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The Fall Junior Series gives high school golfers the opportunity to build their golfing resume by competing as part of a team and also as an individual in a series of 18-hole competitions during the fall.

Teams - Junior players compete in teams of three (3) players, counting their two lowest scores after completion of play for each event (similar to how high school events are conducted). In the events, juniors will play in threesomes made up of players from different teams. The top team receives a medal at each tournament. Typically, a team consists of the same 3 boys each event, but in the case that someone can't play in an event, a team can be made up of any combination of the same 4 boys during the series. Players are to come up with a creative team name for the series. In addition to the team race, representatives of teams competing in an event are also placed in the individual competition against all other participants. The top 10 individual scores at each event will receive recognition.

Each event is limited to 60 golfers (20 teams) and the entry fee for each competition is $50 per player. Event registration opens August 18th at 9am.

A list of participants and pairings is sent to area college golf coaches prior to each tournament. Following the event the same is done with the results.

Each event in the Fall Junior Series is awarded NGA Junior Point Standings points. In addition, separate Fall Junior Series point standings are established to track both the individual and team race. Post season recognition is given to the top five individual point finishers, also known as the FJS All-Star Team. The top overall team at the completion of the series is also recognized and presented with a special prize. The overall points race will be based on an individual or team's top three finishes. The Fall Junior Series points race is separate from the summer NJG Tour season long points race.

HOW TO REGISTER FOR NEBRASKA JUNIOR GOLF TOUR EVENTS

STEP 1: Are you a Nebraska Junior Golf Member?

All members must register for the 2021 NJG Membership to activate their GHIN number. CLICK HERE to sign up!

To view the "how-to video on signing up for the NJG Membership" click HERE.

STEP 2: Sign in to your player profile.

If you were a NJG Tour Member last year you should have a player profile already created! Simply enter your email and password HERE. Click on the "Forgot your Password" option if you cannot remember your password from last year.

If you do not remember the email address you used last year, please email kkarcher@nebraskajuniorgolf.com with the players name and we can tell you which email you used.

New Members

To create a player profile for the first time please click HERE. Locate the blue "Click Here to Register" button. Enter your GHIN number (you received this in an email when you signed up for a membership) and Last Name. Proceed to enter the requested information.

To view the "how-to video on creating a player profile" click HERE.

PLEASE READ: If competing on a team, please have all three team members and your team name planned out prior to registering. If competing on a team, please enter your team name in the registration. One player/parent must sign up all three teammates at the point of registration. You do not have to pay for all three, you have the option to send the payment link to the other players.

ELIGIBILITY

Entrant must be a junior amateur golfer currently enrolled in high school and a member of Nebraska Junior Golf. A junior golfer is defined as an amateur golfer who has not yet reached the September 1 following graduation from secondary school.

Junior golfers not currently enrolled in high school may request permission to play, if they meet one of the following criteria, based on their performance in NGA/NJG competitions: 1) Made the 36-hole cut at the Nebraska Junior Amateur; 2) Qualified for the Nebraska Junior Match Play bracket of 32; 3) Won a NJG Premier Event or the 18-hole NJG Tour Championship. Any such requests should be sent to Kurt Karcher at kkarcher@nebraskajuniorgolf.com and must be approved before entry is allowed.

For any girls who compete during the Spring high school boys season, they ARE eligible to participate in the Fall Junior Series. 

Each competition will be limited to 15 teams and 15 individuals, a total of 60 players. Any three eligible juniors may enter as a team. Team entries are accepted by order of entry. Additional teams will be accepted if individual spots are not filled. Individual entries are accepted by order of entry. Additional individuals will be accepted if the team spots are not filled. When registering as part of a team, it is best if one teammate looks up and enters all three members at once so they are entered at the same time and their spots are confirmed. Teams are limited to any combination of the same four participants throughout the series to be eligible for the FJS Team Point Standings. 

Amateur Status: All players must conform with the Rules of Amateur Status as specified in The Rules of Golf.

