USGA Championships
USGA Qualifying Player Information
US Open Local Qualfier
This correspondence will verify your entry for the U.S. Open Local Qualifying at Muskegon CC on Monday, May 6, 2019.

INFORMATION

GPS AND RANGE FINDERS: Distance measuring devices are not permitted in any USGA Open Championship.

You should arrive at your assigned tee at least ten (10) minutes prior to your scheduled starting time for instructions from the starter.

GROOVE CONDITION OF COMPETITION:
The player’s clubs must conform to the groove and punch mark specifications in the Rules of Golf that are effective from January 1, 2010.

QUALIFIER DATE:
Monday, May 6

CLUB ADDRESS:  2801 Lakeshore Drive, Muskegon, MI 49441

LODGING: Holiday Inn – Downtown Muskegon (231) 722-0100.

PRACTICE ROUND: Please contact the golf shop for rates and availability, (231) 755-1841.  Contestants must call in advance to reserve a tee time and identify themselves as U.S. Open Local Qualifier contestants.

FOOD:  The clubhouse will have food available for purchase.

CADDIES/CARTS: All players are required to walk. Contestants may carry their own bag or bring their own caddie. Caddies must also walk. Carts are not permitted for caddies. USGA policy does not allow spectator carts.

FOR TEE TIMES, SEE THE GAM WEBSITE, WWW.GAM.ORG

PRACTICE RANGE: Complimentary for players on the day of the competition, prior to play only. The driving range will be open one hour before first tee time. 

NON-METAL SPIKE POLICY: It is a condition of the competition that shoes with either traditionally-designed spikes (regardless of composition, i.e., ceramic, plastic, etc.) or, regardless of design, spikes comprised either entirely or partially of metal (if such metal may come in contact with the course) are prohibited during the stipulated round.

PLAYOFF:  In case of ties, there will be a playoff immediately following play for the final spot as well as the order for the two (2) alternate positions

WITHDRAWAL:
If you must withdraw, please contact the USGA at (908) 234-2300 leading up to the tournament. If you have to withdraw the night or weekend before then please contact the GAM at tournamententry@gam.org. In the email please state your name, the event you are withdrawing from, and your reason for withdrawing. Within 24 hours of the start of the tournament, players may also call the GAM Office at 248-478-9242 ext 124 to withdraw from the event. Failure to notify may result in suspension from future USGA and GAM competitions.