PKB Girls Golf Tour

the PKBGT INVITATIONAL @ Bermuda Run Country Club

Registration
November 7-9, 2020 - the PKBGT INVITATIONAL @ Bermuda Run Country Club
Category: Championship
Tournament Courses: Bermuda Run Golf Club (Bermuda Run, NC)
Registration Deadline: Monday, October 12 at Midnight
  • Eligibility:
  • Girls 12-19
Members Non-Members
$279.00 $279.00
Cost: $279.00 (PKBGT Members Only)
Notes: INVITATION ONLY EVENT - CLICK HERE for more details
Entry fee includes up to 4 rounds of golf, lunch each tournament round and player gifts.
Registration Closed
Divisions
Bell National
$279.00
Round #1 11/7/2020
Bermuda Run Golf Club - West
PKBGT Bell - Par 72 - 6104 Yards (143/75.8)
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Handicap 12 8 10 14 16 4 6 18 2 5 3 15 9 11 1 13 17 7
Par 4 4 4 3 4 4 4 3 5 5 5 3 4 4 5 4 3 4
Yardage 358 370 358 174 337 300 375 129 440 511 450 165 373 342 527 347 174 374
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Hcp 12 8 10 14 16 4 6 18 2
Par 4 4 4 3 4 4 4 3 5
Yds 358 370 358 174 337 300 375 129 440
Hole 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Hcp 5 3 15 9 11 1 13 17 7
Par 5 5 3 4 4 5 4 3 4
Yds 511 450 165 373 342 527 347 174 374
Round #2 11/8/2020
Bermuda Run Golf Club - East
PKBGT Bell - Par 72 - 6200 Yards (137/76.0)
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Handicap 15 1 17 7 3 5 9 13 11 8 16 18 14 2 4 10 6 12
Par 4 4 3 5 4 5 4 3 4 5 4 3 4 4 4 3 5 4
Yardage 353 385 161 494 383 492 305 140 358 522 373 145 360 358 375 157 499 340
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Hcp 15 1 17 7 3 5 9 13 11
Par 4 4 3 5 4 5 4 3 4
Yds 353 385 161 494 383 492 305 140 358
Hole 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Hcp 8 16 18 14 2 4 10 6 12
Par 5 4 3 4 4 4 3 5 4
Yds 522 373 145 360 358 375 157 499 340
Round #3 11/9/2020
Bermuda Run Golf Club - East
PKBGT Bell - Par 72 - 6200 Yards (137/76.0)
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Handicap 15 1 17 7 3 5 9 13 11 8 16 18 14 2 4 10 6 12
Par 4 4 3 5 4 5 4 3 4 5 4 3 4 4 4 3 5 4
Yardage 353 385 161 494 383 492 305 140 358 522 373 145 360 358 375 157 499 340
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Hcp 15 1 17 7 3 5 9 13 11
Par 4 4 3 5 4 5 4 3 4
Yds 353 385 161 494 383 492 305 140 358
Hole 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Hcp 8 16 18 14 2 4 10 6 12
Par 5 4 3 4 4 4 3 5 4
Yds 522 373 145 360 358 375 157 499 340
Participants
Bell National (59)
Grace Addison Abingdon, VA Class of 2023
Adrian Anderson Murrels Inlet, SC Class of 2022
Heather Appelson Wake Forest, NC Class of 2023
Maria Atwood Holly Springs, NC Class of 2022
Kiera Bartholomew Wake Forest, NC Class of 2023
Maya Beasley Pinehurst, NC Class of 2023
Sarah Boteler Greenville, SC Class of 2021
Sawyer Brockstedt Rehoboth Beach, DE Class of 2025
Macie Burcham Greensboro, NC Class of 2021
Iris Cao Duluth, GA Class of 2022
Autumn Carey Manning, SC Class of 2022
Emma Chen Derwood, MD Class of 2022
Averi Cline Suwanee, GA Class of 2022
Christina Cupelli Fairfax, VA Class of 2021
Leah Edwards Greensboro, NC Class of 2025
Paris Fieldings Suffolk, VA Class of 2023
Abby Franks Roebuck, SC Class of 2023
Kathryn Ha Roanoke, VA Class of 2025
Sydney Hackett Ashburn, VA Class of 2022
Bridget Hoang Lawrenceville, GA Class of 2021
Grace Holcomb Wilmington, NC Class of 2021
Anna Howerton Winston Salem, NC Class of 2023
Vivian Hui Charlottesville, VA Class of 2023
Thienna Huynh Lilburn, GA Class of 2022
Sara Im Duluth, GA Class of 2023
Allie Kantor Milton, GA Class of 2021
Morgan Ketchum Winston-Salem, NC Class of 2022
Alexsandra Lapple Pinehurst, NC Class of 2023
Sophie Lauture Charlotte, NC Class of 2024
Halynn Lee Cary, NC Class of 2021
Elizabeth Lohbauer Huntersville, NC Class of 2021
Katherine Lu Plainsboro, NJ Class of 2021
Ava Lucas Raleigh, NC Class of 2021
Hannah Lydic Ocean View, DE Class of 2022
Sarah Lydic Ocean View, DE Class of 2024
Amber Mackiewicz Virginia Beach , VA Class of 2023
Emily Mathews Mebane, NC Class of 2023
Megan Meng Pennington, NJ Class of 2024
Layla Meric Wesley Chapel, NC Class of 2021
Madison Messimer Myrtle Beach, SC Class of 2025
Nicole Nash Charlotte, NC Class of 2023
Josephine Nguyen Springfield, VA Class of 2024
Macy Pate Winston Salem, NC Class of 2024
Ella Perna Durham, NC Class of 2022
Regina Plascencia Celis Bluffton, SC Class of 2022
Grace Ridenour Cary, NC Class of 2025
Elizabeth Rudisill Charlotte, NC Class of 2025
Sophia Sarrazin Westport, CT Class of 2023
Mia Sessa Augusta, GA Class of 2022
Alexia Siehl Fort Mill, SC Class of 2022
Kinsley Smith Raleigh, NC Class of 2024
Gracie Song Waxhaw, NC Class of 2026
Reagan Southerland Atlanta, GA Class of 2023
Elizabeth Tucci New Market, MD Class of 2022
Melanie Walker Burke, VA Class of 2022
Tatum Walsh Midlothian, VA Class of 2021
Sydney Yermish Wynnewood, PA Class of 2023
Ellen Yu Greensboro, NC Class of 2026
Shoshana Zuck Derwood, MD Class of 2022
Information
PKBGT Covid Player & Spectator Protocols

