Lancaster County Junior Golf Tour

LCJGT Policies For Juniors

Caddies will not be permitted in any of the age divisions. Players are reminded that pull carts are allowed.

Dress Code:
Participants are required to observe
good taste and to dress appropriately for the golf course. Boys must wear collared golf shirts or mock turtlenecks and they must always be tucked in. Girls may wear collared golf shirts, fashion sleeveless shirts or collarless shirts provided they are not tee shirts and are country club appropriate. Girls are not required to wear their shirts tucked in. Pants, shorts or skorts may be worn. Blue jeans, cargo shorts, collarless shirts (for boys), tee shirts, gym shorts, cut-offs and shorts less than mid-thigh are unacceptable. Caps and visors, if worn, must be worn facing forward. Any golfer attired in an unacceptable manner will not participate in that event. 
I will refrain from any conduct unbecoming a LCJGT player including but not limited to:

  • Any display of aggressive outward expression of anger including: yelling; throwing, tossing or slamming of equipment; using profane language; or destruction of any golf course equipment or property.
  • Any mistreatment of fellow competitors, LCJGT Officials, volunteers and golf course employees.
  • Any display of improper golf etiquette. No Ipod or MP3 players allowed on the course. Cell phones may not be used, and must be silent while on the golf course. (i.e. voice or text)
  • I will refrain from any acts, which may cause mental or physical harm to anyone.
  • I will refrain from any use of alcohol and tobacco.
  • I will refrain from any gambling.
  • I will complete every round I start, and return a properly completed and signed scorecard for each round. If I have to withdraw during the course of play due to illness or injury I will notify the Tournament Director prior to doing so.


I understand that if I fail to abide by this contract the following consequences will be enforced:

  • 1st offense: A two shot “Unsportsmanlike Conduct” penalty will be assessed. In the case of a flagrant offense, a disqualification penalty will be assessed.
  • 2nd offense: Disqualification and suspension for the competitors next scheduled tournament. If offense occurs in the last tournament of the season the suspension will carry over to the next season.
  • 3rd offense: Permanent expulsion from the Tour for the season, and a one year suspension from any Junior Tour event from the date the infraction occurred.


Did Not Show (DNS) and Did Not Finish (DNF): Any DNS/DNF will result in no refund and forfeiture of the privilege to play in the championship tournament. Two DNS/DNF for any competitor will result in that golfer being removed from all of the remaining season tournaments with no refund.