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WELCOME TO THE 2008 GATEWAY PGA JUNIOR GOLF ASSOCIATION Dear Junior Golfers and Parents: On behalf of the Gateway PGA Junior Golf Association and the Gateway PGA Member Golf Professionals, we would like to welcome you to our 2008 Program. We will continue to have four two day 18-hole tournaments called The Classics that will be ranked by the National Junior Golf Scoreboard (NJGS). The Gateway PGA is made up of over 425 Golf Professionals in Eastern Missouri and Southern Illinois. Youth is our future, and the Gateway PGA Golf Professional cares about the future game of golf. Once again each golfer must attend one of our Rules/Etiquette Seminars prior to the start of our tournament schedule. Association rules and USGA rules of golf will be presented. The 18 hole seminars are two hours in duration and the 9 hole seminars are one hour. Please don’t hesitate to call with any questions, (636) 532-9191, or email email@example.com. Don’t forget that our news, brochure, directions and tournament results are available on our new Junior website page, which is a part of the Gateway website: www.gatewaypga.org . THE CLASSICS – Two-Day Events (See tan enclosure) The Classics consist of four two-day 18-hole events. There will be two divisions: Ages 13-15, 1619; however, all ages ARE eligible to play in these events. All results will be sent to the NJGS for national ranking status. The details are on the Classic Entry Form. Only PGA Junior member tournament winners earn exemption status to the final two day Junior Section Championship. If you have entered the Classics ONLY, you are considered a Tour player for the Final Championship. NUMBER OF EVENTS: There is no limit to the number of events that a junior may enter. Remember, for every five events entered, the sixth is free. TOURNAMENT DIVISIONS—there are three tournament divisions to choose from this year. You may choose and enter only ONE division. A junior golfer may compete in a higher age division. Please select the proper form to complete for registration. 1. 9-HOLE DIVISION (See blue enclosure)—is for juniors that consistently score 65 or less for 9-holes. Boys and Girls Ages: 10-11, 12-13, 14-19. 2. 18-HOLE DIVISION (See green enclosure)—is for junior boys that consistently score 54 or less for 9-holes, or consistently score 109 or less for 18-holes and for girls that consistently score 60 or less for nine holes or 120 or less for 18-holes and complete play in five hours. Boys and Girls Ages: 12-13, 14-15, 16-19. 3. TOUR DIVISION (See beige enclosure)—is designed to provide competitive competition opportunities for the advanced players ages 14-19 that score 85 or less (boys), or 100 or less (girls). Golfers, entering 9th grade or less, must have permission from the Gateway PGA Junior Director to enter the Tour Division. Scores from last year will be considered for eligibility into the Tour Division. Boys and Girls Ages: 14-15, 16-19. LEARNING DIVISIONS—You may enter Camps, Clinics, Mini-Nine and Novice 9 Hole. Please select the proper form to complete for registration 1. CAMPS (See white enclosure)--week long 1 ½ to 2 hour supervised sessions for the beginner, intermediate and advanced golfer, ages 6-19, teaching ratio 1 to 6. 2. MINI-NINE (See coral enclosure)--age divisions for boys and girls 6-8, 9-11; introduces the beginner golfer to tournament golf. Parents or substitute adults will assist in play and scoring. Medals will be awarded at each tournament. There will be no final tournament. Shotgun starts when schedule permits. Rules seminars are required. 3. NOVICE 9-HOLE (See gray enclosure)--age divisions for boys and girls 10-11, 12-13, introduces the beginner golfer to tournament golf. Parents or substitute adults will assist in play and scoring. Medals will be awarded at each tournament. There will be no final tournament. Rules seminars are required. Sign up today and you can participate as one of our Gateway PGA Junior Golf Members. To avoid late fees, sign up before the May 28 deadline. A late fee of $50 will be charged for entries received after May 28 through June 7. The last rules seminars will be held Saturday, June 7. An additional $25 late fee will be charged to attend the June 7 rules seminar. Failure to attend the required rules seminar will result in the forfeiture of all fees and eligibility to play. We strongly encourage a player to become a member ($75) and attend a rules seminar even if tournament events cannot be scheduled so far in advance. However, all tournament schedules and fees must be received on or before May 28, 2008 or a $50 late fee will be assessed. Carol Fromuth--Gateway PGA Junior Golf Director (636) 532-9191 17269 Wild Horse Creek Road, Suite 110 Chesterfield, MO 63005 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org GATEWAY PGA JUNIOR GOLF ASSOCIATION Eligibility for all Junior Events Boys and girls from age 6, as of June 2, 2008, to the graduating high school seniors, who have not yet participated in college academic or athletic programs on a full-time basis, are eligible to participate. ****Age as of June 2, 2008, will determine age division placement for 2008.