Join us on Sunday, December 19th at the Lone Tree Golf Club for 2021 PGC Championship. This event is played at gross and net within flights. Prizes will be awarded to the top three gross and net winners in each flight. There is also an optional gross/net skins game by flight.
ABOUT THE PGC CHAMPIONSHIP:
For those who are ranked among the top 80 at the end of the Superstition Tournament on Saturday, Dec. 4th, 2021, you automatically qualify for the PGC Championship on Sunday, December 19th at Lone Tree where your $20 prize fund AND $20 skins entry will be paid for AND you will have the opportunity to play for additional cash prizes from the remaining points pot ($1,500!).
Non-qualifiers may still sign up and compete in the prize fund and flighted skins game (like a normal tournament), however, they do not qualify for the additional cash prizes from the rolling prize pot. Only the top 80 qualifiers are eligible.
HOW THE PGC CHAMPIONSHIP WORKS:
- On tournament day, all QUALIFIED players will start with zero points
- You automatically earn 10 points by virtue of the prize fund and skins gift
- Earn additional points by placing in the top 5 of your flight (gross or net) and winning skins (gross and net)
- THE TOP 10 POINT FINISHERS* will earn additional cash from the remaining rolling prize pot ($1,500)
- 1st – 22% – $330
- 2nd – 18% – $270
- 3rd – 15% – $225
- 4th – 12% – $180
- 5th – 10% – $150
- 6th – 8% – $120
- 7th – 6% – $90
- 8th – 4% – $60
- 9th – 3% – $45
- 10th – 2% – $30
*TIES FOR TOP 5 SPOTS: If two or more players finish with identical points in the top 5, the dollar values of the players’ positions will be added, then divided by the number of tied players to determine each player’s share. For example, after the Lone Tree Tournament, Player A and Player B tied for third in points. The regular season pot had a $1,000 purse, so third place was worth $180 under the standard formula (18 percent) and fourth place was worth $140 (14 percent). The two positions would be added up to $320, so each player will receive $160.
- We are recommending Cash App (Venmo or Zelle) payments for the prize fund & skins game
- We are limited in carts provided by the course so if you absolutely need a cart, please let me know ASAP. I may or may not be able to accommodate your request. If I do not receive a request, you will be sharing a cart by default.
- Walking is also an option (please let us know if you do decide to walk)
The Premier Golf Club is an excellent opportunity for avid golfers to play competitive golf on a regular basis while enjoying the camaraderie associated with being a Premier Golf Club member.
***ALL ELIGIBLE PLAYERS WILL BE USING THEIR PREMIER GOLF TOURNAMENT INDEX INSTEAD OF GHIN. VIEW TOURNAMENT INDEX FAQ***. If you are playing for the first time in our tournament with an existing GHIN index outside of Premier Golf Club or with another USGA handicapping service, you will receive 80% of your handicap index until you fulfill your 3 round requirement to establish an official PGC tournament index.
If you don’t have a handicap, don’t worry! You can play for fun! However, a verifiable USGA golf handicap is required if you are participating in the prize fund ($20 per person). An optional flighted skins game ($20) will also be available on the day of the event.
Address: 6262 S Mountain Blvd, Chandler, AZ 85249
Phone: (480) 219-0831
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WHY PARTICIPATE IN THE PHOENIX PREMIER GOLF CLUB TOURNAMENT SERIES
- Our golf tournament fees are very affordable – Ranging between $65 – $85 per tournament* (prices vary during the season).
- Our events are very well organized – From registration to scoring, our club platform allows us to manage our golf tournaments efficiently and effectively.
- We have flights for all skill levels – We have up to 5 flights – Ranging from 0 – 36 handicaps.
- We “Shotgun” every event – This allows everyone to start together and end together! No individual tee times!
- We have a MAXIMUM STROKE COUNT RULE – To ensure everyone maintains the pace of play (and their stress level) the most you can record is double par.
For more questions, comments or information, please email Eric Manmano or call 602-318-8233.