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Spring Series VII Championship-Rancho Murieta

Junior Golf Tour of Northern California Crowns Winners at Spring Series VII Championship at Rancho Murieta Country Club in Rancho Murieta

 

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (May 16, 2022) –The 2021-2022 Junior Tour of Northern California (JTNC) crowned champions Sunday at the Spring Series VII Championship at Rancho Murieta Country Club in Rancho Murieta.

Clark van Gaalen shot 5-under par 137 and Asterisk Talley shot even par 144 to win their respective divisions at the Spring Series VII Championship held Saturday and Sunday at par-72 Rancho Murieta Country Club.

 

Van Gaalen earned his third win of the 2021-22 season thanks in part to a solid first round 5-under 67 that included three birdies and an eagle on the par-5 15th. A day later, van Gaalen tacked on another five birdies to go against three bogeys. The three wins in a season tied him for third all-time behind record holder Jaden Dumdumaya (five) and further increased his lead in the race for Boys’ Player of the Year honors.

Ben Ragland was runner-up at 139 after a final round 70. Dumdumaya was third at 140 following a final round 69.

Joshua Wang placed fourth at 149. Three players—Ian Vodopich, Ben Friedman and Ishdeep Sodhi—tied for fifth at 151.

In the Girls’ Championship, Talley notched her eighth win of the season, tying Sabrina Iqbal for the all-time Girls’ JTNC record for most wins in a season.

Talley was again steady, posting rounds of 71-73 to defeat runner-up Nikki Chindavong by two shots. Talley posted five total birdies, including three in a row in the first round.

Chindavong made a charge in the second round, carding a 70 that included three birdies and a hole-out eagle on the par-4 9th.

Lily Peng was third at 148 after a final round 72. Michelle Woo was fourth at 149 and Abigail Lin was fifth at 152.

In the Boys’ First Flight Championship, Andrew Oh shot a final round 77 to come in at 152 and defeat runner-up William Hardy by a stroke. Hardy had a final round 76.

Third place went to Ian Cheng at 155, while Brody Nigel was fourth at 158. Agilan Ramakrishnan tied for fifth with Ethan Cheng at 162.

In the Girls’ First Flight Championship, Tiffany Chang had a final round 78 to come in at 1658 and defeat runner-up Jayleen Sito by six shots. Sito had a final round 164.

Third place went to Veronica Cantu Maher at 176. Olivia Pocat was fourth at 184 and Riley Jiang was fifth at 192.

The next event on the JTNC calendar is the Spring Series VIII Championship, to be held May 28-29 at Rooster Run Golf Club in Petaluma.

Mother’s Day First Flight–Del Monte

JTNC Crowns Champions at the Mother’s Day First Flight Championship at Del Monte

Samantha Chiou shot 4-over 76 to win the Girls’ title by four shots over Victoria Cui. Erin Le Nguyen was third at 82. Saisha Vibhute was fourth at 85 and Jayleen Sito was fifth at 86.

In the Boys’ Championship, Danish Sharma took the title with a score of 7-over 79. Brandon Pantaleon was second at 80, while Aiden Lew and Maximus Choi both finished third at 81. Choi earned third place via a card-off. Jayden Jew, Ethan Wang and Euyule Ko were T-5 at 82.

 

Spring Series VI Championship–Coyote Creek

Junior Golf Tour of Northern California Crowns Winners at Spring Series VI Championship at Coyote Creek Golf Club in San Jose

 PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (May 2, 2022) –The 2021-2022 Junior Tour of Northern California (JTNC) crowned champions Sunday at the Spring Series VI Championship at Coyote Creek Golf Club in San Jose.

Calvin Kong shot 2-over par 146 and Madalyn Lee shot 6-over par 150 to win their respective divisions at the Spring Series VI Championship held Saturday and Sunday at par-72 Coyote Creek Golf Club.

Kong earned his first victory of the 2021-22 season thanks to a solid final-round 2-under 70 that included a winning birdie on the closing 18th hole. On the front-nine, Kong posted a 3-under 34 that included birdies on holes Nos. 2 and 3.

Finishing just a stroke behind Kong at 147 were Joshua Wang and Aditya Das, who each shot a final round 71. Wang had a par on 18 while Das made birdie. Wang would earn second place after a card-off (lower back-nine score).

Ben Ragland was fourth at 149. Logan Mills placed fifth at 150.