**** Registration begins February 15, 2008 through May 28, 2008. Registrants will be charged an additional $50 for registering after May 28 through June 7, 2008. Tournament Entry Procedure Juniors in all tournament divisions may play in as many events as they desire. A special price package will be available for those players signing up for six events, pay for five and the sixth tournament is free. There is no limit to the number of events that a junior can enter. Check or credit card information must accompany the registration form paying for all events and membership fees for the registration to be processed. Tournament applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Applications will be processed beginning February 15, 2008. Alternate choices are required to process registration forms. If alternates are not listed, applications will not be processed. Applications for additional individual events not selected on the original application will be accepted on space availability until May 30, 2008 for assigned tee times. However, tournament entries will be accepted if open tee times are available until the day of the event. (The website will list tournaments that are full.) Tee times will be processed on May 30 and 31 and mailed on June 2. Check online after 2 p.m. on May 31 for the first two weeks of tee times for scheduled events. If you have not received your tee time letter by June 9, 2008, call the Gateway Junior office, 636-532-9191. Families and friends attempting to carpool, send your applications in together and early. We will make every effort to accommodate tournament schedule requests. Sorry, no tee time or pairing requests can be honored. All Junior Members will receive the following: Windbrella Gateway PGA Junior Golf Association Membership Card Golf Course Directions (For online directions: www.gatewaypga.org; do not use Mapquest) Discounted rates at participating driving ranges – junior golfers only Bag tag, towel, practice golf balls, water bottle, rule book etc. Rules and Etiquette Seminar—USGA 2008/2009 Rules of Golf book Opportunity to compete in the PGA Final Junior Championship at Crystal Springs Quarry for Tour and 18 Hole Divisions and at Ballwin Rec. for 9 Hole Division. (A player must finish in the top three AND meet the target score for his/her division.) ♦ Free Scholarship Seminar Wednesday, January 7, 2009 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Rules Seminars – None after Sunday June 1, 2008 except for a Late Fee of $25 for Saturday, June 7 Attendance at a 2008 rules seminar is mandatory in order to participate in the Tournament Divisions. No Exceptions. Dress code enforced. Parents of 9 Holers, Mini-Nine, Novice 9 Holers and 12-13 year old 18 Holers must attend a rules session with their child to learn duties of scoring. Rule decisions will not be made by parent scorers. The seminars cover basic USGA Rules, safety, etiquette, and association rules. Golf is the only sport that is monitored by the player; therefore, the rules seminar is a must. If you do not attend your assigned rules seminar, call and reschedule immediately. No refunds will be given if a golfer fails to attend a rules seminar. Do not procrastinate. You may want to bring a chair if the rules seminar is at Gateway Golf Center. All parents are encouraged to attend. Be sure to check in to receive credit for attending. Scoring (For Mini-Nine, 9-Hole, Novice 9-Hole and 12-13 Age 18-Hole Divisions) A parent will be required to score two times during the 2008 tournament schedule. (Keeping strokes taken by each child in the group will be required.) If a parent cannot be a scorer, the parent is responsible to provide a substitute, such as a relative, friend and/or a high school age student. Please indicate on the entry form, the date available for scoring. Scorers will be provided golf carts, if available, at no charge for the Competitive 9-Hole and 18-Hole Divisions. No carts will be provided for the Mini-Nine and Novice 9-Hole Divisions. Determining the Right Division Divided into four distinct ability groups, The Gateway Junior PGA Golf Association allows players of like ability to play and