GJG American Tournament Swing

360 players from around the world
will qualify for three exceptional events

HILTON HEAD
INVITATIONAL

06. – 09.12.2018

HOW TO QUALIFY FOR THE EVENT?
How to qualify for each event ? Please note the following qualification criteria for boys and girls separately!

  1. A minimum of 10 wildcards „first come first serve“. Please contact GJG to inquire for application!
  2. 2nd place finishes at every GJG event for age class 21 & younger (21golfleague)
  3. 2nd place finishes at every GJG event for age class 18 & younger (GJG Tour)
  4. 2nd place finishes at every GJG event that provides a separate age class 16 & younger
  5. 2nd place finishes at every GJG event that provides a separate age class 14 & younger
  6. 3rd place finishes at 10 designated IJGT Please visit www.ijgt.com , to find out which event is a qualifier

For full information about Entry Fee costs and logistics please visit the tournament website.

SAVANNAH HARBOUR
JUNIOR SHOOTOUT

13. – 16.12.2018

HOW TO QUALIFY FOR THE EVENT?
How to qualify for each event ? Please note the following qualification criteria for boys and girls separately!

  1. A minimum of 10 wildcards „first come first serve“. Please contact GJG to inquire for application!
  2. winner at every GJG event for age class 21 & younger (21golfleague)
  3. winner at every GJG event for age class 18 & younger (GJG Tour)
  4. winner at every GJG event that provides a separate age class 16 & younger
  5. winner at every GJG event that provides a separate age class 14 & younger
  6. 2nd place finishes at 10 designated IJGT Please visit www.ijgt.com , to find out which event is a qualifier

For full information about Entry Fee costs and logistics please visit the tournament website.

GJG
GRAND FINAL

19. – 22.12.2018

HOW TO QUALIFY FOR THE EVENT?
How to qualify for each event ? Please note the following qualification criteria for boys and girls separately!

 

  1. A minimum of 10 wildcards „first come first serve“. Please contact GJG to inquire for application!
  2. Overall winner at every GJG event
  3. 15 federations „first come first serve„ can nominate one boy and girl
  4. winners at 10 designated IJGT Please vist www.ijgt.com , to find out which event is a qualifier
  5. Winner of Hilton Head Invitaional
  6. Top 3 Savannah Harbour Junior Shootout

 

For full information about Entry Fee costs and logistics please visit the tournament website.

Please read these SPECIAL NOTES
  1. If a player has already qualified for a respective venue and gains trough the positioning at a a second venue the same price, than the qualification spot will given out to the next player on the leaderboard
  2. A player qualifying for an event of the #GJGAmericanTournamentSwing, has to confirm their participation, by registering in the GJG account for the respective venue latest by 6th of November. If a player misses to do so, he will automatically loose his spot and the next player on the leaderboard will retain the spot!
  3. Players can only qualify for the respective venue of the #GJGAmericanTournamentSwing, if a minimum of 5 players attend the respective age class.
  4. A player, who will be 22 at one of the respective #GJGAmericanTournamentSwing venues, will not be eligble to play and the next player would take the qualififying spot.
  • IJGT will highly focus on a great College Coach attendance during the #GJGAmericantournamnet swing! Make sure prior your arrival to inform yourself through the tournament director Mr. Christopher Schramm (christopher.schramm@ijgt.com)

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HILTON HEAD INVITATIONAL

Crescent Point- Located in Bluffton, SC, three miles west of the bridge to Hilton Head, Crescent Pointe is an Arnold Palmer “Signature Course” situated on a spectacular piece of property that highlights the beauty of the Lowcountry. It’s Arnie’s only public-access course in the Hilton Head area, and it’s pure Palmer with generous fairways but challenging approaches to its many elevated, undulating greens. With water views and natural wetlands all throughout the course, you are sure to have an unforgettable experience.

SAVANNAH HARBOUR JUNIOR SHOOTOUT

Course description: The Club at Savannah Harbor offers unparalleled views of historic downtown Savannah while it gently winds its way through tidal wetlands. Our 22,000 square foot clubhouse features an award winning golf shop, full service locker rooms, formal, private, and informal dining rooms and a private boardroom for meetings. Fine dining, social activities, and The Heavenly Spa by Westin are just a few of the delights that await guests of The Club at Savannah Harbor.
Rated #3 “Courses You Can Play” in The State of Georgia SAYS GOLF WEEK

GJG Grand Final

Eagle Ride- A Terry Doss design. Eagle Ridge provides golfers with a challenging, yet inviting round of golf. Not your typical Florida course,, Eagle Ridge provides many elevation changes throughout your round. Whether it is undulating fairways, or beautiful water lined holes, Eagle Ridge provides golfers with a round that they soon won’t forget. 