In the Girls’ Championship, Lee also earned her first win of the 2021-22 season. She’d also win by a stroke, carding a final round 76 to hold off runner-up Nicole Iniakov by one.

Lee, who played her front-nine at 1-under thanks to two birdies, made a clutch par on 18 to seal the win. Iniakov closed with a birdie on 18 to keep the pressure on.

Three players—Riley Yang, Cathy Zhang and Kara Lee—finished tied for third at 156.

In the Boys’ First Flight Championship, three players—Maximus Choi, William Chang and Nicholas Le—all came in tied for first at 13-over 157. Choi was awarded first place after a card-off, with Le taking second and Chang placing third.

Danish Sharma was fourth at 158. Richard Ding and Parker Woo were T-5 at 159.

In the Girls’ First Flight Championship, Samantha Chiou shot a final round 74 to come in at 152 and defeat runner-up Tiffany Chang by eight shots. Chang had a final round 80.

Chelsie Chin and Kayla Corcoran finished tied for third at 164. Saisha Vibhute was fifth at 165.

The next event on the JTNC calendar is the First Flight Mother’s Day Tournament, to be held May 9 at Del Monte Golf Course in Monterey.

Spring Series V Championship–Yolo Fliers Club

Championship Info/Pairings/Results 

Junior Golf Tour of Northern California Crowns Winners at Spring Series V Championship at Yolo Fliers Club in Woodland

 PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (April 25, 2022) –The 2021-2022 Junior Tour of Northern California (JTNC) crowned champions Sunday at the Spring Series V Championship at Yolo Fliers Club in Woodland.

Clark van Gaalen shot even par 144 and defeated Matthew Shimizu in a playoff and Asterisk Talley 2-over par 144 to win their respective divisions at the Spring Series V Championship held Saturday and Sunday at par-72 Yolo Fliers Club.

Van Gaalen earned his second win of the 2021-22 season in dramatic fashion, knocking off Shimizu in a sudden-death playoff. Both players had identical rounds of 70-74 in regulation.

The win was redemption for Van Gaalen. He had closed with a triple-bogey to allow Shimizu to catch him. Prior to the triple-bogey, Van Gaalen was 3-under thru his back-nine. Shimizu played the front-nine at 4-over before turning things around on the back.

Colin Keith placed third at 145 after a final round 73. Keith had a chance to join the playoff but could only muster pars on his final four holes.

Carlos Feliciano, Jacob Larson and Jaden Dumdumaya all finished T-4 at 148.

In the Girls’ Championship, Talley had back-to-back rounds of 73 to claim a historic six-shot victory. With the win, Talley earned her 10th career JTNC title, moving to fourth place on the all-time win list. Talley also earned her seventh win of the 2021-22, putting her just one behind Sabrina Iqbal’s JTNC record of eight wins in one season.

Darla May Dela Torre was second at 152 after a final round 72, while Ryan Flynn was third at 154.

Sophia Bardunias and Nikki Chindavong finished T-4 at 156.

In the Boys’ First Flight Championship, four players—Alejandro Formosa, Mason Sylvester, Ian Cheng and Sahil Nathoo—all finished regulation tied at 9-over 153. Formosa won the playoff, with Sylvester placing second and Cheng placing third.

William Chang was fifth at 156.

In the Girls’ First Flight Championship, Katherine Keith shot a final round 77 to come in at 10-over 154 and defeat runner-up Victoria Cui by six shots. Cui had a final round 79.

Kayla Corcoran was third at 161, while Sai Kaneshiro was fourth at 163. Erin Le Nguyen and Tiffany Chang were T-5 at 166.

The next event on the JTNC calendar is the Spring Series VI Championship, set for April 30-May 1 at Coyote Creek Golf Club in San Jose.

 

Spring Series IV–Rancho Solano and Paradise Valley

Pairings/Results 

Junior Golf Tour of Northern California Crowns Winners at Spring Series IV Championship at Rancho Solano GC and Paradise Valley GC in Fairfield

 PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (April 11, 2022) –The 2021-2022 Junior Tour of Northern California (JTNC) crowned champions Sunday at the Spring Series IV Championship at Rancho Solano GC and Paradise Valley GC in Fairfield.

Alex Lemmon shot even par 144 and Gianna Singh 3-over par 147 and defeated Nikki Chindavong in a playoff to win their respective divisions at the Spring Series IV Championship held Saturday and Sunday at par-72 Rancho Solano and Paradise Valley.

