Grand Prix Scores

There are 4 tournaments in the Grand Prix series in 2022-2023, and a player can play in any number of them.

A player’s total score will be the sum of their best scores. Players who play in fewer  tournaments will have the sum of their scores counted towards the consideration of the prizes, so for example, a player who scores  4+4+4=12 will still finish ahead of a player that scores 2 in 4 tournaments, for a total score of 2+2+2+2=8. However, a player must participate in at least 3 tournaments in order to win the Grand Prix Scholarship.

Grand Prix scholarships

In 2022-2023, there are 4 tournaments in the Seneca Hill Grand Prix series, and a player can play in any number of them.

The best 3 tournament scores will be used for the computation of the Grand Prix results.
Prize fund: $5 of each entry will contribute to the Grand Prix.
It was $3585 in 2019. Here is 2019 results and scholarship amounts.

Distribution of GP Scholarship (by cash or cheque)
1st – 40%
2nd – 25%
3rd – 10%
Participated in at least 3 or scored a total of 8 and more – 25%
Based on the number of participants in that section/combined section.
Players tied with the same score will share the prize money.
Grand Prix scholarship will be calculated after the last tournament and to be picked up by June 17.

Grand Prix sections
as of January 1, 2023
regardless the tournament’s sections.

Grand Prix Money for you!

In GP1 to 3, players score 2.5, 3, 3.5 will receive $5 Grand Prix money and 4, 4.5, 5 will receive $10 Grand Prix money. This money can be used to pay for any Seneca Hill Grand Prix tournaments in 2022-2023. We accept cash or e-transfer only. To see your GP money balance, please click here.

Refund Policy

Current year Grand Prix tournaments