Code of Conduct

All Champions Junior Golf Tour Players and Caddies must abide by the following Code of Conduct:

Dress Code

All players and caddies are required to wear proper golf attire at the host facility. Spectators are strongly encouraged to adhere to this dress code as well. Tank tops, t-shirts, cut-offs, short shorts, denim of any kind or shoes with metal spikes are not permitted.  Hats must be worn properly.  All golf shirts must have a collar or mock turtle neck and must be tucked in.  Players or caddies not in proper golf attire will not be permitted to participate.

Behavior

Abusive language, club throwing, cheating, disrespect of other players, officials, volunteers or club staff, abuse to the golf course or facilities, littering or other inappropriate behavior by players, caddies or spectators will not be tolerated.  CJGT reserves the right to dismiss any player, caddie or spectator at any time for any reason during an event.  Repeat violations may lead to rejection of future entries or dismissal from the Tour.

Electronic Devices

Cell phones, MP3 players, headphones, pagers, and the like cannot be used during play by any player or caddie.

 

Drugs, Alcohol, and Tobacco

Drug, alcohol or tobacco use will not tolerated on the golf course or any facility affiliated with the event. The use of these products by players or caddy will result in disqualification and possible suspension from future events.

 

Code of Conduct Violation Penalties

The Tournament Committee, based on severity and frequency of the violation(s), may in accordance with Rule 33-7:

  • Warn the player,
  • Issue a one stroke penalty for breach of conduct
  • Disqualify the player from the tournament at which the violation occurs, or
  • Depending on the severity of the violation, a tournament disqualification may also result in disqualification from the next tournament(s) for which a player has been accepted.
  • The Tournament director reserves the right to suspend or revoke a player’s membership or entries for a serious breach of the Code of Conduct.
  • A player’s disregard of others is not limited to the current round but may include repeated offenses from tournament to tournament

For more detailed information, please refer to the Rules and Regulations.

For tips on being a positive coach and caddie to your player, visit the POSITIVE COACHING ALLIANCE

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