Partners

Our students go to Yale, they go to Oklahoma State, they go to Duke, but they also go to The Masters and The Olympic Games. The International Junior Golf Academy (IJGA) is a premier junior golf academy with a storied history in a beautiful setting committed to developing our student-athletes in golf and in life.

With the most professional junior golf coaching team, led by Kevin Smeltz, Golf Magazine Top 100 instructor, our students have quickly established themselves as winners on the big stage – winning regional major amateur titles, AJGA events, state majors, and many other prestigious titles. In just three years, 80 wins, unparalleled in junior golf academies.

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Ranking

Current standings of players

who qualified during the 2018 GJG season & designated IJGT qualifiers for the #GJGAmericanTournamentSwing

Rasmus Bofill

(DEN)

2nd place GJG Tour boys PIO

Lizzy Peeters

(NED)

2nd place GJG Tour girls PIO

Bob Geurts

(NED)

2nd place 21G boys PIO

Carter Graf

(CAN)

2nd place GJG Tour boys LAJC

Alison Gastelum

(MEX)

2nd place GJG Tour girls LAJC

Thomas Helgoe

(NOR)

2nd place GJG Tour boys ESJ

Federica Anna Tavelli Westerlund

(ESP)

2nd place GJG Tour girls ESJ

Philipp Raggl

(AUT)

2nd place 21G boys ESJ

Maria Striganova

(RUS)

2nd place GJG Tour girls RB

Ira-Christina Wirth

(RUS)

2nd place 21G girls RB

Gavan Keogh

(IRE)

2nd place U16 boys RB

Lisa Marie Schuhmacher

(GER)

2nd place U16 girls RB (actual 2nd place was already qualified) 

Eric Dörrenberg

(GER)

2nd place GJGTour boys RB 

Eric Doerrenberg

(GER)

Winner GJG Tour boys PIO

Natalia Guseva

(RUS)

Winner GJG Tour girls PIO

James Cass

(ENG)

Winner 21G boys PIO

Karla Setzer

(MEX)

Winner GJG Tour girls LAJC

Mauricio Figueroa

(MEX)

Winner GJG Tour boys LAJC

Mats Ege

(NOR)

Winner GJG Tour boys ESJ

Louise Rydquist

(SWE)

Winner GJG Tour girls ESJ

Niclas Gimmy

(GER)

Winner 21G boys ESJ

Mercedes Rudolf

(GER)

Winner 21G girls RB

Johannes Hounsgaard

(GER)

Winner GJGTour boys RB

Tom Büschges

(GER)

Winner* 21G boys RB (*actual winner was qualified already)

Jamin Youn

(GER)

Winner* U16 girls RB (*actual winner was qualified already)

Tiger Christensen

(GER)

Winner GJGTour boys RB

August Thor Host

(DEN)

Overall winner boys PIO

Rivekka Dzumagulova

(KAZ)

Overall winner girls PIO

Juan Antonia Padilla

(MEX)

Overall winner boys LAJC

Ximena Gonzalez Garcia

(MEX)

Overall winner girls LAJC

Bob Geurts

(NED)

Overall winner boys ESJ

Valentina Albertazzi

(ESP)

Overall winner girls ESJ

Tereza Kozeluhova

(CZE)

Overall winner girls RB

Brandon Dietzel

(GER)

Overall winner boys RB

PIO = Portuguese Intercollegiate Open, LAJC = Latin American Juniors Classics, ESJ = European Spring Junior, RB = RB German Junior, CJC = Campine Junior Cassics, ZJI = Zavidovo Juniors International, SJC = Swedish Junior Classics, CJI = Colombian Junior International, TGF = The German Futures, AIJC = Austrian International Junior Championship, DJG = Danish Junior Games, TGC = Tulip Golf Challenge, ESJC = Evolve Spanish Junior Championship, MIJG = Mexican International Junior Games

GJG Tour = age 18 & younger, 21G = age 21 & younger, U16 = age 16 & younger, U14 = age 14 & younger

Tournament Locations

Locations

Choose your venue and qualify for the #GJGAmericanTournamentSwing

Portuguese Intercollegiate Open
Latin American Juniors Classics
European Spring Junior
RB German Junior
Campine Junior Cassics
Zavidovo Juniors International
Swedish Junior Classics
Colombian Junior International
The German Futures
Austrian International Junior Championship
Danish Junior Games
Tulip Golf Challenge
Evolve Spanish Junior Championship
Mexican International Junior Games