The Peggy Kirk Bell Girls Golf Tour has adopted the following protocols to better serve and protect our players, families, and staff. Along with our association partners, as we begin reopening from the COVID-19 pandemic, we hope that you understand the significance of these measures in allowing us to operate golf tournaments and will adhere to the following protocols in order to keep our tournaments safe for players, volunteers, host club staffs and families.  We ask that all players and spectators review these protocols by clicking here before attending a PKBGT event. Additionally, PKBGT staff and officials will be following enhanced health screening and infrastructure cleaning protocols.

Plan For Your Tournament

PRACTICE ROUNDS: Practice rounds will be available in advance of the tournament, including an official practice round on the East Course on Friday, November 6th. Request your practice round time for Friday, October 6th here.  More details will be sent directly to participants including access to both the East & West courses.

SPECTATOR CARTS: The course offers spectator carts at $21 on a first come, first serve basis. Spectator carts must stay on the carts paths at all time.

MEALS PROVIDED: As part of the event, a boxed lunch will be provided for the players at the turn of all tournament rounds.  In addition, a Welcome Dinner will be held Friday night at the Bermuda Run Country Club Clubhouse.  Two tickets to welcome dinner included in entry fee.

Accommodations & Travel

ACCOMMODATIONS:  Hampton Inn Bermuda Run: 196 NC Highway 801 North, Bermuda Run, NC 27006  

To receive this discounted rate, participants must book their rooms by October 5, 2020. The hotel is located 2.4 miles from Bermuda Run Country Club.  Group rates are as follows: $103.00 per night.  Please book by calling 336-998-3480 and use Group Name "PKB Girls Golf Tournament" or click here to book online.

World Amateur Golf Ranking (WAGR)

BELL: All players will be ranked on the World Amateur Golf Rankings.

PKBGT Performance Index

BELL: All players will be ranked on the PKBGT Performance Index rankings. Results in Bell Series are weighted according to course rating and field strength.

