All Georgia Junior Golf members are required to complete and pass an online Rules Quiz before selecting any tournaments. Online resources are provided to help guide juniors through the quiz. This test is designed to establish introductory knowledge of the Rules and basics of etiquette for juniors and can be completed before or after attending the Orientation/Rules Seminar (for those required to attend - see below).
First-year members are required to attend an Orientation Seminar during their first year of participation with Georgia Junior Golf which will briefly outline organizational policies and procedures, as well as some etiquette and basic Rules information. Parents are encouraged, but not required, to attend this informative 60-minute session.
Note: Beginner Divisions
Players are responsible for completing this Orientation Seminar during their first year of membership with Georgia Junior Golf and will fulfill the Rules Seminar requirement “second year” upon their graduation from the Beginner Division into a 9- or 18-Hole Division.
Second-year members are required to attend one Rules Seminar during their second year (or upon graduation from a Beginner Division) of participation with Georgia Junior Golf which will provide more in-depth coverage of the Rules of Golf. This seminar lasts approximately 90 minutes.
A junior golfer who fails to attend a mandatory Orientation or Rules Seminar will be prohibited from participating in Summer Series events, without refund of his/her membership fee.
Junior golfers who have attended BOTH an Orientation Seminar (during year one) and a Rules Seminar (during year two) are only required to take an online Rules of Golf Quiz before they are allowed to register for golf tournaments each subsequent year. Third-year members (and beyond) are not required to physically attend any seminar, but are welcome to do so if they desire. While attendance at additional Rules Seminars is not mandatory, it is certainly encouraged, as the Rules of Golf are complex and change frequently.