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The BJGT Summer Cup, contested over three days, will be taking place at the fantastic Belton Woods resort.

With plenty of indoor and outdoor activities for all the family, this is more than a golf tournament, and one of the highlights of the season!


Entry still available – Enter Here

We will be using both the Lakes and the Woods courses.

Registration from 8.00

Lakes Course: Junior Open, 13-14 and 11-12

Monday 26th July – Tournament Day 1

Junior Open Category, 9.32am – 11.20am

13-14 Category, 11.29am – 11.56am

11-12 Category, 12.14pm – 1.17pm

Woods Course: 9-10 Front 9 holes, 7-8 and 6/Under Back 9 holes

9-10 Category, 10.25am – 12.25pm

6/Under Category, 12.43pm – 1.01pm

7-8 Category, 1.21pm – 2.42pm

Lakes Course: Junior Open, 13-14 and 11-12

Tuesday 27th July – Tournament Day 2

13-14 Category, 9.32am – 9.50am

11-12 Category, 10.10am – 11.13am

Junior Open Category 11.30am – 13.09pm

Woods Course: 9-10 Front 9 holes, 7-8 and 6/Under Back 9 holes

9-10 Category, 10.28am – 12.25pm

6/Under Category, 12.43pm – 1.01pm

7-8 Category, 1.21pm – 2.42pm

Lakes Course: Junior Open, 13-14 and 11-12

Wednesday 28th July – Tournament Day 3

11-12 Category, 9.32am –10.17am

13-14 Category, 10.35am –10.53am

Junior Open Category, 11.10am –1.34pm

Woods Course: 9-10 Front 9 holes, 7-8 and 6/Under Back 9 holes

9-10 Category, 10.28am – 12.52pm

6/Under Category, 1.03pm – 1.12pm

7-8 Category, 1.30pm – 2.51pm

Trophy and prize giving


No player is allowed to practise on their competition course the morning of each tournament day or between tournament days. Non-adherence to these rules will result in disqualification.

BJGT OOM points and trophies will be available to the overall champion in each division after 27 or 54 holes (depending on division). The overall champions on Wednesday (28th July) will be those players with the lowest aggregate gross score over three days. The trophies in each division will be presented to the Top 3 over the entire event (i.e. over the three days).

This event will have an additional 50 Order of Merit points added to players completing all three days!

This is a WAGR counting event for the Junior Open Division only.


Please ensure that you check the link again prior to the event on Monday 26th July, as there WILL be updates to the start sheets.


NOTE: Pace of play is very important, and this will be monitored strictly on the BJGT in 2021; slow play will be penalised!

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Event Information

Tour Policy:
We highly recommend that you read our Tour Policy. In addition, please read our COVID-19 policy: COVID-19 – British Junior Golf Tour

Please register and collect your scorecards for all three days of the tournament at the event desk, around 1 hour before your start time on Day 1. Registration will start at 8.00 am.

Warming Up:
This is to be undertaken on the driving range, putting green or practice facilities that the club have. Players are not allowed to warm up on the course before the event.

Start Time:
Please make sure that you are at the tee at least 10 minutes prior to your start time on each day of the tournament to meet your playing partners and get any final instructions (and to avoid any penalties!).

Pace of Play:
Slow play has become an increasing problem, so please be mindful of your group’s pace of play or penalty strokes will be enforced for all players in your group.

Be ready to play when it is your turn, do not take more than 2 practice swings, walk quickly between shots and holes, and keep up with the group in front.

Rounds should take approximately 4 hours. If you are over 2 hours to the 10th tee, please increase your pace of play for the back 9. Finishing more than 15 minutes behind the group in front may result in a 2-shot penalty for each player in your group. Make sure that you keep sight of the group in front. Should you lose a hole through a lost ball (remember, you only have 3 minutes to look for your ball!), please let the group behind through.

This should be done on your scorecard as normal, but neither you nor your marker should sign your card until a member of the BJGT team at the scoring desk has gone through it with you and your playing partners.


Caddies will be able to use their own caddie bibs purchased from the BJGT; our loan caddie bibs will not be available during the pandemic. Caddies, please do not be critical on the course, this does not help! Please offer encouragement and stay positive; please respect your own player and those in your group. Should we hear any reports of unacceptable behaviour, those responsible will be removed from the course. Only one caddie is permitted for each player.


Spectators are allowed, but they must stay ahead of the group, and not be seen with the player and caddie. No prams or buggies are allowed on the course, so families with younger siblings (babies and toddlers) should not attend.

Distance Measuring Devices:
Range finders and GPS devices are allowed, as long as they measure distance only.


Divisions 9-10 and above play R&A Rules and it is your responsibility as a player or a caddie to fully familiarise yourselves with these before playing in BJGT events. Useful information here: https://www.randa.org/en/rules-junior-room

Academy Rules
6&Under and 7-8 age divisions have the following ‘Academy Rules‘; these are designed to keep the game fun, to stop younger players becoming demoralised and keep play moving:

  • 10-Shot maximum per hole
  • After 3 failed shots to escape a bunker, players may take a free drop to the side of the hazard, only counting the 3 failed shots.
  • All water hazards are considered ‘Lateral’, so take a penalty drop to the side of the hazard where possible, but should a stream cross the hole, a drop may be taken on the other side of the hazard (meaning players don’t have to hit over the water a second time).
  • Out of Bounds is considered a ‘Lateral Hazard’, so drop a ball back in play 2 club lengths from where the original shot crossed the boundary, with a 1-shot penalty.
  • Caddies may help tee the ball up when playing from the tee, although lining up is not permitted (rule 10.2b, as above). Caddies may mark their player’s ball on the green; it is hoped that players will learn these skills as they play on the Tour.

Trophy presentations will be carried out on the final day of the tournament, straight after the division finishes. Results and OOM tables will be posted online each day, as usual.


Cancellation policy – tournament fee:

0-5 days prior to the event – no refund

6-21 days prior to the event – 50% refund, minus £5 per day administration fee

22+ days prior to the event – full refund, minus £5 per day administration fee

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