All-Star teams are assembled based on the number of teams in a local league and the final standings of the local league. Below are some examples of how an All-Star team is created:

  • At the end of the regular season, a league champion team will be crowned. The winning Captain will be the league's All-Star team Captain.
  • Every team in the league will have some representation on the All-Star team, however the actual numbers will vary based on league size.
  • Each All-Star team will be comprised of 10 players. The recommended breakdown is:For a 7-team league: Championship team gets 3 spots, runner-up gets 2 spots, 1 spot each from the remaining 5 teamsFor a 6-team league: Championship team gets 4 spots, runner-up gets 2 spots, 1 spot each from the remaining 4 teamsFor a 5-team league: Championship team gets 4 spots, runner-up gets 2 spots, 1 spot each from the remaining 3 teams, 1 at large spot awarded by league Captains' majority vote.For a 4-team league: Championship team gets 4 spots, runner-up gets 3 spots, 2 spots the third place team, and 1 spot for the fourth place team.For an 8-team league: Championship team gets 2 spots, runner-up gets 2 spots, and 1 spot each from the remaining 6 teams.
  • At no time, without the expressed permission of PGA Jr. League staff will an All-Star team be permitted to have more than 5 players on its roster from any one team in the league.
  • All-Star team players must participate in at minimum of three regular season matches .
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