compete within their own age groups. Golfers are provided the opportunity to enhance their golf skills and enjoy the game while being rewarded for both improvement and achievement. To have a positive experience, it is very important to honestly evaluate your ability and participate in the Division, which is best suited to your own game. Assignments within each Division are at the discretion of the Gateway PGA Staff and may even change during the competitive season. Stroke averages refer to those obtained on a regulation-length golf course. Tee Yardage---Approximate yardage---depends on the course: 9 Hole 18 Hole Tour Classics Boys and Girls – 2,500-2,800 yards (Some courses are par 3’s) 12-13 Boys - 5,200-5,600 yards; All Girls – 4,800-5,400 yards 14-15 Boys/16-18 Boys - 6,000-6,200 yards All Girls – 5,800-6,000 yards; All Boys – 6,400 plus yards All Girls – 5,800-6,000 yards; All Boys – 6,400 plus yards Cell phones, pagers, ipods, range finders and any type of electronic entertainment devices are not allowed. Policies are necessary to provide quality and organized events for all the juniors enrolled in the program. The policies are not negotiable or flexible, and are enforced so that the Gateway PGA Junior Tournament Staff can run fair and organized tournaments. Schedule Changes All schedule changes must be made in writing or a direct phone call (no messages or email). Include the following: name, address, phone number, age group, tournament event number/s wishing to drop and add, and 2-3 substitution choices per tournament. Submit your schedule change request, with applicable fees ($10.00 nonrefundable fee per change), to the Gateway PGA Section Office. All schedule changes are dependent upon space availability. Withdrawal Policy for Tournaments In order to provide accurate and quality tournament administration, a player must withdraw from a tournament by phone or in person. E-mail messages will not be accepted. Players who withdraw in accordance with this policy will be given tournament credit, and may enter another event that still has available space and pay the $10 reschedule fee. All tournament credits remaining on July 25 for 9 Holers or July 31 for 18 Holers will be forfeited. Players who do not withdraw in accordance with this policy will forfeit their entry fee for that event. No monetary credit can be applied to the Final Championship entry fee. No-Show Policy If a player fails to withdraw from an event in accordance with the withdrawal policy, and does not play, it will be considered a no-show, a tournament credit will not be authorized. If an emergency situation causes a noshow, the Gateway PGA Staff could authorize a tournament credit. Refunds Prior to May 1, 2008 refunds are made only in the case of a medical emergency with the exception of a $75 administrative fee, which is not refundable. After the May 1, 2008, no refunds are available. Failure to attend the required rules seminar will result in the forfeiture of all fees and eligibility to play. Rain Policy No rain-dates are available. If an event is cancelled due to weather, the junior MUST check the schedule for another event that is not filled, and call to enter that event at no additional charge. Credits will not be given if a 9 hole event completes five holes of play or an 18 hole event completes 9 holes of play, no rescheduling will be allowed. Medals will be awarded. No Score Card Policy If a player does not turn in a score card with valid scores for the day, the player will be suspended for the next event in which he or she is registered, without refund. An NC will be posted as the player’s score. A player, who does not turn in or alters a score card, will not be eligible for the high point and low stroke average trophies and the Final Championship. Walk-On Policy Juniors may register and compete in an event as a walk-on on a first-come, first-serve basis at any regular event that does not have a full field. Payment for walk-ons must be made on site. Walk ons must be at the tournament site within one half hour of the first tee time of their respective age group and must play in their own age group for scoring purposes. It is preferable that the player calls the day or night before the scheduled event and a tee time will be given. Format of Competition All events will be stroke play competition. USGA Rules shall govern play, and any local rules announced or distributed prior to play shall be applicable. Participants may not use caddies, or motorized carts. The ball will be played as it lies, unless weather or course conditions dictate a change to be made only by the Gateway PGA Junior Golf Director. All players must carry their own