Lemmon earned his first win of the season, thanks in part to a final round 71 that included four clutch birdies on the back-nine. Overall, Lemmon posted 10 birdies over his 36 holes.

Both Carson Limpus and Andre Zhang finished tied for second at 146 after final rounds of 72. Limpus was awarded second place in a card-off.

Three players—Lukas Taggart, Will Hoff and Zachery Pollo—finished T-4 at 147.

In the Girls’ Championship, Singh would win in a sudden-death playoff with a par (1st hole) after coming in with a solid final round score of 70. Singh made a charge in regulation on the front-nine on Sunday, posting a 3-under 33 with three birdies.

Chindavong had a final round 73 and made bogey in the playoff to finish as runner-up. Asterisk Talley, back from competing at Augusta National in the Drive, Chip and Putt Finals, was third at 149 after a final round 75.

Three players—Darla May DeLa Torre, Amelia Rae Greenlee and Ellie Bushnell—finished T-4 at 150.

In the Boys’ First Flight Championship, Griffin Chiu shot a final round 75 to come in at 149 and defeated runner-up Harrison Hashimoto in a card-off. Hashimoto had a final round 77.

Third place went to Alejandro Formosa at 152. Mario Stump was fourth at 153 and Ian Cheng was fifth at 155.

In the Girls’ First Flight Championship, Samantha Chiou shot a final round 79 to come in at 160 and defeat runner-up Paavni Behl in a card-off. Behl also had a final round 79.

Jayleen Sito was third at 161. Erin Le Nguyen and Melody Chen tied for fourth at 165.

The next event on the JTNC calendar is the Spring Series V Championship, set for April 23-24 at Yolo Fliers Club in Woodland.

 

 

Spring Series III Championship–DeLaveaga

Championship Info/Pairings/Results 

 

Junior Golf Tour of Northern California Crowns Winners at Spring Series III Championship at DeLaveaga Golf Club in Santa Cruz

 PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (April 4, 2022) –The 2021-2022 Junior Tour of Northern California (JTNC) crowned champions Sunday at the Spring Series III Championship at DeLaveaga Golf Club in Santa Cruz.

Edan Cui shot 1-under par 139 and Cathy Zhang shot 5-over 145 to win their respective divisions at the Spring Series III Championship held Saturday and Sunday at par-70 DeLaveaga GC.

Cui earned his first win of the season, thanks in part to a solid 3-under final round 67 that included four birdies and a bogey. He’d play his final nine holes at 2-under to hold off runner-up Clark van Gaalen by three shots. The top two players in the Boys’ and Girls’ Championship and First Flights who have not already qualified (or earned an exemption) earned spots into the upcoming NorCal qualifier for the Notah Begay Championship.

In Saturday’s opener, Cui posted a 72. Van Gaalen, who opened with a 73, carded a final round 69. Third place went to Kyler Heath at 144 after a final round 70.

Arnold He and Michael Sorber finished T-4 at 145.

In the Girls’ Championship, Zhang won her first event of the 2021-22 season thanks to a solid final round 2-under 69 that included four birdies and three bogeys.

In the first round, Zhang posted a 76. Cindy Wang placed second at 148 after a final round 75. Third place went to Abigail Lin at 150 following a 74.

Madelyn Lee and Norah Yang finished T-4 at 152.

In the Boys’ First Flight Championship, Richard Ding shot a final round 77 to come in at 152 and defeat runner-up Brandon Pantaleon by two shots. Pantaleon had a final round 77.

Third place went to Amo Wehle at 156. Aiden Chuah was fourth at 158 and Danish Sharma was fifth at 159.

In the Girls’ First Flight Championship, Addison Claire Lee shot a final round 70 to come in at 147 and defeat runner-up Saisha Vibhute by eight shots. Vibute had a final round 77.

Third place went to Kayla Corcoran at 165. Sal Kaneshiro was fourth at 168 and Ashley Gettleman was fifth at 169.

The next event on the JTNC calendar is the Spring Series IV Championship, set for April 9-10 at Paradise Valley and Rancho Solano Golf Course in Fairfield.

 

 

Spring Series II Championship-Paso Robles GC

Championship Info/Pairings/Results 

 

Junior Golf Tour of Northern California Crowns Winners at Spring Series II Championship at Paso Robles Golf Club in Paso Robles

 PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (March 26, 2022) –The 2021-2022 Junior Tour of Northern California (JTNC) crowned champions Sunday at the Spring Series II Championship at Paso Robles Golf Club in Paso Robles.