PKBGT Order of Merit

BELL NATIONAL: This event is a 2.5x multiplier for the PKBGT Order of Merit Bell National Series standings

PKBGT Tournament of Champions

BELL: Champion will earn Class A status and the Top 5 finishers will earn Class C status and an invitation to the PKBGT Tournament of Champions

PKBGT Invitational Qualifier

BELL: The Top 10 finishers will earn invitations to the 2021 PKBGT Invitational

Golfweek Junior Golf Rankings

BELL: All Players that finish the maximum amount of holes played will be ranked on the Golfweek Performance Index (Minimum field size: 12)

AJGA Performance Based Entry

BELL: Champion will receive 12 PBE Performance Stars. Runner-up & 3rd place finisher each will receive 8 PBE Performance Stars. 4th & 5th place finishers will receive 4 PBE Performance Stars, and the remaining Top 10 players will receive 1 PBE Performance Star.

Junior Golf Scoreboard

BELL: All multi-day events will be ranked (Minimum field size: 5)

Carolinas Golf Association

BELL: This is a CGA 7 multiplier

** CGA multiplier applies to both the Tarheel Youth Golf Association & South Carolina Junior Golf Association State Rankings

Hard Card

PKBGT RULES OF PLAY

The Rules of Golf as approved by the USGA and The R&A govern play. These Local Rules and Terms of the Competition are in effect at all PKBGT tournament rounds. Complete text of the Rules and Local Rules may be found in the current Official Guide to the Rules of Golf, effective Jan. 2019. 

Unless otherwise noted, the penalty for breach of a Local Rule or Condition is the general penalty

LIST OF CONFORMING DRIVER HEADS – Local Rule as prescribed in Sec. 8 of the Committee Procedures is in effect. Model Local Rule G-1.

ONE BALL RULE & GROOVES AND PUNCH MARK SPECIFICATIONS – These Local Rules are NOT in effect.

LIST OF CONFORMING GOLF BALLS – Local Rule as prescribed in Section 8 of the Committee Procedures is in effect. Model Local Rule G-3.

RESOLVING RULES ISSUES DURING ROUND – Players must not unreasonably delay play when seeking help with the Rules during a round. If the Committee is not available in a reasonable amount of time to help with Rules issue, the player must decide what to do and play on. The player may protect their rights by asking for a ruling in match play (Rule 20.1b (2)) or by playing two balls in stroke play (Rule 20.1c (2)).

OUT OF BOUNDS – Defined by the line between the course-side points, at ground level, of white stakes or fence posts; by white lines on the ground that connect stakes or roads; by the inside edge of paved roads and beyond, even if ball comes to rest on another part of course.

PENALTY AREAS – When a penalty area is defined on only one side, it extends to infinity. When a penalty area is connected to the out of bounds edge, the penalty area extends to and coincides with out of bounds.

GROUND UNDER REPAIR – Defined by white lines. Ground under repair also includes French drains, which are trenches filled with rocks or stones and newly trenched areas, even if not marked as such.

RELIEF FROM SEAMS OF CUT TURF (LIE OF BALL ONLY) – Local Rule as prescribed in Section 8 of the Committee Procedures is in effect. Model Local Rule F-7.

WHITE-LINED AREAS TYING INTO ARTIFICIALLY SURFACED ROADS & PATHS – White-lined areas of ground under repair & the artificially surfaced roads, paths or other identified obstructions that they are connected to are a single abnormal course condition when taking relief under Rule 16.1.

WOOD CHIPS AND MULCH – Are loose impediments.

INTEGRAL OBJECTS – Include cables, rods, wires or wrappings when closely attached to trees, artificial walls and pilings when located in penalty areas and bunkers, unless otherwise denoted.

BALL DEFLECTED BY POWER LINE – If it is known or virtually certain that a player’s ball hit a power line [or tower or a wire or pole supporting a power line during the round, the stroke does not count. The player must play a ball without penalty from where the previous stroke was made (see Rule 14.6 for what to do). Model Local Rule E-11.

TEMPORARY IMMOVABLE OBSTRUCTIONS – Include greenside fans, starting/scoring tents & temporary PKBGT signage. Local Rule as prescribed in Section 8 of the Committee Procedures is in effect. Model Local Rule F-23.

