Q: What is the JGAC tournament players' points system used for?
A: The JGAC Point System was established to assist in the selection of the Boys and Girls Junior America's Cup Teams, to help identify the top junior players state-wide for all-star team and Player of the Year recognition, and for exemption into JGAC Major championships.
Q: How does the JGAC select the Junior America's Cup teams?
A: The four junior boys and four junior girls players to represent Colorado are typically selected the first week of July by their respective committees. The points table will start the discussion, but will not be the final decision. Other factors such as outside national tournaments, character, on-course behavior, etc will be weighed into the decision. For more information on the Junior Americas Cup, CLICK HERE.
Q: How does the JGAC select the All-Star Teams?
A: JGAC annually recognizes in-state junior accomplishments by naming an All-Star Team comprised of both boys and girls. Team members are selected by the JGAC and will be honored at the annual banquet. Recognition is determined from the final JGAC Point Lists.
Q: How do I qualify for the JGAC Tour Championship?
A: Top 39 boys and top 21 girls off of the JGAC Tour Points List as of a TBD date will be invited.
Q: How do I qualify for the 10 & Under, 11-13 and 14-18 Junior Series Championships?
A: Top 10 boys and top 9 girls off of the Series points list will be invited. Invitations will be based off of the rankings on a TBD date.