Luke Montoya shot 4-over par 144 and Brenna Preap shot 7-over 147 to win their respective divisions at the Spring Series Ii Championship held Saturday and Sunday at par-70 Paso Robles GC.

 

Montoya earned his first win of the season, coming up with a clutch birdie on the 17th hole to fend off runner-up Nathan Lee by a shot. The birdie came in handy, as Montoya closed with a double-bogey. Overall, Montoya carded eight birdies over his 36-holes.

Lee had opened with a sensational 68, but fell back to a 77 on Sunday. Lee had a chance to tie but made bogey on each of his last three holes.

Nicholas Mouser was third at 146 after a final round 71. Gerad Matthew Lee and Christian Maggard finished T-4 at 147.

In the Girls’ Championship, Preap notched her first win of the season thanks to solid play each day. Preap was clutch, playing her final nine holes at just 2-over to hold off runner-up Cathy Zhang by two shots.

Keira Howard was third at 152 following a final round 77. Lisa Shimmon was fourth at 153 and Alexa Pineda was fifth at 154.

In the Boys’ First Flight Championship, Cru Sullivan shot a final round 73 to come in at 144 and defeat runner-up Shane Moncrief by nine shots. Moncrief had a final round 75.

Nathan Tarter and Kirin Desai finished T-3 at 154. Elias Moncrief was fifth at 155.

In the Girls’ First Flight Championship, Giana Grace Gunasayan shot a final round 77 to come in at 159 and defeat runner-up Addison Claire Lee by three strokes. Lee had a final round 76.

Third place went to Erin Le Nguyen at 165, with Sofia Pierson placing fourth at 174. Maya London was fifth at 178.

The next event on the JTNC calendar is the Spring Series III Championship, set for April 2-3 at DeLeavega Golf Course in Santa Cruz.

 

Spring Series I Championship-The Reserve at Spanos Park & Stockton GCC

Pairings/Results 

 

 

Junior Tour of Northern California Crowns Winners at Spring Series I Championship at Stockton Golf and Country Club and The Reserve at Spanos Park in Stockton

 PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (March 21, 2022) –The 2021-2022 Junior Tour of Northern California (JTNC) crowned champions Sunday at the Spring Series I Championship at Stockton Golf and Country Club and The Reserve at Spanos Park in Stockton.

Jaden Dumdumaya shot 5-under par 138 and Asterisk Talley shot 5-over 148 and defeated Cathy Zhang in a sudden-death playoff to win their respective divisions at the Spring Series I Championship held Saturday and Sunday at par-71 Stockton G&CC and par-72 The Reserve at Spanos Park.

Dumdumaya picked up his fourth win of the 2021-22 season and 10th of his JTNC career, leaving him just one win behind all-time leader Justin Suh.

On Saturday, Dumdumaya carded six birdies to go against just one miscue, a double-bogey on the par-4 10th. A day later, Dumdumaya posted four birdies to offset three bogey for a 70.

Clark van Gaalen was runner-up at 144 following rounds of 73-71, while Dominic Crofult was third at 147 after a final round 74. Andre Zhagn and Andrew Ma tied for fourth at 149.

In the Girls’ Championship, Talley won her fifth title of the 2021-2022 season, leaving her just three behind leader Sabrina Iqbal for most JTNC wins in season.

Talley opened with a 72 that included three birdies and two bogeys. A day later she shot 76 but made a clutch par on 18. Zhang was steady, posting back-to-back rounds of 74. She’d play her last seven holes at 1-under to join Talley in the playoff.

Keira Howard was third at 150 after a final round 72. Emily Luo was fourth (153) and Michelle Woo was fifth (154).

In the Boys’ First Flight Championship, Ian Cheng shot a final round 76 to come in at 150 and defeat runner-up William Chang by a stroke. Chang had a final round 73.

Third place went to Richard Ding at 152. Fourth place went to Nathan Tarter at 155, with Ethan Cheng taking fifth at 158.

In the Girls’ First Flight Championship, Chloe Ku shot a final round 86 to come in at 165 and defeat runner-up Jayleen Sito by a stroke. Sito had a final round 83.

Third place went to Sai Kaneshiro at 167, with Saisha Vibhute placing fourth at 168. Jaylyn Remolona and Melody Chen were T-5 at 173.

The next event on the JTNC calendar is the Spring Series II Championship, set for March 26-27 at Paso Robles Golf Club in Paso Robles.