IMMOVABLE OBSTRUCTIONS CLOSE TO PUTTING GREEN (BALL IN GENERAL AREA CUT TO FAIRWAY HEIGHT) – Relief from interference by an immovable obstruction may be taken under Rule 16.1. In addition, if the player’s ball lies off the putting green and in the general area cut to fairway height and an immovable obstruction within two club-lengths of the putting green and within two club-lengths of the ball intervenes on the line of play, the player may take relief under Rule 16.1. Model Local Rule F-5.

RELIEF FROM AERATION HOLES – If a player’s ball lies in or touches an aeration hole: (a) Ball in General Area. The player may take relief under Rule 16.1b (drop ball). If the ball comes to rest in another aeration hole the player may take relief again under this Local Rule. (b) Ball on Putting Green. The player may take relief under Rule 16.1d (place ball). But interference does not exist if the aeration hole only interferes with the player’s stance or, on the putting green, on the player’s line of play. Model Local Rule E-4. 

SPECTATOR ADVICE – Under no circumstances are spectators able to give advice or a player ask a spectator for advice. In addition, any conversation between player/spectator may be construed as advice. This includes any conversation between player/spectator in a language other than English. Players are responsible for the actions of their relatives and spectators in regards to this rule. In either instance, penalty for breach of this rule is two strokes, at the discretion of the rules official(s).

SPECTATORS - Spectators must remain on cart paths or in the rough, and approximately 15 yards from the players, except when helping to search for a ball. There may be no communication between players and spectators that could be deemed advice of any nature for the duration of the 18 holes. Please be aware of other groups and their positions. Spectators are encouraged to forecaddie.

TIME OF STARTING – A player is responsible for being at the assigned tee promptly to begin play on time. A player should arrive at the assigned tee prior to the player’s starting time in order to receive all information. Players will not be called to assigned tees. See Rule 5.3a.

STOPPING AND RESUMING PLAY – Local Rule as prescribed in Section 8 of the Committee Procedures is in effect. Model Local Rule J-1. A suspension of play for a dangerous situation will be signaled by one prolonged note of a siren or horn. All players will be notified of suspension verbally and must stop play immediately. All other suspensions will be signaled by 3 consecutive notes of a siren or horn. In either case, resumption of play will be signaled by 2 short notes of a siren or horn (unless otherwise indicated). See Rule 5.7b. Note: All practice areas are closed during a suspension for a dangerous situation until the Committee has declared them open. Players who practice will be asked to stop practicing; failure to stop practicing might result in disqualification.

TRANSPORTATION - Players shall walk at all times during a stipulated round. UNLESS shuttles are provided by tour officials or volunteers in designated shuttle areas noted in the Notice to Competitors. Players are prohibited from sitting in or riding in a cart driven by a family member and/or coach during the round played. Players are prohibited to ride other than these shuttle areas. This rule is waived in the event of inclement weather/emergency situation where player safety is in question.

CADDIES – All non-Discovery players are prohibited from using a caddie during a stipulated round unless otherwise stated in the Notice to Competitors.

SCORECARDS – In the event that a defined, roped scoring area exist, a scorecard is deemed returned to the Committee when the competitor leaves the scoring area. In the absence of such area, a scorecard is deemed returned to the Committee when the score is posted on the official scoreboard. No alteration may be made on a scorecard by a competitor after it is returned to the Committee. Competitors are encouraged to remain in the scoreboard area until their scores are posted.

HOW TO DECIDE TIES - In the event of a tie for first place, there will be a hole-by-hole sudden death playoff starting at a hole determined by the Committee. For all other ties, a scorecard tie-breaking system will be used. In multi-day events, the tiebreaker will be the lowest score of the most recent round, and then if necessary, the lowest score of the next previous round, etc. In the event there is still a tie, the tie will then be broken by the scores of the most recent round starting on the 18th hole and working backwards to determine trophy positions. In one-day events, all other ties will be determined by a scorecard play-off starting on the 18th hole and working backwards to determine trophy positions. For ties in both one-day and multi-day events, tour points will be equally distributed among tied players.

CLOSE OF COMPETITION- The competition is deemed to have closed when the trophy has been presented to the winner or, in the absence of a prize ceremony, when the Committee has approved all scores.

LIVE SCORING - Players are required to provide their scorecard to a scoring checkpoint station when asked.

Local Rules

Local Rules & Conditions of Competition

PKBGT Invitational @ Bermuda Run CC

Play is governed by the 2019 USGA Rules of Golf except as amended by the PKBGT Rules of Play and the following Local Rules shown below. Disregard local rules printed on the club score card.

