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Points Explanation

 

Points for the 2017 season will be awarded at every event, however there are now 4 different types of points structures depending on the event. Please see the breakdown below.In 2017, the HJGT will introduce a new points system that will feature multiple positive changes. Players will count points for their best 4 finishes of the year. For example, if a player competes in 8 HJGT events per year they will take their 4 highest point finishes and the 4 lowest will be thrown out and will not count towards his/her total. The ALL HJGT teams and players of the year will be announced after the final round of the National Championship on December 3rd. There will be an awards ceremony concluding the event on Sunday evening.
2017 points race will end on Dec. 3, 2017 after the national championship.


Points for Open Events

1st Place – 1000 points                           6th Place – 300 Points
2nd Place – 700 points                            7th Place – 250 Points
3rd Place – 550 points                             8th Place – 200 Points
4th Place – 400 points                             9th Place – 150 Points
5th Place – 350 points                           10th Place – 100 Points
Points for College Prep Series and 54-Hole Events
1st Place – 1500 points                            9th Place – 225 Points
2nd Place – 1050 points                        10th Place – 150 Points
3rd Place – 825 points                             11th Place – 125 Points
4th Place – 600 points                            12th Place – 125 Points
5th Place – 525 points                            13th Place – 100 Points
6th Place – 450 Points                            14th Place -100 Points
7th Place – 375 Points                             15th Place – 75 Points
8th Place – 300 Points
Points for Major Championship Events
1st Place – 2000 points                         11th Place – 175 Points
2nd Place – 1400 points                       12th Place – 175 Points
3rd Place – 1100 points                       13th Place – 175 Points
4th Place – 800 points                           14th Place -150 Points
5th Place – 700 points                          15th Place – 150 Points
6th Place – 600 Points                          16th Place – 150 Points
7th Place – 500 Points                         17th Place – 150 Points
8th Place – 400 Points                          18th Place – 125 Points
9th Place – 300 Points                          19th Place – 125 Points
10th Place – 200 Points                       20th Place – 125 Points

Points for Invitationals, Regional Championships, and National Championship

1st Place – 3000 points                         11th Place – 400 Points
2nd Place – 2300 points                       12th Place – 400 Points
3rd Place – 1900 points                       13th Place – 400 Points
4th Place – 1600 points                           14th Place – 300 Points
5th Place – 1300 points                          15th Place – 300 Points
6th Place – 1000 Points                          16th Place – 300 Points
7th Place – 800 Points                         17th Place – 300 Points
8th Place – 700 Points                          18th Place – 175 Points
9th Place – 600 Points                          19th Place – 175 Points
10th Place – 500 Points                       20th Place – 175 Points

Ties
If there are ties for a specific place, the points will be split evenly. For example, a three-player tie for third place would result in each player receiving 433 Points (1300 total points for third-, fourth- and fifth-place divided evenly among three players).

 

Age Divisions
Points may only be earned in your age division. Points do not carry over to the older age division if you change divisions during a season. Players who change divisions during a season due to a birthday or players allowed to play up, could potentially have points listed under both age divisions.
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