1. Specifications of Club and the Ball
- See Rule 4 – Player’s Equipment
2. Caddie (Note to Rule 10.3)
Caddies are only allowed in the FUNdamental Division.
3. Pace of Play (Note to Rule 5.6)
See posted Philadelphia Section PGA Junior Tour Pace of Play Guidelines for Pace of Play penalties.
4. Suspension of Play Due to a Dangerous Situation (Note to Rule 5.7b)
Discontinue Play Immediately: One prolonged note of siren.
Discontinue Play: Three consecutive notes of siren, repeated.
Resume Play: Two short notes of siren, repeated.
Note: All practice areas shall be closed during a suspension for a dangerous situation until the Rules Committee has declared the area safe for play. Players who disregard such closing shall be subject to disciplinary action.
5. Practice (Note to Rule 5.5b)
Between the play of two holes, a player must not make any practice strokes on or near the putting green of the hole last played and must not test the surface of the putting green of the hole last played by rolling a ball.
6. Scoring Area
The scoring area may include, but is not limited to restaurants, tents or rooms and is defined by a blue taped line. A player’s scorecard has been returned to the Committee when the player has left the defined scoring area with both feet.
7. Transportation (Note to Rule 4.3a)
Players must not ride on any form of transportation during a stipulated round unless authorized by the Committee.
8. Anti-Doping Policy
The committee may require, in the conditions of competition, that players comply with an anti-doping policy.
9. How To Decide Ties
In the event of a tie for first place during the Jr. PGA Championship, Harry Hammond Invitational, Junior Tour Championship, and Overall Series events, there will be a sudden death playoff immediately following the round to determine the winner. All other events will be decided by a scorecard playoff.
An acceptable method of matching cards is to determine the winner on the basis of the best score for the last nine holes. If the tying players have the same score for the last nine, determine the winner on the basis of the last six holes, last three holes, the 18th hole and finally hole 1 moving forward until the tie is broken.
10. Competition Shortened Due To Inclement Weather/Unable To Resume
In the event that the committee suspends play and the tournament is unable to resume due to inclement weather, daylight or an unplayable course, the committee reserves the right to shorten the competition to less than originally planned. Usually the committee will shorten the competition to the most amount of holes completed by a certain division or whatever may be equitable to the field.
If less than 9-holes is completed for a division (except for the 12 & Under Division), points will not be awarded to that division.