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A major element of the American Amateur Golf Tour is the event schedule. In each region we strive to host the Tour events at the finest courses, both public and private, the area has to offer. The Tour will host over 500 events in 55 cities in 2005 including 12 Regional Majors (36-hole events) and the Tour Championship Week at the end of the year in Orlando, FL.
Championship Week consists of two season-ending events: The Sir Elford Cup and The National Championship. The events will be played at the Palm, Magnolia, Lake Buena Vista and Eagle Pines golf courses.
The Sir Elford Cup is a 54-hole, Ryder Cup-style, team competition over 3 separate match formats. The National Championship is a 72-hole (cut after 54 holes), stroke play event where qualifiers compete amongst 12 flights to see who is the best in the nation.
Events are generally stroke play and follow the guidelines as set forth by the USGA®. Player statistics from each event are tracked and posted to the Tour Website. Tracked stats include Scoring Average, Fairways Hit, Greens in Regulation, Putts Per Round, Driving Distance and more.
In each Tour city, our Directors and their event staff strive to create a highly professional experience, not only for our members, but for the host course as well.
Select a Tour city from the pulldown below to view a specific schedule.