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GAM Championships :: Men's Championships : Michigan Amateur
104th Michigan Amateur Championship   6/22/2015 - 6/26/2015
Plum Hollow Country Club
www.plumhollowcc.com
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Deadline:4/29/2015 5:00:00 PM
Fee:$140.00
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Southfield’s Plum Hollow Country Club will play host to the 104th Michigan Amateur for the first time when the state’s most prestigious amateur championship heads to this historic venue June 22-26. Plum Hollow hosted the 1947 PGA Championship and the 1957 Western Open, and in recent years has been the venue for multiple GAM and USGA competitions. For competitors not exempt, sectional qualifying for the 104th Michigan Amateur will be contested at 14 sites from May 7 – June 6. There will also be a Second Chance Qualifier held at Owosso Country Club on June 10.

 

The Michigan Amateur begins with two rounds of stroke play, over a two-day period. At the completion of stroke play, the field is cut to the low 64 for the first round of match play. Match play continues for three days and six rounds until a champion emerges on the final afternoon of the tournament. As with all GAM tournaments, spectators are welcome and admission is free.

 

CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

 

Monday, June 22 - First round, 18 holes stroke play

 

Tuesday, June 23 - Second round, 18 holes stroke play.  A tie for the final spot in match play shall be decided immediately after completion of the second round by a hole-by-hole playoff.

 

Wednesday, June 24         

AM - Round of 64, 18 holes

PM - Round of 32, 18 holes

 

Thursday, June 25  

AM - Round of 16, 18 holes

PM - Quarterfinals, 18 holes

           

Friday, June 26       

AM - Semifinals, 18 holes

PM - Finals, 18 holes

 
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