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One weekend. Two tournaments. One Player of the Year.
Power Events has made five stops around the country thus far this year, and their sixth and final stop in 2012 will take them to Texas for the Dallas Holiday Classic.
The spacious Volcanos Bar and Grill will play host to the event for the second consecutive year, and the festivities will kick off Thursday, December 6th.
By now you’ve grown accustomed to the weekend schedule, but the PEGT Tour finale is unlike any GT tournament you’ve ever been to.
Well, unless you made the trip in 2011.
On that Thursday, December 6th the weekend will kick off with a Closest to the Pin contest for those that come in a day early. The following day, an afternoon doubles tournament will begin at 12:30 PM and then a handicap tournament will start at 7:30 that night.
Oh, we’re just getting started.
The Dallas Holiday Classic will begin at noon on Saturday with a five-course qualifier. Any and everyone are encouraged to play, and entry into this event is $100. The top thirty-two players to register the best combined score will advance to the gold bracket.
Match play will then begin later on Saturday and on Sunday, the Dallas Holiday Classic champion will be crowned. Typically this would be the end of the tournament weekend, but that is not the case.
The Player of the Year Tournament will begin shortly after the Classic is complete, and the thirty-two players who have racked up the most PEGT Tour Points throughout the six events in 2012 will have one more tournament before the calendars turn.
The winner of that event will walk home with a solid top prize, and the coveted Player of the Year honors.
If you’re planning on attending but likely won’t be in the top 32, no worries. You can watch some of the game’s best duke it out or participate in a $25 tournament that will begin early on Sunday evening.
Power Events has truly thought of everything.
If you’ve never attended a Golden Tee tournament before, this is the one you’ll want to be at. Whether you’re looking for a piece of the prize pools, anxious to pick up some tips on the new courses, or simply looking for a getaway before the holiday madness ensues—this weekend has you covered.
We hope to see you all there!