The oldest event on the Michelob ULTRA Golf Tour, the Sir Elford Cup is the event that proves which US city has the best Tour players from top to bottom.

The 2004 Sir Elford Cup kicks off Championship Week in Palm Springs, CA, September 27 - 28 with an estimated 20 12-person teams competing in a 54-hole, Ryder Cup-style format (4-ball, individual match play).

The host courses for this exciting event are not only two of the finest in the Palm Springs area, but the entire US as well. Teams will be battling it out for the Trophy at both PGA WEST (Stadium Course) and Trilogy Golf Club at LaQuinta.

This is sure to be the most hotly contested competition in the Tour's history. Defending champion Palm Springs will definitely have their work cut out for them.

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This year's National Championship will comprise the largest field in the Tour's history. An estimated 400 golfers will be competing over 4 days to see who, in each flight, is the NATIONAL CHAMPION.

Following the Sir Elford Cup competition, from September 30th through October 3rd, players will compete in a 72-hole, stroke play event with a cut after 54 holes. National Champions will be crowned in all six flights as well as Senior flights.

Two of the finest courses in the US will host this year's event. Beautiful and challenging Mission Hills (Player Course) and Landmark Golf Club (North Course), which was home to the PGA Tour's Skins game from 1998 - 2002.

An added benefit to attending this year's Championship will be the Pro-Am Giveaway. The Michelob ULTRA Golf Tour will be presenting one lucky event participant a spot to play in the PGA TOUR's 2004 Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta.

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