In the early 1990’s, Washington Golf incorporated a points system to identify WA Golf’s top players in the categories of Men, Women, Mid-Amateur Men, Mid-Amateur Women, Senior Men, and Senior Women. This guide is currently known as the “Washington Golf Performance Points List.” The Performance Points List has served as a guide for the selection of teams to represent WA Golf in the Men’s and Senior Men’s Hudson Cup Matches, PNGA Cup, Pacific Coast Amateur, Mexican Amateur, and nominations for the annual WA Golf Player of the Year Awards in the categories of Men, Women, Mid-Amateur Men, Mid-Amateur Women, Senior Men, and Senior Women.
In good favor to all WA Golf members, the Board of Directors and Championship Committee of Washington Golf support the notion of participating in local, regional, national and international team competitions. In order to provide members of WA Golf with an equal chance at being selected to participate in these competitions, the WA Golf Championship Committee has incorporated a set of standards on which the selection process is based.
Selection criteria: The selection of teams for any local, regional, national, or international team competition is at the sole discretion of the Washington Golf Championship Committee. The WA Golf Performance Points Lists (Men’s, Women’s, Senior Men’s, and Senior Women’s) are a guide by which the WA Golf Championship Committee selects team members. Although the WA Golf Championship Committee believes the Performance Points List provides the most insight as to playing ability, they do not reflect other aspects of golf, such as experience and sportsmanship. Therefore, the WA Golf Championship Committee considers other golf-related credentials in the selection process.