North Carolina Rankings: As of January 1, 2019, both one and two-day NJGA events will be ranked by the Tarheel Youth Golf Association (TYGA) when 15 or more boys are playing from the longest set of tees for Ages 14-18. Girls 14-18 will be ranked when 6 or more are playing from the longest set of tees. TYGA will also rank North Carolina players who play in states adjacent to NC (VA, GA, SC, and TN).
South Carolina Rankings: both one and two-day NJGA events will be ranked by the South Carolina Junior Golf Association (SCJGA) when 20 or more players are playing from the same tees for Ages 14-18. The SCJGA will also rank South Carolina players who play in NJGA North Carolina events.
All NJGA two day events will be ranked by the Junior Golf Score Board when there are 5 or more players in each age group. Global Junior Golf Rankings will also be ranked for our one and two-day tournaments. There must be 5 or more players in each age group.