Kiawah National Pro-Am — Serious Golf…Serious Competition — March 10-14, 2013

PGA club professionals* from all across the U.S., along with three of their members, will tee it up during the 14th Annual Kiawah Island Golf Resort National Pro-Am. The 72-hole stroke play event, sponsored by Club Car, will be held on four of Kiawah Island Golf Resort’s championship courses: Pete Dye’s world-famous Ocean Course, Jack Nicklaus’ Turtle Point, Gary Player’s Cougar Point and Tom Fazio’s Osprey Point.

The tournament format includes four-man best ball gross and net, as well as professional stroke play.  Prizes are awarded to the top net and gross amateur teams and professionals also compete for a separate purse.  Players will use 75% of their USGA handicap, with a maximum Course Handicap of 18 allowed.  PGA Professionals may bring up to six amateurs.  The professional’s score will be used for each 3 man team.

Entry Deadline:

Completed entries must be received at Kiawah Island Golf Resort no later than February 1, 2013.

Note:

USGA handicaps are required. The Ocean Course is walking only. Caddies available upon request.

* Professionals must be PGA members or apprentice in good standing.

Tournament Package

From $1495 per amateur.  Professionals are complimentary.

Tournament Package Includes:

  • Four nights in a 3 bedroom condo
  • Opening Banquet at Mingo Point
  • Welcome amenity bag
  • Breakfast on tournament days (4)
  • Four rounds of golf
  • Three scoring parties
  • One awards luncheon
  • Taxes & resort fees

For more information on the Kiawah National Pro-Am,

including collateral and registration information, please go here or contact:

Candice_chuppa@kiawahresort.com ~ 843-768-2860

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