ENTRY DEADLINE, ENTRY FEES, AND GREENS FEES
Entry forms must be postmarked by Friday, June 17, 2022 or competed online by that date. An entry fee of $45 must accompany the entry form. The entry fee includes the greens fee. Late or incomplete entries are not acceptable. Entries by telephone or FAX are not acceptable.
Open to all amateur players of any ability with or without a USGA Handicap Index®. Contestants must be 18 years of age or younger on September 1, 2022. The USGA’s definition of an amateur golfer is the standard of the Twin Cities Championship. All entries are subject to approval or rejection at any time by the Tournament Committee.
The Twin Cities Championship is a competitive golf tournament for players of all abilities that raises money for our selected charity, the Fairway Foundation. This organization, created by 3M Championship , the Minnesota Golf Association, and the Minnesota Section of the PGA, introduces inner city youth to golf and the benefits that come with the game.
CARTS AND CADDIES
Carrying your bag is permissible as is using a pull cart. Caddies are permitted. Motorized carts are not permitted.
For both boys and girls, there will be three age divisions: 12 and under, 13-15, and 16-18. In the 13-15 and 16-18 Divisions, the competition will be an 18-hole stroke play. In the 12 and under division the competition will be 9-hole stroke play. Ties for first place in the 12 and under and 13-15 age groups will be determined by a scorecard playoff. Ties for first place in the 16-18 Division will be played off immediately, hole by hole, until a champion is determined. For all scorecard playoffs, the Tournament Committee will follow the USGA recommendation of matching scorecards (i.e., final nine, final six, final three, 18th hole, by lot).
MGA JUNIOR PLAYER POINTS AWARDED
The top three finishers in each of the 16-18 Age divisions will receive MGA Player Points.
1st -25 points, 2nd -15 points, 3rd-5 points
Last Year's Results
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Founded in 1901 with only seven golf clubs, the Minnesota Golf Association’s membership has grown to 400 courses and nearly 83,000 individual members throughout the state. Our mission is to uphold and promote the game of golf and its values for all golfers in Minnesota.