EJGA POINTS SYSTEM
Individual tournaments will follow a tie breaking process for players ending up with tie scores for first, second, and third places. The tie breaker will determine who gets the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place position awards. Based on the positions determined by the tie breaker, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place points will be awarded accordingly.
Tie breaking process:
Masters and Prep Series tiebreaker will use the lowest total score on the back nine for 18 hole rounds. If players are still tied for back nine score, the lowest total score on the last six holes will be used. If players are still tied for the last six holes score, the lowest total score on the last three holes will be used. If the scores are still tied, the best score on the last hole will be used. If the scores are still tied, then the same position points will be given to each player.
For nine hole round players, the same nine hole tie breaker process will be used for their nine holes played.
Pee Wee Series will use a putt off to break all ties for award positions.