clubs or use a pull cart if allowed by the facility. No provisions for practice rounds have been made. Players may call the facility and practice at their own expense prior to the tournament. Tournament Pairings A participant must play with the group in which they are paired. Failure to do so will result in disqualification from the event. Tee time changes will be made only by staff to adjust for no-shows. Scoring Procedure Participants will rotate scorecards prior to the beginning of play. A junior may not keep the scorecard of the player keeping his or her own card. After each hole is completed, the participant shall announce his/her score for the marker. The marker should repeat the score to be sure it is correct. If you are unsure about a rule, play a second ball; announce which ball you will use for score if the rules of golf permit. This procedure must be reported to the scoreboard before turning in your scorecard, otherwise disqualification is the penalty. A competitor may not leave until his/her score card is accepted by a member of the tournament staff. If a problem occurs and the competitor is not present, it will result in an automatic disqualification. Conduct of Players Inappropriate behavior by any junior, witnessed by our staff, fellow competitor, or employee of the host facility will be immediately disqualified from the current event and their next event without a refund. Inappropriate behavior could include the use of improper language, dressing in non-golf attire, throwing clubs, damaging the course, failure to repair ball marks on the greens or replace divots on the course, cheating, talking while a fellow competitor is playing a shot, knowingly violating the rules of golf, affecting play of another, overall display of poor sportsmanship, use of tobacco, alcohol or illegal drugs. Dress Code (Members, Family, Guests & Spectators): Proper attire is required at all tournaments and rules seminars, events and/or functions. The dress code prohibits shoes with metal spikes, short shorts (finger tips must touch bottom of short or skirt), halter tops, shirts exposing mid riffs, tank tops, T-shirts, gym shorts, and all denim. (No visible body piercing is permitted; however, girls may wear earrings.) All hats must be worn properly, bill forward; collared shirts must be worn and tucked in (girls may wear shirts without collars if the shirt is part of a coordinated outfit). Any violation of this rule results in either disqualification or the junior not being allowed to participate until he/she has met the above regulations. Spectators at private clubs must adhere to player dress code policy. If not in proper attire, spectators may not follow the golfers and must leave the facility. Conduct of Spectators Spectators are welcomed and encouraged to attend events. Rules for spectators are as follows: 1. Spectators must walk and remain on the cart paths or in the rough. A minimum of 20 yards between players and spectators must be maintained. Spectators must stay off tees and greens. 2. It is the player’s responsibility to avoid conversation with all spectators. Such conversation could be construed as ADVICE. Players will be penalized two strokes for advice. 3. Spectator carts may be rented where available. 4. Spectators are not allowed to carry a player’s equipment. (Umbrellas, food, jackets, etc. are not equipment.) 5. As a general rule: spectators should remain one shot ahead, or even with the shot being played by the group they are watching. 6. Dress code for private clubs: collared shirts, bermuda-length shorts, no denim. Awards At the conclusion of each event, medals will be awarded in each age group. In the case of ties, matching cards will determine the winner on the basis of the best score for holes 10-18. If the tying players have the same score for the last nine, determine the winner on the basis of the last six holes, last three holes and finally the 18th hole. In the case of the 9 hole division players, determine the winner on the basis of the last six holes, last three holes and finally the 9th hole. The Gateway PGA Final Championship The Gateway PGA Junior Association will conduct a season ending Final Championship in each age group within each division (does not include MINI-NINE and NOVICE 9-HOLE DIVISIONS). The top three finishers and ties who meet the target score listed below in any event within each Division will qualify for The Gateway PGA Final Championship. (Entries will be limited to the first 200 applicants at the Crystal Springs Quarry site.) 9 Hole: Girls - 60 or less Boys - 50 or less Target Scores Boys - 95 or less 18 Hole: Girls - 110 or less Girls - 100 or less Boys - 85 or