The National Golden Tee Tour is going from the warmth of Florida to the coolness of Wisconsin. From March 5th - 8th in Sussex, Wisconsin, the second stop on the National Golden Tee Tour will touchdown at the Sussex Bowl! This will be the ninth year a Golden Tee tournament has been at the Sussex Bowl. This venue knows how to host a Golden Tee tournament by adding $11,000 to the pot and with a spacious area for a whole weekend of Golden Tee!
Have you signed up yet to compete at the Wisconsin Bowl? Sign up here! Can't be at the Wisconsin Open, we've got you covered! Live stream all of the action on our YouTube, Facebook, Twitch, and Mixer pages. We will have multiple games simultaneously streamed with great and in-depth commentary! This is an amazing way to learn from the pros about certain shots, strategy, and more. Take advantage of this by asking them questions during the live streams!
There are almost 100 players already registered for the Wisconsin Open including Andy Fox, Burak Temel, Evan Gossett, Marc The Mouth Muklewicz, and reigning Florida Open champ Chris Brewer! Those are just a few of the standout players that will be gunning for 1st place in the Main bracket. We may not see a repeat winner since Paul Luna currently isn't signed up, but there's still time! Don't forget that the Purple Bracket winner will also receive a pass to the 2020 Golden Tee World Championship in Las Vegas!
The Wisconsin Open will run just like the majority of the other National Golden Tee Tournaments. On Thursday starting at 7:30PM we will have the Closest To The Pin (CTTP) and Money Shot tournaments. Each one costs $10 to enter and are double elimination. Friday will get us into 18 hole play with the Handicap Tournament starting at 7:30PM with a $25 entry fee.
Saturday is always the longest day with the player auction beginning at 11AM with the 5-course qualifier starting immediately after! This will determine who will play in the Main, Purple, and Pink brackets. After the qualifier finishes, we begin with the Doubles Tournament. There will be a blind draw of teams based on your handicap. This is great for new players with low handicaps to play with higher skilled players and hopefully learn a thing or two!
On Sunday, the venue is usually at it's quietest because everyone is concentrating on making a deep bracket run! Purple and Pink bracket play begins at 11AM sharp with Main bracket beginning at 12PM. We will crown a Main, Purple, and Pink bracket winner Sunday night!
To recap, there will be a ton of Golden Tee bangers at the Wisconsin Open. Sussex Bowl has added $11,000 to the pot. The entire tournament will be live-streamed on our social media. You can sign up here. We hope to see you there in person or have you tuned in to our live stream!