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2019 SEASON OPENS MARCH 2 AT BLACK BEAR
Posted: 2/7/2019 10:29:23 PM

2019 SEASON OPENS AT BLACK BEAR ON MARCH 2

FLORIDA REGIONAL @ INNISBROOK FIRST OF 3 MAJORS IN 2019

The Golfweek Amateur Tour / Orlando will open its 2018 season on March 2 at Black Bear GC in Eustis. Fifteen tournaments are scheduled on some of the finest courses in central Florida. “Last year we played a terrific schedule; this year our lineup is every bit as good” said Tom Mirus, Tour director. “We will be taking the tour to some new courses this year including six courses we did not play in 2018. We are excited about the coming season.   Our three majors are on courses we did not play last year--the Florida Regional @ Innisbrook, the Bob Mirus Memorial @ Grand Cypress Resort, and the Players Championship @ PGA Golf Club (Port St. Lucie).

We will again qualify fifty players (10 from each of the five flights) for the Golfweek Amateur Tour Championship in October being held in Hilton Head, SC. The players that made the trip last year loved it. I am sure competition for the invitations will be strong again this year. And, our players compete for nearly $50,000 in prizes each year.”

The Golfweek Amateur Tour / Orlando is the first Florida affiliate of the Golfweek Amateur Tour. There are local tours operating in over 40 markets with nationwide membership exceeding 5000.

Players are put into flights by handicap/handicap index. Players without indexes may submit recent scorecards to be assigned to a flight, subject to change based on tournament performance. All prizes in all flights are based on gross scores. Entry fees start as low as $75 and include course costs, range balls and prizes.


GET ON OUR MAILING LIST! The Golfweek Amateur Tour remains the “tour of choice” for central Florida amateurs. Entry fees start as low as $75 and include course costs, range balls, and prizes. Player cards for this year are $120. REGISTRATION is available for $120.  CLICK HERE to join now.  For more information contact Tour Director, Tom Mirus, at (407) 348-5650 or email tmirus@aol.com.

If you are not yet on our mailing list but want to receive the latest application/brochure, you may contact us by email through this site and provide your mailing address; or you can simply Register Online above.

Players are flighted by handicap/handicap-index. Players without indexes may submit recent scorecards to be assigned to a flight, subject to change based on tournament performance. All prizes in all flights are based on gross scores and are awarded on the day of the event. The Golfweek Amateur Tour is the best place for central Florida amateurs seeking tournament competition on a continuing basis. It is a terrific opportunity to meet golfers and make new friendships.

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