Amateur golf competitions

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Dan Hulsey, College of Golf graduate and US Army Veteran, talks about his experience at the Keiser University College of Golf and how it helped him make a transition into a new career in the golf industry. Our mission is to educate the future leaders of golf by providing a well-rounded golf education. We are here to help you realize your dreams. Want more? We are not a typical golf academy! At the College of Golf, we are here to help you succeed by providing the professional and academic foundation that will allow you to meet your career goals and objectives.

Find & Enter Amateur Open Golf Competitions

Major Amateur Golf Tournaments in the United States

Golf Empire provides details about all these tournaments along with either an entry-form or a link to online tee-time booking. We also have more than golf course reviews. Open competitions are a great way for amateur golfers to play new courses and an excellent opportunity to experience competitive golf at different venues. Our advanced search allows golfers to filter all the open golf tournaments on our website by many categories. These competitions provide something slightly different to a normal open event, often with a season-long order of merits culminating in a grand final.

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