Player of the Year

Player of the Year is presented by Short Par 4 and is up for grabs for all BJGT Members. POY is awarded to the Top Point earners from each Age Division. Winners will be announced after the last regular season tournament and will awarded a 1 year Fairway Subscription from SP4! It’s the highest award and honor any player on tour can receive and don’t forget, Championship events are worth DOUBLE points!

Below is the point system breakdown:

Placement Points
1st Place 1000
2nd Place 750
3rd Place 550
4th Place 300
5th Place 250
Finish Event 20

*A BJGT Tour or College Bound Membership is required for POY eligibility*

Current Standings

Boys 10-14 Standings

Girls 13-19 Standings

Boys 15-19 Standings

Congratulations to the 2021 Players of the Year!

Jesse Shue
Boys 10-14 Age Division
Columbia, PA | 2025

9,350 Points

Champion at the Baltimore Junior Golf Classic

Champion at the Hershey Junior Golf Classic

Runner-up at the York Junior Golf Classic

Runner-up at the Gettysburg Junior Golf Open

Runner-Up at the BJGT Tour Championship

Runner-Up at the Baltimore Junior Golf Open

Runner-Up at the Baltimore Junior Golf Championship

2nd Year in a Row winning BJGT Player of the Year for Boys 10-14

Represented Team Eastern Pennsylvania at The Buckeye Cup

Elle Overly
Girls 14-19 Age Division
Lititz, PA | 2025

4,265 Points

Champion at the York Junior Golf Classic

Champion at the Hershey Junior Golf Classic

Runner-Up at the Gettysburg Junior Golf Classic

Shot an 18-Hole low of 82 twice at the BJGT Tour Championship and Hershey Junior Golf Classic

Shot a 36-Hole low of 168 twice at the BJGT Tour Championship & Hershey Junior Golf Classic

Finished in the Top 5 in 4/5 Tournaments

Dylan Ramsey
Boys 15-19 Age Division
Lebanon, PA | 2026

4,493 Points

Champion of the Baltimore Junior Golf Championship

Runner-Up at the Baltimore Junior Golf Classic

Finished Top-5 in 5/7 Tournaments

Shot an 18-Hole Low of 73 at the Gettysburg Junior Golf Shootout and Baltimore Junior Golf Championship

Shot a 36-Hole low of 147 at Baltimore Junior Golf Championship

Best Scoring Average on the Front-9 in Round 1, averaging a 37.67