 

2020-2021 JTNC Players of the Year

July 28, 2021

Girls’ Player of the Year—Adora Liu

At the end of the 2019-2020 JTNC season, Newark resident Adora Liu found herself just inside the top 50 of the Player of the Year standings. In a tie for 48th.

So the 17-year-old senior at Irvington High decided to put in some extra work. Suffice to say, the longer practice sessions paid off.

Liu would go on to claim 2020-2021 Girls’ Player of the Year honors, finishing the season with 2,361 points. Asterisk Talley was runner-up with 1,786 points.

“It means a lot to me to be Player of the Year,” Liu said. “I put in a lot of work, and I won quite a few tournaments. I’m proud of that.”

Liu won four events—the NCGA Junior Championship, Fall Series II and III Championships and the Holiday Series III Championship. The four victories in a season is tied for the fourth most all-time. Sabrina Iqbal won eight times during the 2013-2014 season.

Along with the wins, Liu, who described her season as “up and down” had one runner-up (Spring Series I Championship) and three third place finishes.

“I had a pretty good start to the season, and then I kind of had a break,” Liu said. “But then I got it going again.”

 

Boys’ Player of the Year—Jaden Dumdumaya

Becoming a pro has long been an aspiration for Fairfield resident Jaden Dumdumaya.

While still just 15, his name is already connected to a U.S. Open champ.

Dumdumaya, a sophomore at De La Salle High, won Boys’ Player of the Year honors for the 2020-2021 season with 2,835 points thanks in part to a JTNC record five wins during the season—Holiday Series III, Spring Series IV and VI and Summer Series II and III Championships. Finishing as runner-up was Zachery Pollo with 1,900 points.

With the victories, Dumdumaya moved into a tie for third with Bryson DeChambeau and Joshua McCarthy for most JTNC wins all-time (six). The only players ahead of him on the all-time win list are Thomas Hutchison (nine) and Justin Suh (11).

“Winning Player of the Year means a lot to me because of all the hard work I’ve put in,” Dumdumaya said. “I wouldn’t be here either without my family. I’m thankful for them.”

Among Dumdumaya’s highlights was a fireworks show at the Summer Series II Championship at Poppy Ridge, where he set a JTNC record for lowest winning score (14-under par). His second-round score of 9-under 63 was the second lowest 18 hole score in JTNC history, behind only a 10-under 62 shot by Scott Munger at the 2012 Fall Series IV Championship.

“It’s definitely one of the best seasons I’ve had,” Dumdumaya said. “I feel that I’m on the right track. Tying Bryson DeChambeau…he’s an amazing golfer. I didn’t pay much attention to the records, but I’m definitely chasing them more now.”

 

JTNC 2021 COVID-19 Tournament Guidelines

JTNC 2021 COVID-19 Tournament Guidelines

April 1, 2021

Junior Tour of Northern California 2021 COVID-19 Tournament Guidelines

The Junior Tour of Northern California is looking forward to moving our tournaments in the direction further normalcy and we want everyone to have a great time at our tournaments and certainly will do our best to make them as safe as possible.   It is very important for all of us to follow these rules so that we will be able to continue to run events during these trying times.

Please Note – These guidelines are subject to change at any time.  We will always follow and comply with any county and state guidelines.  It is extremely important to read through the Player Information sheet and Local Rules for each event.

General Sanitation Guidelines for Participation in JTNC Events

  • Absolutely no gathering or loitering at any location on the property before or after a round.
  • Players must always maintain at least a six-foot distance minimum from other people (except for household members) while on property.
  • Mask/facial coverings should be worn as required by government guidelines when a six-foot distance cannot be met.
  • There will not be an awards ceremony. Players are required to leave as soon as possible after completing their round.  If you may be in a playoff please stay.  More on that below.
  • Please do not arrive to the course more than 30 minutes prior to your tee time.
  • Players need to arrive at their starting tee on time, however, please do not go to that tee until the group in front has cleared.

Scorecard procedures

Scoring: Players are expected to download the USGA TM app (or GolfGenius). If you have previously downloaded the app please make sure you have the most up to date version. The player GGID is available on the scorecard PDF available above and will be given to you on the first tee by the starter.

