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There are three levels of Priority Status that players may earn based on their performance at U.S. Kids Golf competitions: Green Status, Orange Status, and Blue Status. Players with Green Status have the highest priority, followed by players with Blue Status and then Orange Status. A player's Priority Status is good for one year and covers all events that are played in that span. Check a player's Status on the Priority Status Player List.
Priority Status earned from U.S. Kids Golf tournaments, based on order of finish, is listed below.
|Local Tour (Final Player of the Year standings)^||1st||2nd-3rd||4th-5th|
|Van Horn Cup||Participants|
|Teen World Championship||*1st-20th||21st-40th||41st-80th|
|Teen World Cup||Participants|
* Winners at the World Championship and Teen World Championship earn Lifetime Green Status.
^ Players qualifying from a Local Tour must compete in at least four events and meet the Scoring Requirement in the tour from which he or she qualifies.
Priority Status earned from Local Tour Player of the Year standings is effective for one calendar year, based on the grid below.
|Local Tour Season||Priority Status start
|Priority Status end
|Spring||June 1||May 31|
|Summer||September 1||August 31|
|Fall||December 1||November 30|
|Winter||March 1||February 28|
For more information about registering for an event, visit Registration Information on the series pages.
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