correct at time of publication - please check JNJG calendar for official tournament entry forms and dates)

  • Wagga Wagga Junior Masters @ Wagga Wagga CC (Saturday 24th - Sunday 25th February, 2018)
  • Peter O'Malley Junior Masters @ Bathurst GC (Saturday 24th - Sunday 25th March, 2018)
  • Ballina Junior Masters @ Ballina GC (Sunday 15th - Monday 16th April, 2018) (April School Holidays)
  • Illawarra Junior Masters @ Links Shell Cove (Sunday 29th - Monday 30th April, 2018) (April School Holidays)
  • North Coast Junior Masters @ Kew CC (Saturday 19th - Sunday 20th May, 2018)
  • Macarthur Junior Masters @ Campbelltown GC (Sunday 10h - Monday 11th June, 2018) (Queens Birthday Long Weekend)
  • South Coast Junior Masters @ Catalina CC (Saturday 25th - Sunday 26th August, 2018)
  • Brett Ogle Junior Masters @ Goulburn GC (Saturday 17th - Sunday 18th November, 2018)

 

Club Tour Events

Club Tour Events listed on the JNJG "Club Tour" Calendar will also be used to count towards the JNJG Futures Average. If your club is hosting a Junior Tournament, make sure the event is on the JNJG Calendar and let JNJG know about it so we can include the event as part of the JNJG Futures Average. 


Calculation of JNJG Futures Scoring Average

Girls

All Scores are calculated to an average par of 72.
Scores returned on a course with a Daily Scratch Rating (DSR) of less than 72 will be increased by the number of strokes by which the rating is below 72.
Scores returned on a course with a Daily Scratch Rating (DSR) of more than 72 will be decreased by the number of strokes by which the rating is above 72. 

(Example - Sheridan plays the Penrith Open and shoots a scratch score of 75. The Daily Scratch Rating is 74. As the DSR is above 72 by 2 shots, Sheridan's score is decreased by 2 shots. Sheridan's adjusted score is 73).

Boys

All Scores are calculated to an average par of 70. 
Scores returned on a course with a Daily Scratch Rating (DSR) of less than 70 will be increased by the number of strokes by which the rating is below 70. 
Scores returned on a course with a Daily Scratch Rating (DSR) of more than 70 will be decreased by the number of strokes by which the rating is above 70. 

(Example - Rory plays the Penrith Open and shoots a scratch score of 75. The Daily Scratch Rating is 72. As the DSR is above 70 by 2 shots, Rory's score is decreased by 2 shots. Rory's adjusted score is 73).

 

In the event of a scorecard not returned by a player, the following will apply:

  • A player who starts a round and does not return their scorecard will be recorded as scoring 20 shots over par.
  • A player who is disqualified for an incorrect score card or rule infringement will be recorded as scoring 20 shots over par.
  • A player who cannot complete a round due to a valid reason (eg - illness or injury), will have no score recorded.

 

Contact

For any questions about the 2017 JNJG Futures Averages, please contact Dale Hughes on 9567 7736 or dale@jnjg.com.au

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