  •  DURING THE ROUND – Within the group, players will be marking for one other player (just as you would with a paper scorecard). The electronic scorecard has a section for “Marker’s Notes”. This is the equivalent to the tear strip at the top of a scorecard where the marker may keep his or her own scores.
  •  WHEN IS ROUND IS COMPLETED – At the end of the round, all players in the group must report any rules issues to the committee and confirm hole-by-hole scores are correct.  If there are any discrepancies between your “Marker’s Notes” and the scores your marker entered for you, they will be highlighted in yellow.
  • CERTIFYING SCORES – Once all scores are correct you will be prompted to “Certify as Marker” and then you will move to “My Scores”, located at the top of your screen, and then be prompted to “Certify as Player”.  This is the equivalent of signing a paper scorecard and satisfies the requirements of Rule 3.3b. Scores will be considered to be official and returned once the player has left the defined scoring area, the scoring area will be defined within The Notice to Players.
  • Staff contact information is available in the Notice to Players linked above if you have any questions after your round.

Flagstick and Hole

Players will be allowed to remove and touch the flagstick at their discretion.  Any county or course policy that does not allow the touching of flagsticks the following Code of Conduct provision will be in effect.

  • Touching of the flagstick is prohibited. The following Code of Conduct provision is in effect for JTNC events:
    • The flagstick must not be removed or deliberately touched by hand during the round, including with a gloved hand or a towel wrapped around the flagstick. Any player who deliberately ignores this code of conduct policy will be considered guilty of Serious Misconduct (see Rule 1.2b), the penalty for which is disqualification.
  • Working in concert with each individual facility, a device will be used to ensure players can retrieve the ball from the hole without touching the flagstick or hole. This may include:
    • A foam insert allowing the ball to fall only part way into the hole,
    • A hole with the liner turned upside down so the ball can fall only part way into the hole; or
    • An approved flagstick attachment that allows a player to lift the ball from the hole with their club.
  • When a device that does not allow the ball to fall fully into the hole is used, the device is treated as being attached to the flagstick and thus is part of the flagstick. Per Rule 13.2c and the Definition of Holed, if any part of the ball is below the surface of the putting green and is leaning/resting on that device the ball is treated as holed. A ball that hits the device and does not come to rest with any part of the ball within the hole is not holed.

 Bunker Rakes

When bunker rakes are present the ball will be played as it lies.   We encourage players to rake bunkers after playing from them.

When rakes are not present and have been removed throughout the course, the following provision applies.

  •  Players are encouraged to smooth the surface of the bunker with their foot or club before exiting the bunker.
  • JTNC will play Preferred Lies in Bunker: When a player’s ball lies in a bunker, the player may take free relief once by placing the original ball or another ball in and playing it from this relief area:
    • Reference Point: Spot of the original ball
    • Size of Relief Area Measured from Reference Point: One club-length from the reference point, but with these limits:
    • Limits on Location of Relief Area:
      • Must not be nearer the hole than the reference point, and
      • Must be in the same bunker.

Starter Interaction and Material Distribution

  • Local Rules, Pace of Play, Hard Card, Hole Locations, and other paperwork will be provided on the tournament portal for the players the evening before the event. No paperwork will be available at the starting hole.
  • Hand sanitizer will be made available at the starter table.
  • Starter directions given while spread 6 feet apart.
  • A starters box with tees and pencils may be available, please us the provided hand sanitizer before accessing it.

Social Distancing Policies for Practice/Warm-Up (When available)

  • Practice range set up for safe distancing and request players arrive no earlier than 30 minutes prior to starting time and limit range time to allow others the opportunity. Any stretching or other warm-up activities should be done beforehand at their car.
  • The practice putting green is only available to players 10 minutes prior to their starting time. No holes will be available.
  • All facilities will be different individual guidelines per facility will be given in the player information sheet. Some facilities will not have practice of any kind available.

Food and Beverage

  • Food issued in accordance with county guidelines which includes consideration for touch points and social distancing guidelines.
  • In some cases, food and beverage options may not be available.
  • We will continue to try to provide JTNC water. These will be available at the first and tenth tee, please use the hand sanitizer prior to accessing the ice chest.  Note: it is extremely important that players and spectators realize they will have water needs that JTNC cannot meet, they need to be responsible for this.
  • We will do our best to make everyone aware of what food and beverage availability will be at each site.

Spectators

  • Spectators must maintain at least six-foot distance minimum from people while on property. See individual tournament policies for additional guidelines. We request players to limit spectators to one person, preferably a household member.

Players or spectators that deliberately or repeatedly disregard these rules will be disqualified and or asked to leave property. 

          

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