DOUBT TO PROCEDURE: Only members of the Rules Committee are authorized to render a Rules Decision. If in doubt as to the correct procedure, and a member of the Rules Committee is not present, play a second ball under Rule 20.1c (3) and report the facts to the Committee even if the scores are the same with both balls. The player MUST, before proceeding, announce which ball she intends to use for score. Failure to do so shall result in the first ball played to be scored or possible disqualification.

RULES HOTLINE: Call (336) 347-8537.  If a group is waiting for a ruling, and the hole in front of that group is open, wave the following group to play through.

TEE MARKERS: All players will play the black PKBGT Bell yardage markers.

RULES COMMITTEE: Mike Parker (PKBGT OIC), Mike Gibbons (PKBGT), Erika Hallmark (PKBGT), Killian Casson (PKBGT), Donnelly Wolf (PKBGT), Ben Payne (Rules Official), Bob Cornish (Rules Official), Eric Eshleman (Rules Official), Mary Thomas (Host Director of Golf).

** Volunteer spotters on the golf course ARE NOT part of the Rules Committee. If you need a ruling, call the rules hotline at 336-347-5837

 

COVID-19 PLAYER PROTOCOLS

MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCING: Everyone must continue proper social distancing procedures, maintaining a minimum of six feet apart at all times. This includes your entire time at host facility: parking lot, putting green, practice area, on the golf course, in the scoring area, restrooms, clubhouse, and golf shop.

BUNKERS: If tournaments are played without bunker rakes, in all bunkers a player may: Mark the location of the ball, lift the ball, smooth the area, and place it within club length of the original spot, no closer to the hole. The ball must remain in the bunker. They player MAY smooth the sand with anything EXCEPT a golfclub. Please smooth the sand with your feet after your shot as you leave the bunker.

FLAGSTICK MUST REMAIN IN THE HOLE: Under the Rules of Golf, players are permitted to leave the flagstick in the hole while putting. At this time, all players MUST leave the flagstick in the hole. A player removing a flag or playing a stroke to a flagless hole will be subject to the General Penalty.

HOLING OUT: All players must hole out. A ball must come to rest in the cup with any part of the ball below the hole.

SUSPENSION OF PLAY: In the event play is suspended, you are directed to evacuate to your car in the parking lot. Updates will be posted on the tournament page and emailed about resumption of play.

 

NOTICE TO COMPETITORS WEST COURSE

PLAYERS MAY LIFT, CLEAN & PLACE THE BALL ONE CLUB LENGTH IN CLOSELY-MOWN AREAS ON THE HOLE PLAYED. Having lifted the ball, she must place it on a spot within one club length of and not nearer the hole than where it originally lay, that is not in a penalty area and not on a putting green. A player may place her ball only once.

WALL BOUNDARY: On Holes #3, 4 & 5, the boundary of the penalty area is defined by the edge of the wall.

DROP ZONES: Hole #6 (edge of fairway)

OUT OF BOUNDS: is defined by the inside edge of white stakes; by white lines tying into white stakes; fences tying into white stakes; and by the inside edge of all roads. A ball which comes to rest on or across a road defined as out of bounds is out of bounds even though it may lie on another part of the course.

DESIGNATED SHUTTLE AREAS:  These are the only areas where a player may be in a golf cart during the round played unless shuttled by a tournament official. A shuttle will be provided from #9 to #10 and from #18 to #1. Players must wear mask in designated shuttle areas to receive a ride.

 

NOTICE TO COMPETITORS EAST COURSE

PLAY THE BALL AS IT LIES

PLAY READY GOLF: Ready golf means that ALL golfers should go to their balls as soon as possible and get READY to play their shots. While waiting to hit, players should SURVEY their shot, SELECT their clubs, TAKE them from their bags, and STAND at their balls READY to step up and make the shot when it is their turn. That’s Ready Golf.

OUT OF BOUNDS: is defined by the inside edge of white stakes; by white lines tying into white stakes; fences tying into white stakes; and by the inside edge of all roads. A ball which comes to rest on or across a road defined as out of bounds is out of bounds even though it may lie on another part of the course.

PENALTY AREA BULKHEADS: The penalty area on Hole #16 is defined by the water side edge of the bulkhead by the bunker (where there is no painted line).

