Please read these Important informations!
This information is provided by the host Pro Golf Events: NOMADS SAJI 2020 – Tournament Information
Entry Fee Form South African Players
SA Players Tournament Info:2020 NOMADS SAJI SOUTH AFRICAN PLAYERS ENTRY FORM updated 25 Nov
SA players Entry Form to send to SA coordinator: 2020 NOMADS SAJI SOUTH AFRICAN PLAYERS ENTRY FORM_2
Schedule of Events
When registering for a specific tournament (Event), a contract will be made directly between the player (or, if the player has not yet reached the age of 18, his/her legal guardian), and the host of the Event.
You will be contacted directly by the host of the Event you have registered for on this behalf and be informed about all relevant points of the contractual relationship.
You are obliged to pay the registration fee directly to your contractual partner prior Entry deadline. If a player misses to do so, he will not be confirmed to play the Event.
Your contractual partner will be fully and exclusively responsible to you for the overall operation and management as well as proper implementation of the Event.
Information by Global Junior Golf e.V. regarding hotels or other accommodation that may be booked by you during a Tournament is given for convenience purposes only. Global Junior Golf e.V. does not act as agent of or broker for the hotel or other accommodation as well as airport shuttle and does not enter into any contractual relationship with you in this regard.
The GJG membership expires at December 31st of the respective calendar year and will not renew automatically.
With becoming a GJG Tour or 21golfleague member, the member, if eligitable for voting, irrevocably transfers the individual voting right to the founding members of the club, who will jointly execute those voting rights during meetings of members.
Conditions of competition:
Each event of the GJG Tour or the 21golfleague will be a 54 hole individual stroke play event with no cut.
The Event will be held in accordance with the Rules of Golf as approved by the R&A Rules Limited and the Local Rules approved by the Tournament Committee.
The Local Rules will be published and posted on the tournament notice board at the venue or will be given out at the teebox on the first hole of an event.
Players must meet the eligibility provisions established in the tournament info of each tournament published on the respective website of an Event.
Conditions and Schedule
The Tournament Committee of each Event reserves the right to alter starting times and amend the Conditions of Competition if necessary. Decisions of the Tournament Committee, in all matters, will be final.
Players must not ride on any form of transportation during a stipulated round. Exceptions: when permitted to ride by a Rules Official
Penalty for breach of condition: Stroke Play - Two strokes on each hole at which breach occurred;
In the event of a breach between the play of two holes, the penalty applies to the next hole. Use of any unauthorized form of transportation must be discontinued immediately upon discovery that a breach has occurred. Otherwise the player is disqualified.
Pace of Play (Rule 5.6)
The player shall play in accordance with the laid down Pace of Play guidelines (see handbook, Model Local Rule K-2), which will be displayed on the Tournament Notice Board.
All recognized practice areas within the bounds of the course may be used by players for practice on any day of the competition.
In the event of more than one player recording the same winning score a hole-by-hole play- off, will take place over holes to be designated by the Tournament Committee to determine a winner.
Should a play- off not be possible for whatever reason, the winner will be determined as follows:
8.1 The player recording the lowest final round score, if this is not conclusive, then
8.2 matching scorecards over the last 9, 6, 3, 2, 1 holes (Note: Holes 10 to 18 are considered to be the last holes regardless of the starting tee of the competitor) of the final round. If it is still a tie, the winner will be determined by lot.
8.3 In the case of prizes for players on prize winning scores (2nd to 3rd place), in each Competition, all ties will be decided as outlined in 8.1. and 8.2 above.
Suspension of Play Due to a Dangerous Situation (Rule 5.7)
When play is suspended by the Tournament Committee for a dangerous situation, if the players in a group are between the play of two holes, they must not resume play until the Tournament Committee has ordered a resumption of play. If they are in the process of playing a hole, they must
discontinue play immediately and not resume play until the Tournament Committee has ordered a resumption of play. If a player fails to discontinue play immediately, he is disqualified, unless circumstances warrant waiving the penalty as provided in Rule 5.3a.
The signal for suspending play due to a dangerous situation will be a prolonged note of the siren.
The following signals are in force:
Discontinue Play Immediately: One prolonged note of siren. Discontinue Play: Three consecutive notes of siren, repeated. Resume Play: Two short notes of siren, repeated
Players are prohibited from using a caddie during a stipulated round. Penalty for breach of Condition is two strokes on each hole for which the breach occurred. In the event of a breach between the play of two holes, the penalty applies to the next hole. A player having a caddie in breach of this condition must immediately upon discovery that a breach has occurred ensure that he conforms with this condition for the remainder of the stipulated round.
Otherwise the player is disqualified.
