Frequently Asked Questions
Q1: Can I play the summer after I graduate from high school?
Answer: No. Our tour is only open to players with PIAA eligibility remaining, regardless of age.
Q2: How do I know what division I am eligible to play in?
Answer: This is answered in the Division Questions.
Q3: I don't live in Lancaster County. Can I play in your events?
Answer: Yes. Players outside Lancaster County can play in our events as long as they meet the other eligibility requirements.
Q4: What are the other eligibility requirements?
Answer: You must become a tour member. You must be at least 9 years old as of the date of the first tournament and not have graduated from high school. You must attend one rules clinic or arrange for a suitable alternative if you have conflicts on both rules clinic dates. You must meet our scoring requirements. Full details can be found on the Membership page.
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Q1: Where do I start to register?
Answer: If you are not a tour member from a previous year, hit the Register menu option in the blue menu bar. Enter your parent information and your player information to register for the tour. Full instructions for registration can be found on the Instructions page.
Q2: Do I have to be a tour member to play in events?
Answer: Yes. Membership is required for all tour events, including the Rules Clinic.
Q3: When should I register for tournaments?
Answer: You can register for tournaments any time up to 5 days before the event. Registration for each tournament closes at midnight five days before the tournament.
Q4: I registered for a tournament but it said I was put on the wait list. What does that mean?
Answer: We have a limited number of player positions in each event. When we reach that number of players, any additional players are put on the wait list. If any players drop out, players from the wait list are entered into the tournament in the order that they registered. We will send you an e-mail to let you know you are in the event. Sometimes we are able to expand the field to fit players in. We work hard to get everyone in the field that wants to play, but there are no guarantees.
Q1: What is date used to determine a player's age for putting them in a division?
Answer: A player's age is evaluated as of the date of our first tournament. The player is placed in a division based on their age the day of the first event.
Q2: This is my first year playing on LCJGT, but I've played in other tournaments. Do I have to start in the Silver Division?
Answer: It depends. If you can provide evidence that you have shot a qualifying score in a sanctioned tournament you can request to move up to the Gold Division to start the season. For boys, you need to have shot a score of 82 or better. For girls you need to have shot a score of 92 or better. And for 9-12 year olds, if you shot a score of 55 or better you can move up to the Bronze Division.