less Tour: The price will be $75 for the 9-Hole Divisions (will play 18 holes over two days) at Ballwin Recreational GC, July 28 and 29, 2008; $125 for the 18-Hole and Tour Divisions (will play 36 holes over two days) at Crystal Springs Quarry Aug 4 and 5, 2008. No monetary credit can be applied to the Final Championship entry fee. The Dutch Harrison Low Stroke Average Trophy will be given to the boy and the Judy Rankin Trophy Low Stroke Average Trophy to the girl earning the award in the Tour Division. Five tournament scores are used to determine the low stroke average. Leading point winners are determined by a player’s best top five finishes and are awarded at the final tournament. (Point Allocation: 25, 20, 15, 11, 8, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2.) 2008 JUNIOR PGA CHAMPIONSHIP The Junior PGA Championship is one of the premier junior championships in the United States. Juniors who have not yet turned 19 prior to July 14, 2008 are eligible. Age divisions and entry fee for pre-qualifier and two-day event are as follows: 12 and under 9 Holes $25 Ballwin Golf Course – Monday, June 23 13-15 36 Holes $75 Lockhaven – Two day: Thursday, June 26 and Friday, June 27 16-19 36 Holes $75 Lockhaven – Two day: Thursday, June 26 and Friday, June 27 One boy and one girl from the 36 hole qualifier at Lockhaven, June 26 and June 27 will qualify for the final tournament at TPC River’s Bend Mainville, Ohio August 13-16, 2008. Entry blanks for the national championship qualifier are included in the packet. The 9 Hole event is a one day tournament that may be one of the six Gateway PGA Junior selected events. For the 18 Hole or Tour Divisions, the two day qualifier is a separate tournament entry that is not one of the Gateway PGA Junior selected events. Entry fee includes age division trophies and tee gifts. THE CLASSICS 2008 GATEWAY PGA JUNIOR GOLF ASSOCIATION APPLICATION AND TOURNAMENT ENTRY The Classics – will be two-day events for age divisions 13-15 and 16-19. The results will be sent to the NJGS for national ranking status. The price for all two-day events is $95 for members or 4 for $435; $200 for nonmembers per event. The price includes green fees, prizes, and range balls on tournament days. Two-day events will be open to the first 100 entries. To guarantee tee times, entries must be received by the deadline dates listed below. Tee times for the Classics will be online. These events may be entered at any time throughout the season if space is available. A waiting list will exist. Call Carol Fromuth at the Gateway PGA Office, (636) 532-9191 for tournament availability. Withdrawal from a tournament must be done by the day before the tournament begins and refunds will be awarded only if someone takes your place. A No Show player at any event forfeits the entire entry fee. There must be a minimum of three players in each age group or the player will be placed in the higher age bracket for that event. MEMBERS WINNING OR PLACING IN A TOURNAMENT EARN EXEMPTION INTO THE FINAL 2 DAY JUNIOR SECTION CHAMPIONSHIP AT CRYSTAL SPRINGS QUARRY. IF YOU HAVE ENTERED THE CLASSICS ONLY, YOU ARE CONSIDERED A TOUR PLAYER FOR THE FINAL CHAMPIONSHIP. Package Deal: EVENT 200 201 202 203 DAY WED THURS MON TUES MON TUES TUES WED DATE JUNE 18 JUNE 19 JULY 7 JULY 8 JULY 21 JULY 22 JULY 29 JULY 30 Members Only - 4 events for $435 includes membership. SITE CITY (R) (R) (R) (R) BELLEVILLE, IL ST. LOUIS, MO LAKE ST. LOUIS, MO WATERLOO, IL TIME 8:00 AM 12:00 PM 12:30 PM 8:00 AM 7:30 AM MAX 100 100 100 100 THE ORCHARDS GOLF CLUB DEADLINE: JUNE 14 SUNSET COUNTRY CLUB DEADLINE: JULY 3 LAKE FOREST COUNTRY CLUB DEADLINE: JULY 17 ANNBRIAR GOLF COURSE DEADLINE: JULY 24 TEE TIMES: CHECK WEBSITE (www.gatewaypga.org) 5 DAYS BEFORE THE SCHEDULED EVENT OR CALL 636-532-9191 GATEWAY PGA OFFERS FIVE TWO DAY NJGS RANKED TOURNAMENTS: Four Classics The Orchards Golf Club Sunset Country Club Lake Forest Country Club Annbriar Golf Course PGA Qualifier at Lockhaven Country Club Gateway Section Championship at Crystal Springs Quarry Golf Course PLEASE KEEP UPPER HALF OF REGISTRATION FORM FOR YOUR RECORDS ------------------------------------------------------------------------THE CLASSICS SIGN-UP New Member OR Previous Member Last Name___________________________________ First Name______________________________ Address______________________________________________________ Email ___________________________________ City____________________________________________________ State________ Zip Code _________________________ Male __________ Female __________ Birth Date _______________________ Age as of 6/2/08________________________ School Attending Fall 