Check The Scores

The Tour consists of eight Tournaments played at Dentonia, Humber Valley, Scarlett Woods and Tam O'Shanter with a final Tour Championship at Don Valley Golf Course.

We recognize the achievements of Tour Members throughout the season. Medals are awarded at each Tournament and there are great opportunities to win prizes throughout the season.

Tour Members earn points throughout the tour:

At each Tournament:

The overall winner will be based on points, similar to the FedEx cup format.


Winners earn 1000 points.

Second-place finishers earn 800 points.

Third-place finishers earn 600 points.

All other participants earn 300 points


Juvenile Girls (14-16) 

1st- Vidya Ramnarine : 6800

2nd- Monica Tersigni: 6000 

3rd –Allison Tran: 2400

Elisa Hirano: 1000 


Bantam Girls (11-13) 

1st – Ava Crane: 6200

2nd - Victoria Poulos: 2000

3rd –Alissa Xu: 1000 

3rd- Naoimi Goh: 1000 


Super Junior Girls (7-10) 

1st –Alisa Mackenzie: 6000

2nd - Hallie Waxman 1000 


Junior Boys (17-18) 

1st-Jonathon Tersigni : 7600 

2nd-Michael Nelson: 4400 


Juvenile Boys (14-16) 

1st- Robert Ta: 3400

2nd- Spense Band: 3100

3rd- Aryton Martino: 2000

Julian Calvecchia:1000

Ryan Lee: 800

Ryan Ricci: 800

Siddant Thapa: 600

Matthew Hanna: 300

Brandon Draws: 300


Bantam Boys (11-13) 

1st- Myles DeCastro: 6400

2nd- Yuji Nohdomi: 6300 

3rd- Ben DeCastro: 4100 

Thomas Band: 2100

Christopher Draws: 1500 

Jack Groves: 1100

Nicholas Audlicino: 1000

Chris Poulos: 600

Siddant Thapa: 600 

Adam Fadel: 300

Giacomo Martino: 300

Matthew Hanna: 300

Brandon Draws: 300


Super Junior Boys (7-10) 

1st- Yuto Nohdomi: 6000

2nd- Charles Vokins: 3200 

3rd- Sasha Mackenzie: 2900  

Jacob Belair: 2000

Ben Harris: 1900

Joseph Black: 1600

Matthew Simpson: 800

Jared Blair: 600

Will Jodoin: 300


Junior Division: Ages 17-18 play 18 holes from the Blue Tees. 
Juvenile Division: Ages 14-16 play 18 holes from the White Tees.

Bantam Division: Ages 11-13 play 18 holes from the Red Tees. 

Super Junior Boys & Girls Division: Ages 7-10 play 9 holes from the Super Junior Tees. 


TJGT follows the RCGA Rules of Golf. Tee times will be posted on the website and e-mailed to each participant 5 days prior to each event.

Dress Code:  No Jeans, T-Shirts, or Sandals. Boys must tuck in their shirts.

Starting Time:  Players late for their Tee-Time will be receive a 2-stroke penalty. Players that miss their starting time will be disqualified.

Order of Play: The Tournament Coordinator will decide the order of play for the first shot, which will take place on the 1st tee.  Then on the player’s second shot, the player furthest away from the flag will hit next. (The person furthest away from the flag always plays first.) On the second hole the player with the lowest score on the last hole will tee off first, then the second best score will tee off next, etc. 

Pace of Play: Players must show respect for other competitors in their group and need to keep up with the pace of play. Always be ready to play when it’s your turn, as well please restrict your practice swings to a minimum.

Course Etiquette: Please show respect for all players; always introduce yourself to your playing partners. Please show respect for the golf course and repair all divots, ball marks, and always rake bunkers. Please keep pull-carts and golf bags off of the greens and tee’s.

Caddy: Only golfers aged 7-10 may have a caddy out on the golf course with them. The caddy is only there to carry the bag and help insure safety of the participants as well as give a friendly hand with the rules when needed. (Under no circumstances can the caddy be giving advice to any of the players while on the golf course. If the caddy breaks this rule the player will loose their caddy privileges.)

Shot Maximum: In order to speed up play the maximum a competitor can score on any hole is DOUBLE PAR.  (Par 3 = Maximum score of 6) Players must pick up their balls after they reach the shot maximum.

Lost Ball, Ball Out-of-Bounds or Ball in Water Hazard: In order to speed up play all lost balls, balls that go out of bounds, or balls that are hit in the water are considered to be lateral hazards. This requires you to drop another ball at the last known place of entry, not closer to the hole. The player must take a ONE-STROKE PENALTY as a result.  

Ball on Roadway/Pathway: The ball may be lifted and dropped not closer to the hole. (NO PENALTY)

Ball Near Fences or Benches: The ball may be dropped 2 club-lengths from the obstruction. (NO PENALTY) 
Practice Putting is Prohibited: Practice on or near the putting green of the hole last played, and rolling a ball on the putting green of the last hole of play is prohibited. Penalty for breach is two strokes.

Suspension of Play Due To A Dangerous Situation: During suspension of play, once the siren has sounded any participant who plays a shot will be disqualified. All practice areas are closed during suspension for a dangerous situation until the Committee has declared them open. Players who practice on closed practice areas will be disqualified.

The Toronto Junior Golf Tour Committee makes all decisions regarding breach of rules, and all decisions are final.