WSGA Parent-Child Championship
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Date: July 21, 2017
Venue: High Cedars Golf Club, Orting, WA
Format: 18-hole Chapman Stroke Play (Gross and Net). Three different sets of tees will be used.
- Men and boys over 12 years old in the Championship Flight will play a longer set of tees (~6,300 yards)
- Men and boys over 12 years old in the 1st Flight will play a shorter set of tees (~5,800 yards)
- Ladies, girls and boys 11 years old and younger will play a separate set of tees (~5,300 yards)
Tee Times: 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. off the #1 and #10 tees.
Eligibility: Open to parent-child teams. Relationship with child must be natural, adopted or stepchild. Partners may have more than one generation between them (i.e. grandfather/granddaughter).
Age Limit: No age limit.
Handicap Limit: Entrants must have an active GHIN number and USGA Handicap Index issued by a WSGA member club not exceeding 36.4 for males, and 40.4 for females, at the time of entry.
*Entrants must be members in good standing of a WSGA member club.
Field Limit: 48 teams (Field fill method: Exempt teams followed by order of entry receipt).
Entry Fee: $160.00 per team
Cart Fee: $30 per team; to be paid during registration
Entry Deadline: July 6, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. (PDT)
Entry Includes: One round of championship play, tee prize, barbecue following play, Kusak crystal for top finishers and a merchandise payout.
- Champions earn an exemption into the 2018 WSGA Parent-Child Championship
- Champions earn an exemption into the 2019-2022 WSGA Parent-Child Championships
|2016||Riverbend Golf Complex||Craig and Cody Roth|
|2015||The Home Course||Jacqueline and Terry Bendrick|
|2014||Gold Mountain Golf Club (Cascade Course)||Roger and Doug Pierce|
|2013||Lake Spanaway Golf Course||Mark and Jason Aspelund|
|2012||Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club||Craig and Cody Roth|
|2011||Riverbend Golf Complex||Ruben and Ravae Canas|
|2010||Ocean Shores Golf Club||Jim and Joey McNelis|
|2009||McCormick Woods Golf Club||Richard and Brandon Cardwell|