In addition players are prohibited from either using a caddie or motorized transport during the official practice round. Breach of this condition will be considered a serious misconduct and may - at the discretion of the Committee - lead to a disqualification from the tournament (Rule 1.2b).
Code of Conduct and Dress Code
Player’s attention is drawn to each event of Global Junior Golf Code of Conduct, which is in effect throughout the tournament and will be displayed on the Tournament Notice Board. By registering for the tournament, it is accepted that players have read the Code of Conduct and agree to abide by the content.
Players are to be neat in their personal appearance and clothing during all practice and tournament rounds. The wearing of collarless shirts (excluding recognized brand golf shirts) and jeans (of any color) is not permitted. Wearing of golf shoes is limited to soft spikes only. Rude and unsportsmanlike conduct or behavior unacceptable by normal social standards will not be tolerated. Smoking, vaporizing and the use of alcohol is not permitted during the stipulated round (incl. official practice round). Any breach of these conditions could jeopardize further participation in the tournament.
All players should conduct according to the Spirit of the Game and the expected norm of Golf.
The Committee and/or single members of the Committee may impose Golf penalties upon becoming aware of a misconduct by a player. The following are - by no means exhaustive - examples of misconduct during the tournament:
- Slamming a club to the ground, damaging the club and causing minor damage to the turf.
- Throwing a club towards a golf bag that unintentionally hits another person.
- Carelessly distracting another player making a stroke.
- Not replacing divots
- Not repairing pitch marks
- Not raking bunkers
- Pulling a trolley over the fringe or in between the green and adjacent bunkers
- Audible emission or unauthorized use of electronic devices such as mobile phones on the golf course or during play
- In case of a serious misconduct the penalty of Disqualification might be imposed by the Committee. Examples of serious misconducts are:
- Deliberately interfering with another player's rights
- Endangering the safety of others
- Deliberately causing serious damage to a putting green.
- Disagreeing with the course setup and taking it on himself or herself to move tee-markers or boundary stakes.
- Throwing a club towards another player or spectator.
- Deliberately distracting other players while they are making strokes.
- Removing loose impediments or movable obstructions to disadvantage another player after that other player has asked him or her to leave them in place.
- Repeatedly refusing to lift a ball at rest when it interferes with another player in stroke play.
- Deliberately not playing in accordance with the Rules and potentially gaining a significant advantage by doing so, despite incurring a penalty for a breach of the relevant Rule.
- Repeatedly using vulgar or offensive language.
- Using a handicap that has been established for the purpose of providing an unfair advantage or using the round being played to establish such a handicap.
Penalties for breach of Code of Conduct
- First breach of the Code of Conduct - warning or Committee sanction
- Second breach - one-stroke penalty
- Third breach - general penalty
- Fourth breach or any serious misconduct - disqualification.
Spectators are requested to keep off tees, fairways and greens at all times and not to interfere with any player. The audible emission of cell phones is not acceptable and cell phones should be switched off. The use of golf cars by spectators is not permitted without the consent of the Tournament Committee. Failure to adhere to such requests could lead to the spectators being asked to leave the golf course.
The names of members making up the Tournament Committee will be posted on the Tournament Notice Board
Exemption of Liability
Each tournament Committee, organizer, the representatives of Global Junior Golf e.V. and its management will not be held liable or responsible for any damages, loss, including personal loss and or other forms of loss, harm or injury sustained as stipulated below:-Physical and/or emotional injuries suffered by any person, including a player or spectator, during the tournament, due to any acts of God, suffered as a direct result thereof, including aspects such as being struck by lightning, etc. Physical injuries of any kind suffered by any person, including a player or spectator, sustained by own negligence, or otherwise. Emotional injuries sustained due to any loss, including death, suffered as a result of any of the above injuries sustained personally or by a spectator. Damages suffered to any property of a player or spectator by registering for the Tournament, it is accepted that the player acknowledges the exemption of liability as listed above and acknowledges the contents of the above, understands it, and exempts the tournament Committee, organizer, the representatives of Global Junior Golf e.V. and its management from any liability as indicated above.
14.1. For questions of liability for damages suffered in the course or as result of an Event as well as delay or cancellation of an Event, please contact the host of the respective Event directly or note his contractual regulations or Terms and Conditions.
14.2. Global Junior Golf e.V. is only liable for its own fault. In case of damage to property, its liability is limited to simple negligence. In particular, Global Junior Golf e.V. cannot be held liable for any default or negligence of the organizer or host of an Event, its staff or contractual partners.
14.3. Global Junior Golf e.V. cannot be held liable or responsible for any damages, loss, harm or injury due to force majeure.
