36 holes, medal play open to any male amateur golfer holding a current USGA Handicap from a PGA recognized facility. All play will be scratch within each flight with the exception of the Senior Flight.
|1st Flight||11.9 & Lower||Gold|
|2nd Flight||12.0 & Higher||Gold/White|
|Senior (55+)||N/A (Gross & Net)||Gold/White|
Entry forms must be received by 5:00 PM on Wednesday, October 4, 2017. The field will be limited to the first 120 players. Entries submitted after the entry deadline will be placed on a waiting list with priority given to the Championship flight.
Fees: UMD Golf Course Members and UMD Students $60
All Others $140
Entry Includes: 2 Rounds of Golf, Range Balls, Prizes & Awards. *Golf Car fees and Skins are optional charges*
A practice round will be available the week prior to the tournament for a cart fee of $20. Call the Pro Shop to set up tee times
At least 20% of each flight will receive golf shop certificates. The final number of participants in each flight will determine the total prize payout. There must be at least 8 entrants in a flight for prizes to be awarded.
U.S.G.A. rules will govern all play with the exception of local rules. Any player that withdraws from the tournament after the entry deadline but before the first round will receive the entry fee in the form of a gift certificate.
The first round pairings will be by random draw. Players will be re-paired after day one according to scores within their own flight. Starting times for the first round will be available by calling the Golf Shop (301-314-4653) or online at www.golf.umd.edu/umdamateur on Thursday, October 5th.
You may pay online, in the pro shop, or print and fill out the above sheet and then mail it in. Any questions, call the pro shop 301-314-4653 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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