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The 2016 Columbia City Championship

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2016 Columbia City Championship, Senior Championship, Super Senior Championship

 

The Columbia City Championship will be contested in a few short weeks August 12-14. I would like to invite you to support the Columbia Golf Foundation and this historic championship.  The event will have a separate championship division, senior division and super senior division.  Entry fees are very affordable and the competition and quality of the event is unmatched in Columbia.  We hope to see you holding the trophy on Sunday!

Golf Courses: Al Gustin Golf Course, LA Nickell Golf Course, and The Club at Old Hawthorne in Columbia, MO.

Eligibility: Participants must be a resident of one of the following counties: Audrain, Boone, Cole, Callaway, Camden, Cooper, Howard, Miller, Moniteau, Osage, or Randolph. Entries are subject to rejection at any time including during the Championship. The reason for rejection may include unbecoming conduct. Entries limited to 144 participants.

Championship Division entries are open to amateur golfers wishing to compete in a 54-hole stroke play tournament with a cut after 36 holes. $125 Entry Fee – High School Player $50 Entry Fee

Senior Division is open to amateur golfers age 50 and over as of August 12, 2016 wishing to compete in a 54-hole stroke play tournament with a cut after 36 holes. $125 Entry Fee

Super Senior Division is open to amateur golfers are age 65 and over as of August 12, 2016, wishing to compete in a 54-hole stroke play tournament with a cut after 36 holes. $125 Entry Fee

Sign up at: http://columbiagolffoundation.org/2016-city-championship/ 

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