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Canada's most-played Junior Golf Tour

Canada's most-played Junior Golf Tour

The Road to College Golf, run exclusively by PGA Professionals

MJT Regional Order of Merit

Since its inception, the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour has recognized player ability and frequency of participation through an Order of Merit (OOM) Ranking system. This system is also used to qualify members for invitation to the MJT National Championship presented by TaylorMade & adidas Golf at the end of each season.

CURRENT ORDER OF MERIT STANDINGS:
The MJT updates Regional Order of Merit standings after each event. Regional Order of Merit Leaders as of August 31st will earn an invitation to the MJT National Championship. Order of Merit Champions will be determined by the highest cumulative OOM Point total after all events in that particular region are complete.
 
For OOM points earned at an individual event please see the Results Page.
 
ABOUT MJT ORDER OF MERIT POINTS & STANDINGS
OOM Points will be distributed in all age groups, at each tournament on the MJT's regular 2020 schedule according to the following system:
  1. Players must finish all rounds in a tournament
  2. Be a member in good standing

NEW FOR 2020**

Regular Events Major Events
1st 300 1st 500
2nd 225 2nd 375
3rd 210 3rd 350
4th 195 4th 325
5th 180 5th 300
6th 165 6th 275
7th 150 7th 250
8th 135 8th 225
9th 120 9th 200
10th 105 10th 175
11th - 15th 75 11th-15th 125
16th - 20th 45 16th - 20th 75
21st - 30th 10 21st - 30th 20
31st + 5 31st + 10

*Major Events include the MJT Major Junior Championship Series
 
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).

For criteria for invitations to the MJT National Championship, please click here.
 

MJT PLAYERS OF THE YEAR AWARDS
Presented to a player in each age division who plays a minimum of 6 MJT tournament rounds on the annual schedule with the lowest stroke average, and is a member in good standing.