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MJT Order of Merit


Since inception, the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour has been recognizing player ability and frequency of participation through a National Order of Merit (OOM) Ranking system which is also used to qualify an elite field of members for invitation to the MJT Boston Pizza National Championship at the end of each season.

In past years the MJT has provided many thousands in funding for the cumulative points leaders on the annual MJT Order of Merit.  Each #1 ranked player in terms of cumulative points in every provincial age division receive funding towards their expenses of entry into the MJT Boston Pizza National Championship.

The MJT updates Provincial and National Order of Merit Standings after each event which are available via the links on the right hand side bar - note you can choose the year you wish to view. For OOM points earned at an individual event please see the Results Page.
OOM Points will be distributed in all age groups at every tournament on the MJT's regular 2018 schedule according to the following system. Players must finish all rounds in a tournament and be a member in good standing to receive OOM points.

*Major Events include the MJT PGA of Canada Zone Junior Championship Series (to be updated shortly)

The points remain the same in all field sizes. Points accumulated in an age group are transferred with the player if they move up into a different age group during the season. Players who compete as a non-member do not receive OOM points; if the player upgrades to full membership status during the season, OOM points are only awarded for tournaments after the upgrade was processed (not retroactively).

National and Provincial Ranking Reports will show your best 3 finishes divided by 3* – and are updated throughout the season on the Tour's website.
*If a member plays in less than 3 tournaments, their total points are still divided by 3.

For criteria for invitations to the MJT Boston Pizza National Championship, please the the International Events Page.

The MJT also recognizes player's abilities and participation by providing first place prizing in each age division at every MJT tournament and sponsors the annual  $1,000 MJT Scholarship Award and MJT Players of the Year Awards (based on lowest stroke average in each division).

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