Women's Open & Sr Open at Quail Creek Country Club
August 11, 2018
Players will tour at least 18 holes on each course. "This prestigious Championship will give competitors a rare opportunity to play with some of the best professionals and amateurs from around the country, allowing great players from today and tomorrow to compete together on the same turf," says Florida State Golf Association Director of Women's Golf, Jenna Walkiewicz. "We want to encourage golfers to play with the best, learn from the best, and be the best," she says.
In addition, the Women's Open and Senior Open will offer players a rare opportunity to experience the best private club in the area, Quail Creek Country Club, with its two magnificent Arthur Hills courses.
The championship format will consist of 54 holes of stroke-play competition, with the field cut to the low 60 and ties after 36 holes. Each division will have a separate cut line, based on the ratio of Open players to Senior Open players at the start of round one.
For the first time, entrants are not required to be Florida residents.
Contact www.fsga.org for more information.