It has the potential to be the largest Golden Tee tournament of 2015. Actually, on second thought, it has the potential to be the largest Golden Tee tournament we’ve seen in some time—years, maybe—and you absolutely do not want to miss it.
Power Events’ Missouri Open has grown into one of the tour’s most celebrated stops, and this year will be no different. The event will take place at Redbirds Sports Café in Hazelwood, Missouri on April 23 through April 26.
If you have never attended a Golden Tee tourney before, make this the one.
The event will kick off on Thursday (April 23) with a Closest-to-the-Pin Contest. On Friday, the focus will switch to the handicap contest where every single player in attendance has a chance to win.
That Saturday, the main tournament will begin with a five-course qualifier. Once each player has played all five 2015 courses, the Top 32 will be placed in the main bracket. Everyone else will still be able to compete in matches the following day. Even if you don’t make the cut, you’ll still have a chance to win.
Once match play begins, the tournament will be double elimination. These matches will begin on Sunday, and a Missouri Open champion will be crowned that evening.
Entry into the main event is $100 and there will be a $20 hole-in-one side pot option. Entry into the CTTP contest will be $10, and entry into the handicap contest will be $25.
With more than 120 players signed up for the event, this promises to be quite the weekend. The payouts will be robust, the play excellent and the weekend satisfying as always. Whether you’re attending with your eyes on the top prize or you simply want to watch some of the best players in the world duke it out—maybe learning a shot of two over a beer or two—you should stop by.
Want to sign up? You can do that, too. Although walkups are always welcomed, visit Power Events’ website to secure your spot in the event. You can also get more information on the PEGT Tour and other stops to come here as well.
Join us for could be one of the more historic weekends in the history of the game. We’ll be there for the Missouri Open, and we hope you make the trip. You won’t regret it.