|NCAA DIVISION I
|Expectations of an NCAA Division I Student-Athlete: A series of slides presented by the University of Missouri Assistant Director of Compliance for Eligibility and Recruiting, CLICK HERE to view.
|For information about the NAIA recruiting, CLICK HERE to view.
|SPONSORS THANK YOU
|Each year Ping donates bags, putters, wedges, and back packs for merchandise drawings. Ping has been a continuing sponsor for the AGT and we are so thankful for their interest and support.
The following companies have donated golf balls that will be given to players on the first day of each event: Bridgestone, Callaway, Taylormade, Titleist and Wilson.
|6,600 yards minimum for men and 6,000 yards minimum for women, weather permitting. If at any time, the course dictates changes to the original yardage set up, the players will be advised as soon as possible.
|Four divisions:College Men / College Women
High School Men / High School Women
|Prizes this year will be gift certificates from the event golf course. We have established guidelines for awards. If gift certificates are not allowed, trophies will be awarded. The table below explains the payoffs.
|10 or more players
|5 – 9 players
|If 4 or fewer players, payoffs will be determined by the Tour Administrator
|AGT BAS IC S
|Player of the Year Selection: Players will accumulate points throughout the current scheduled events with the exception of the Spring Warmup Event event. At the conclusion of the year, the winners of each of the four AGT Divisions will be recognized. Players must play in a minimum of three tournaments to be eligible for player of the year. A maximum of five tournament points will be used. Points will be awarded to six or more division players for finishing 1st through 8th accordingly:
1st 10; 2nd 9; 3rd 8; 4th 7; 5th 6; 6th 5; 7th 4; 8th 3
Points will be awarded to five or fewer division players for finishing 1st through 5th accordingly:
1st 5; 2nd 4; 3rd 3; 4th 2; 5th 1
|All scores are reported to the AJGA.
|High school players’ tournament scores will be reported to the Junior Golf Scoreboard for inclusion on their website. The JGS website offers a multitude of information for coaches scouting possible future players.
|We have received many compliments on our attractive logo. Kudos to Scott Blankley of Graphic Eye. Scott is another talented golfer of Tour Administrator Carol Fromuth from her Lafayette High School golf teams. CLICK HERE to contact Scott at GRAPHIC EYE Design Services.
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| Tour Administrator
Assistant Tour Administrator
Director of Tournament Operations
| Carol Fromuth
Jim was our AGT Director of Tournament Operations from the very first event in 2011. He set up our courses, marked the courses, always determined to set up a fair course. He constantly checked course statistics after the first day of play and adjusted yardages, if necessary. He frequently was called upon for rule interpretations. If he wasn’t sure of a rule, he spent time on his phone to get an answer from a rules specialist. He always took the time to explain to a player the rule. In addition to all of that, he produced our score sheets which were spectacular.
On Wednesday, January 27, Jim became another victim of the COVID-19 virus. He was the heart of the AGT. We will miss him and keep him in our hearts every day. RIP, dear friend.
Contributions to Jim can be sent to:
Accelerated Golf Tour
Jim Niederkorn Memorial Account
1504 Kehrs Mill Road
Chesterfield, MO 63005
Dick Shaiper brought years of tournament experience to the AGT. The stories he could tell from riding the bus as a caddie to Algonquin to becoming a PGA pro are so memorable. Thanks Dick for all your support for our first ten years of existence. We will miss you.