2008 ______________________________________________ HS Graduation Year ________________ Parents (or guardian) ____________________________________________________________________________________ Home Phone ( Cell Phone ( ) ______________________________ Parents’ Work Phone ( ) _____________________________ ) __________________ Home Course (or Course Usually Played) _________________________________ Please register me in the following events in order of preference by event number: 200 ________ 201 ________ 202 ________ 203 ________ Rules Seminar Number: Choice 1______ Choice 2 ______ Choice 3______ See back of this page for Rules Seminar dates and locations. PLEASE COMPLETE OTHER SIDE OF APPLICATION GATEWAY PGA JUNIOR GOLF ASSOCIATION RULES AND ETIQUETTE SEMINAR SCHEDULE The Gateway PGA will conduct Rules and Etiquette Seminars prior to the 2008 season. It is mandatory for all participants to attend one seminar prior to playing in their first 2008 event. No Exceptions. All seminars will last approximately 2 hours. You must arrive on time to guarantee admittance. Parents are encouraged to attend, but juniors have priority when a seminar is full. Proper golf attire is necessary to attend the seminar and receive credit. On your application, please indicate your seminar site preference and your alternate sites. Sites will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. For example, if you mark sites #1, #2, and #3, and #1 is at capacity, you will be placed at your #2 preference. Dress Code will be strictly enforced at all Rules Seminars and Events. SEMINAR DAY 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34* SUN SAT SUN SAT SAT SUN SAT SUN SAT SUN SAT SAT WED SAT SAT SUN SAT DATE SITE CITY BALLWIN, MO BELLEVILLE, IL MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO CHESTERFIELD, MO EDWARDSVILLE, IL MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO ST. PETERS, MO BALLWIN, MO ST. LOUIS, MO BALLWIN, MO COLUMBIA, MO MARION, IL CHESTERFIELD, MO SWANSEA, IL CHESTERFIELD, MO ST. LOUIS, MO CHESTERFIELD, MO TIME 4:30-6:30 PM 8:00-10:00 AM 4:30-6:30 PM 9:00-11:00 AM 8:00-10:00 AM 4:30-6:30 PM 8:00-10:00 AM 4:30-6:30 PM 4:30-6:30 PM 4:30-6:30 PM 9:00-11:00 AM 1:00-3:00 PM 6:30-8:30 PM 8:00-10:00 AM 8:00-10:00 AM 4:30-6:30 PM 8:00-10:00 AM MAX# 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 MARCH 16 BALLWIN GC MARCH 29 YORKTOWN GC MARCH 30 CRYSTAL SPRINGS QUARRY APRIL 5 APRIL 12 APRIL 13 APRIL 19 APRIL 20 MAY 3 MAY 4 MAY 10 MAY 10 MAY 14 MAY 17 MAY 31 JUNE 1 JUNE 7 GATEWAY GOLF CENTER SUNSET HILLS CC CRYSTAL SPRINGS QUARRY MID RIVERS GC BALLWIN GC GREENBRIAR CC BALLWIN GC A. L. GUSTIN GC KOKOPELLI GC GATEWAY GOLF CENTER CLINTON HILL GC GATEWAY GOLF CENTER QUAIL CREEK GATEWAY GOLF CENTER *Late Rules Seminar, Fee $25, due from all of those attending. PLEASE KEEP UPPER HALF OF REGISTRATION FORM FOR YOUR RECORDS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- THE CLASSICS Please make checks payable to “The Gateway PGA”. Each applicant must submit his/her own application/entry form. One check for multiple family participants is permitted. Fees: Member Package: 4 Events and $75 Annual Membership Fee*, $435 $ ____________ OR Number of Events_________ @ $95 each $____________ Annual Membership Fee* @ $75 Non Member Package: Number of Events_________ @ $200 each *If not previously paid $____________ $____________ To be a Junior member of the Gateway PGA, you must reside in the Gateway Section. TOTAL AMOUNT DUE Player and Parent Release $ _____________ By signing below, we acknowledge that we have read, understand and accept all terms herein. The Gateway PGA, its members, directors, agents, escorts, owners, successors and assignees are to be held harmless from all liability claims and/or other forms of legal actions, including cost arising therefrom, against any incident which may result in or arise out of any loss, personal or property (including death), which may be sustained by the junior indicated on this application, his or her family and/or guardian during travel to, from participation in, any activity sponsored in whole or part by the Gateway Section of the Professional Golfers’ Association of America. The Gateway PGA reserves the right to interpret these rules and regulations in the best interest of the Association, the program and its participants. Applicant Signature ____________________________Parent/Guardian Signature _________________________________ Date ___________ In case of emergency, please contact ______________________________________ at ______________ Mail to: Gateway Junior PGA 17269 Wild Horse Creek Road, Suite 110 Chesterfield, MO 63005
"WELCOME TO THE 2008 GATEWAY PGA "