Electro Trolleys / Trolleys / Measurement Devices
15.1. Electro Trolleys are allowed with no measurement devices as temperature and etc.It is a player’s responsibility to check with the tournament director at each venue, if trolleys will be supplied.
15.2. Any measurement device is allowed to use at a GJG event according the Rules of Golf under paragraph 4.3.
Co-sanctioned events 21golfleague and GJG Tour / Rankings
Players attending a Co-sanctioned event, will play from the same tees during the entire event. The tournament Committee reserves the right in case of uneven number of attendants or because of withdrawals to put players from both Tours in one group.
A Co-sanctioned event will result in an overall tournament and respectively rankings of any institutions such as WAGR, European Ranking, Juniorgolf Scoreboard and etc. will be ONLY applied for the overall result in either the boys or girls division. There will be NO separate rankings in age divisions!!! Each player is responsible to check prior attending a GJG event, if the rankings will be eligible for the respective Event. GJG cannot guarantee, that a certain ranking will be applied as this can depend on minimum participants or other factors. For full info player needs to contact the respective Ranking institution.
Please be aware that at Co-sanctioned events the following categories can be played for individual prices or qualifiers (a minimum of 3 players need to be participating in age group for individual prices; otherwise they will move up to the next age group being available at the respective Event), where players automatically upon registration will be allocated (please check each Event individually to understand which age groups are available):
- 21golfleague (21 & under)
- GJG Tour (18 & under)
- U16 (must be max. 16 at the start of the Event)
- U14 (must be max. 14 at the start of the Event; U14 player will tee of from different teeboxes and ultimately not eligible for WAGR ranking; if a player wishes to participate in another age group, he needs to contact the respective tournament committee for inquiry before entry deadline.)
Global Junior Golf delivers one day after the final tournament round results to the following ranking institutions:
- WAGR ( https://www.wagr.com )
- Junior Golf Scoreboard ( https://www.juniorgolfscoreboard.com ) ; not valid for players older than 18 year!
- European Golf Rankings ( https://www.europeangolfrankings.com ) ; only for European Events
Each institution implements the tournament data within their individual processing times. GJG has no impact on processing times. For further information please inquire the ranking institutions.
Teeing areas are announced on the info board of each tournament. Each tournament played on the U16, GJG Tour or 21golfleague, the white and blue (most far back teeing areas for amateurs) will be played from. The Committee of each venue reserves the right to change the teeing areas during the event due to severe weather conditions and etc.
A player is required to register on each event on the practice round between 9.00am and 2.00pm. In any case of not being able to make it in person, the player can register by e-mail. If a player misses to do so, he jeopardize to loose his spot in the tournament.
( firstname.lastname@example.org ).
Photos / media
Players accept that all the photos, which will be taken during the event, will be displayed on media, social media (e.g. Facebook / Instagram) and marketing Channels designated by representatives of Global Junior Golf e.V.
If a player has missed to pay prior Entry Fees or Cancellation Fees, future participation can be denied.
HCP / Course Rating / Results
Each player is responsible for managing its HCP and always update his current HCP prior the start of attending a tournament (max. 3 days before) in her/his GJG account. HCP Equation will be based on the national federation setup. A player must self manage to retrieve tournament information according to it ́s needs of his home golf club or national federation. Copies of the scorecards after each tournament round can be taken in the tournament office. A copy of a scorecard will not be provided after the last day of the tournament.
Course Rating information will be provided either in the golf club or the respective website.
Tee Times on tournament days
22.1. Tee times for round 1 will be availble in the clubhouse and on the respective tournament website after 3pm on the official practice round day.
22.2. Tee times for round 2 will be posted after 3pm on day 1 of the tournament.
22.3. Final round tee times will be available one hour after completion of round 2
22.4. Requests for specific tee times and/or pairings will not be accepted
Every player is required to attend the Price Ceremony. If a player is unable to attend, he must inform the Tournament Committee before the Price Ceremony has started. Players which have gained a Price and do not attend the Price Ceremony will not receive a Price nor will the Price be send afterwards to the player.
Stand Out Golf Location
Rondebosch Golf Club
Rondebosch Golf Club’s 18-hole course is rated as a ‘must-play’ amongst golfers. Situated only ten minutes from Cape Town’s city centre, with magnificent views of Devil’s Peak and Table Mountain, the course is a popular choice for local and foreign visitors. Since its establishment in 1911, the Club has built a solid tradition, which is upheld by its strong membership. Continued development and modernisation has ensured that the course maintains its excellent condition all year round. It remains a challenge to the serious golfer, but is user friendly for the less experienced.
This information is from the website Rondebosch Golf Club and its creators. For further info please visit: https://rondeboschgolfclub.greensidegolfer.com
Photocredit: Linda Venter, Mark Sampson & Jörg Masche