DROP ZONES: There are no drop zones available. Players should ignore any lines that are present.

DESIGNATED SHUTTLE AREAS:  These are the only areas where a player may be in a golf cart during the round played unless shuttled by a tournament official. A shuttle will be provided from #9 to #10. Players must wear mask.

 

Schedule
Monday, Sep 28 - 11:59 PM
At-Large Applications Due

This is the last day to submit At-Large applications for the Invitational.  Submit your name for consideration by registering here.

Thursday, Oct 01 - 11:59 PM
Exempt Player Registration Deadline

Last day to register online for pre-qualified players for the Invitational to guarantee your spot.

Friday, Oct 02 - 2:00 PM
At-Large Selections Announced

We will announce the initial selections from the at-large pool at this time.  Total number of At-Large exemptions TBD.  Additional at-large players may be added at later times based on field availability.  There are no guarantees of the availability of at-large selections.

Monday, Oct 12 - 11:59 PM
Registration Deadline

Last day to register online for invited players for the Invitational to guarantee your spot.

Players must withdraw no later than the official closing date to receive a refund. All withdrawals and transfers are subject to a $25 administrative fee.

Friday, Oct 30 - 3:00 PM
Round 1 Pairings Released

Round 1 tee times will be emailed to all participants and their families.

Please note, participants withdrawing after tee times have been released will not receive a credit.  Only in extreme circumstances will a credit be granted, at the discretion of the Tour Director.

Friday, Nov 06 - 9:00 AM
Practice Round

The Friday practice round is included in your entry fee. There will be tee times available in the morning and afternoon on the East Course at Bermuda Run.  Additional times will be available on the West Course in the afternoon.  Tee times will be available every 10 minutes.

Players must book their Friday tee times directly with the PKBGT through the link emailed to you starting Wednesday, October 21st at 10:00 AM.  DO NOT BOOK practice rounds for Friday through the golf course.  Only call the golf course for practice rounds prior to Friday, November 6th.

Location: Bermuda Run Country Club (East)
Friday, Nov 06 - 7:00 PM - 7:45 PM
RecruitPKB Virtual College Coaches Seminar
Tune in on Friday, November 6th for a moderated Question and Answer with UNC Charlotte Head Women's Golf Coach Holly Clark. The moderator for this event will be RecruitPKB Consultant Brandi Jackson.
 
To join the Zoom Call with Coach Holly Clark, enter 2020 as the passcode.
Location: PKBGT Zoom
Reservations: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6928455358?pwd=OEhxWGdrV1pjcjBzK3BKZEEyQ0dWZz09
Saturday, Nov 07 - 9:30 AM
Round 1 Tournament Play

Round 1 will begins on the WEST Course, weather permitting.

Location: Bermuda Run Country Club (West)
Saturday, Nov 07 - 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Inspire. Dream. Achieve Virtual Banquet

 

** THIS EVENT IS TO BE DETERMINED BASED ON HEALTH GUIDELINES AT THE TIME OF THE EVENT **

All proceeds from the event will benefit the PKBGT Let's Play Campaign ;to help support the growth of "girls' only" tournaments in the US. All PKBGT Invitational participants and one guest are free of charge; additional tickets are available for $30. Tickets may be purchased online by clicking here.

 

Location: PKBGT Webinar
Reservations: https://event.webinarjam.com/channel/inspiredreamachieve
Sunday, Nov 08 - 9:30 AM
Round 2 Tournament Play

Round 2 will begin on the EAST Course, weather permitting.

Location: Bermuda Run Country Club (East)
Sunday, Nov 08 - 4:00 PM
Field Reduction

Following round 2, the field size will be reduced to the top-50% and ties based on the # of players who tee off during Round 1.

Monday, Nov 09 - 9:00 AM
Final Round Tournament Play

Final Round tee times begin on the EAST Course, weather permitting.

Location: Bermuda Run Country Club (East)
Monday, Nov 09 - 3:00 PM
Awards Ceremony

Awards for the top-six finishers will occur after play concludes.

Courses
Bermuda Run Golf Club - East
324 Bermuda Run Drive
Bermuda Run, NC   27006
+1 (336) 998-8155
Bermuda Run Golf Club - West
324 Bermuda Run Drive
Bermuda Run, NC   27006
+1 (336) 998-8155

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