Payments, Refunds, and Withdrawals

Billing

  • Once your registration is accepted, you will be charged the full amount of the entry fee.
  • If you have been accepted into a tournament and need to withdraw, please review the Withdrawal Policy below.
  • If you have any billing questions or concerns, please contact:

IJGT Member Services
Email: info@ijgt.com
Phone: at 844-779-3374

Refunds and Withdrawals

  • All cancellations must be submitted via email; there are no exceptions.
  • If a player must withdraw from any event more than 14 days prior to the start of the event, an in-house credit of the entry fee minus a $30 transaction fee will be applied to the account. This credit can be applied to any future IJGT event during the current season.
  • If a player must withdraw from any event 7-14 days prior to the start of the event, an in-house credit of half the entry fee will be applied to the account. This credit can be used for any future IJGT Event during the current season.
  • If a player must withdraw from any event less than 7 days prior to the start of the event, the full entry fee will be forfeited.
  • Every IJGT member will be allowed one tournament transfer per season at no cost. You must email the IJGT to receive this transfer, and it does not apply to any cancellation that occurs  less than 7 days prior to the start of the event.

**The only exception to this policy is if the player is physically injured / has fallen ill and cannot play or in the case of emergency. In the event of an injury or illness a doctor’s note is required and a $30 processing fee will be charged**
The in-house credit will not roll over to the following season. It must be redeemed by August 1st of the current season year.

On-Site Withdrawal Policy

The IJGT receives far more applications than spots available in most tournaments. Players who need to withdraw from a tournament must complete at least one of the following:

  • After tournament play had started, all players wishing to withdraw must report to the Tournament Director before leaving the golf course. The Tournament Director may ask the player’s fellow competitors questions about the illness or injury. Based on the information gathered, the Tournament Director will categorize the player’s withdrawal in one of the following three categories with corresponding action:
      • Justified Withdrawal

    The player is clearly ill, injured, or a family tragedy has occurred. The Tournament Director and the player will sign the Withdrawal Form and (WD – illness or injury) will be listed next to the player’s name in the tournament results. The Tournament Director will report the withdrawal to the IJGT Review Board and no further action will be taken.

      • Questionable Withdrawal

    The Tournament Director is unable to determine if the player is withdrawing for a legitimate reason or an extreme weather delay which may cause a player to miss a flight and/or incur substantial costs.

    If the Tournament Director is unable to determine if a player has a legitimate reason for withdrawing from a tournament they will rule the withdrawal questionable. The Tournament Director and the player will sign the Withdrawal Form and (WD) will be listed next to the player’s name in the tournament results. The Tournament Director will report the withdrawal to the IJGT Review Board and a questionable withdrawal will be recorded in the player’s history.

    If a player receives three questionable withdrawals, his/her IJGT Membership will be suspended and the player will not be eligible for year-end honors.

      • Unjustified Withdrawal

    The player is withdrawing due to poor play or lack of ambition to continue. This includes players leaving the golf course or city in which the event is conducted or failing to show up for any subsequent rounds of an event without talking to the Tournament Director directly.

    This is a serious breach of the IJGT Withdrawal Policy and the Tournament Director will rule the withdrawal unjustified. The Tournament Director and the player (if available) will sign the Withdrawal Form and (WD or DQ 6-3a) will be listed next to the player’s name in the tournament results depending on the nature of the situation. The Tournament Director will report the withdrawal to the IJGT Review Board and the player will immediately be withdrawn from his next event.  For a second offense, the player’s membership will be suspended and the player will not be eligible for year-end honors. The player will be removed from all future tournaments he/she is signed up for, and all deposits will be forfeit.