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Pace of Play 101

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Published on Sep 25, 2013

Implemented first in 2002, the AJGA's pace of play policy establishes an "overall time par" for each course played, which is geared toward the ability of nationally-competitive junior golfers playing in threesomes. In 2012, the AJGA averaged four hours and 23 minutes. With the decision to allow distance measuring devices at AJGA tournaments in 2013, a goal was set at four hours and 19 minutes for 102 nationwide competitions.

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