CODE OF CONDUCT:

NJG may reject an entry application, revoke an accepted application, expel from the Championship and/or suspend a player from future championships if the player engages in conduct detrimental to the integrity and image of the game of golf and/or public confidence in NJG. Such conduct may include, but is not limited to, damage to the golf course or the player's equipment, verbal or physical abuse of spectators, officials, volunteers, or staff, blatant or excessive profanity, disorderly behavior, failure to abide by club rules, or any other unbecoming conduct.

ENTRY FEE

Entry fee of $50 must be paid by every player. Entry fee will be refunded regardless of reason if NJG is notified (402-730-8364) before the deadline. After the deadline, fees will be refunded in the event of injury or illness, if requested no later than the day prior to the event. No refund for any reason after the start of the event. A $10 service charge will be deducted from all refunds.

CLOSING DATE

Entries must be made no later than 11:59pm CST on the specific event deadline. Late entries are not acceptable and will be automatically rejected. (Entries by telephone, e-mail, or FAX not acceptable.) Time limit for entries means time of receipt at NJG (not time entry is sent or transmitted to NJG). Entries should be submitted early to allow ample time for delay or error in transmission. The risk of delay or error in transmission lies solely with the entrant and NJG will have no liability with respect to any such delay or error and the consequences therefrom, including rejection of the entry.

Schedule

Explorer
Date: September 19th, 2021
Site: Norfolk CC in Norfolk, NE
Starting time: Shotgun start at 1pm
Entry Deadline: September 12th @ 11:59pm

Pioneer
Date: September 26th, 2021
Site: River Wilds GC in Blair, NE
Starting time: Shotgun start at 1pm
Entry Deadline: September 18th @ 11:59pm

Frontier
Date: October 3rd, 2021
Site: Awarii Dunes GC in Axtell, NE
Starting time: Shotgun start at 1pm
Entry Deadline: September 25th @ 11:59pm

Additional Info

Explorer
Player Memorandum
Notice to Players
Pace of Play Policy
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Pioneer
Player Memorandum
Notice to Players
Pace of Play Policy
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Frontier
Player Memorandum
Notice to Players
Pace of Play Policy

2021 NJG Tour Local Rules and Terms of Competition

Pairings will be posted here following the entry deadlines for each event.

Explorer
Norfolk CC
Sunday, September 19th - Pairings

Pioneer
River Wilds GC
Sunday, September 26th - Pairings

Frontier
Awarii Dunes GC
Sunday, October 3rd - Pairings

Scoring links will be posted here for each event.

Explorer
Norfolk CC
Sunday, September 19th - Scoring

Pioneer
River Wilds GC
Sunday, September 26th - Scoring

Frontier
Awarii Dunes GC
Sunday, October 3rd - Scoring

2021 POST-SERIES AWARDS

2021 NJG Fall Junior Series Team Champions
TBD

2021 NJG Fall Junior Series All-Star Team
TBD

 

Each event in the Fall Junior Series is awarded NGA Junior Point Standings points. In addition separate Fall Junior Series point standings are established to track both the individual and team race. Post season recognition is given to the top five individual point finishers, also known as the FJS All-Star Team. The top Team finisher is also recognized and presented with a special prize. In 2021, all three events will count towards the overall points race for both individuals and teams. See the points charts for both teams and individuals below.

FJS Individual Point Standings

FJS Team Point Standings

TBD

FJS Individual Points Chart

FJS Team Points Chart

*Remaining places receive 15 points
*In case of ties for 1st place, there will be a sudden death playoff to determine who receives the first place awards and points. With ties for any other place, points are split.

*In the case of a tie for the overall individual series champion, the method for breaking the tie is TBD by the NJG committee based on the particular circumstance.

*In case of ties for 1st place, the third ball will be the tie breaker to determine who receives the winning medals & winning points. If still tied, there will be an on-course playoff. With ties for any other place, points will be split and there will be no playoff. (Tie breaking policy subject to change at discretion of the NJG committee)

*In the case of an overall team tie for 1st place, the most previous lowest head to head team score between the tied teams will be the winners. If still no winner, the most previous head to head team with the lowest 18-hole score recorded will be the winners. If still tied, they will be named co-champions for the series.