West Texas Junior Champions Tour

Registration

How to Register

New Users and Players

Click here to create your free website user ID. Please follow the instructions by answering correctly if you are the parent of the junior golfer or the golfer. Once you have created a profile for the parent and/or player(s), you will have access to join the tour and register for events.

If you need to retrieve your UserName/Password:

  1. Click on the "Login Icon" and then click on the "Forgot Password" link on the Login screen to reset your password.
  2. Enter in the "Parent Email" and submit.  Your UserName and a temporary Password will be emailed to your parent email.

Registering for Tournaments:

  1. Login to the site
  2. Navigate to the Tournament List by going to "Schedule" in the main menu.
  3. Your junior golfer(s) will show up on the bottom right of each tournament
  4. Click the players for the tournaments in which your child(ren) will play (The box will turn red) and item will be added to cart.

Account Dashboard:

  • When logged in, click on the "Account" Icon next your name on the top right of the page.
  • At your dashboard, you can edit your account or your junior golfer account(s).
  • To add a junior golfer to your account, click on the "Plus" Icon.

 

Age Division Information:

Eligibility:

Players ages 6-18 years old are eligible to compete in the Junior Divisions. Players ages 18-24 (who have already graduated high school), are eligible to compete in the Collegiate Division.

For players ages 5 and under, please email us at wtjct@yahoo.com for eligibility information.

 

Age Divisions:

Age Group Holes Average Total Yards Tees Played Caddies

6-7 Coed

9 Holes

1,000 – 1,100 yards

WTJCT Yellow Cones

Allowed

8-9 Coed

9 Holes

Boys: 1,700-1,900 yards

Girls: 1,500-1,600 yards

Boys: WTJCT Green Cones

Girls: WTJCT Orange Cones

Allowed

10-12 Boys

9 Holes

2,200-2,700 yards

Ladies Tees

Allowed

10-12 Girls

9 Holes

2,000-2,200 yards

WTJCT Purple Cones

Allowed

13-14 Boys

18 Holes

5,500-6,000 yards

Middle Men’s Tees

Not Allowed

13-14 Girls

18 Holes

4,500-5,200 yards

Ladies Tees

Not Allowed

15-18 Girls

18 Holes

4,500-5,500 yards

Ladies/Front Men’s Tees

Not Allowed

15-18 Boys

18 Holes

6,000-6,800 yards

Back Men’s Tees

Not Allowed

Women’s Collegiate Division 18 Holes 5,600-6,100 yards Middle Men’s Tees Not Allowed
Men’s Collegiate Division 18 Holes 6,700 yards + Back Men’s Tees/Tips Not Allowed

 

Age Division Date Cut Off:

For events scheduled between January 1st - July 31st: Age cutoff is June 1st

For events scheduled between August 1st - December 31st: Age cutoff is the 1st day of the month for the event (example: Event is October 25, age cutoff will be October 1st)

 

Frequently Asked Questions:

What does Age Division Cut off Mean?
Whatever a players age as of the official cut off date is the age division they must compete in.

What if a player has a birthday AFTER the cutoff date that would move them up a division?
A player will have the OPTION to move up to the next age group if they choose, or they may stay in the age division they were eligible for at cut off.

What if a player wants to declare up to an older division?
See details below on declaring up.

What if a player has a birthday in late spring (before June 1) that would result in moving up, and already competed in earlier season events in the younger age division?
The player will be required to move up a division regardless of where they competed in earlier season events. The points earned in younger age divisions will NOT transfer to a new division.

What do you recommend if my player has a birthday between January - June?
In order to keep the points you earned in any early season events (January - May), we typically recommend for players to move up to the age division they will be primarily playing for that season. This will allow them to keep all the points they earn (and it helps build experience!).

 

Declaring Up:

Declaring up is defined as a player who chooses to move up an age division, even if their age has not reached the new division. A player may decide to declare up an age division at any point during the year. However, once a player has declared up they will not be eligible to move back down.

Any points that were earned in the current season in their current division will NOT carry over to the new age division. Any wins earned will not be counted towards Most Wins for that season.

To Declare Up: When registering for an event, a player simply will select the age division they are choosing to declare up to. When registering for all events moving forward, it is important to select the correct age division each time. Please also send an email to wtjct@yahoo.com to let the Tour Director know you are moving your player up to the next age division. This is especially important if player is declaring up mid-season so we may remove player from their previous standings. 

 

Event Details:

Tournament Fees:

Single Day Events: $25 - $45

Two Day Events: $90 - $110

Tour Championship: $160

 

Sibling Member Discount:

Families with more than 1 sibling playing in a single day event may receive a $5 discount for the 2nd and any subsequent players. (EX: 1st player will be $25, 2nd player $20, 3rd player $20, etc)

Discount will automatically apply when registering online. Discount will only apply if more than 1 sibling is registering for an event. This does not apply to membership fees.

 

Deadlines:

Single Day Events: Deadline is midnight, two days before
Two Day Events: Deadline will be between 3-5 days before start of event
Tour Championship: Deadline will be 1 week before start of the event
Off Season Events: Deadline will be between 3-5 days before start of event

Detailed registration for each event may be found on the Schedule tab under each individual event.

 

Walk Ups:

UPDATE FOR 2020: Because of our new COVID-19 Policies and Procedures, walk ups will not be permitted to any event for 2020 or any pre-summer events of 2021.

Unique to the WTJCT, players who miss the deadline for any single day event may choose to walk up to the event the day of and register then. There is no additional fee, and no player will ever be turned down. Players walking up to events must be registered at least 45 minutes before start time. As of January 1st, 2020, if you choose to walk up to an event and are not a current member, you will be required to join the tour to play.

Walk ups are not permitted for any 2 day events or the Tour Championship.

 

Wait List Events:

For any event that reaches max field size before the registration deadline, players will be permitted to register on the Wait List. Click below to read all guidelines related to a Wait List.

Wait List Guidelines

 

Starting Time for Events:

Shot Gun Starts: Most events during the summer months will be a shot gun start, usually in the morning. This means all players will have the same tee off time, but starting on different holes. Players that are pre-registered for the event must be checked in no later than 30 minutes before start time. Players that are walking up must be registered 1 hour before start time.

10 minutes before starting time, the WTJCT staff will gather up all the players and brief them on any local rules for the day.

Tee Time Starts: If the event is tee-times, all players will have their own starting time and teeing off on the 1st or 10th hole. The WTJCT will have tee-times posted on the website at least 24 hours before the start of the event. It is the players responsibility to check the website for their tee time and for any last minute changes. Player must be checked in at the event 30 minutes before starting time, and be on the tee box 10 minutes before their starting time.