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The Senior Amateur Tour

demoThe Senior Amateur Golf Tour is open to players of all skill levels. Members of the Tour must of a minimum age of 50 during the calendar year of 2018. The Tour has four separate flights to keep competition fair. You may join anytime during the year for a membership fee which includes Tour merchandise and allows members to play in all local Tour events as well as any SAGT event nationally.

Nov. 21, 2017

Be A Champion on the Senior Amateur Tour!

Flight leaders from each local tour will be invited to compete against the top tour members across the country at the 36-hole National Championship in Hilton Head, SC.

The 2018 Senior Amateur Tour Championship will be held Oct. 24-25 with a flighted skins game on October 23.

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HURRICANE UPDATE: HILTON HEAD ISLAND WAS SPARED FROM THE DEVESTATION OF HURRICANE FLORENCE. WE RECEIVED NO RAIN, WIND OR FLOODING! ALL COURSES ARE OPEN AND READY FOR THE 2018 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP!

The 2018 Senior Amateur Tour Championship will be held Oct. 24-25 with a flighted skins game on October 23.

Registration is now open

 

 

 

On June 23, the Chicago Senior Amateur Tour hosted their first major of the season at Stonewall Orchard.  The week leading up to the event was filled with heavy storms and rain, but the players were greeted to a great day of golf at a great club.  Halfway through the season, the Chicago Cup races are super tight, it should be a great finish to the season!


In the A flight, Dave Augle is 3 for 3 this season, as he notched another victory in the 2018 season.  Augle shot 79 to squeeze out the victory by 1 shot over Rick Hansen.  Scott Cluff edged out Jeff Kornstein and Joe Natola for 3rd place on the scorecard playoff as they all shot 81, 2 shots back.

In the B flight, the day belonged to Steve Slaughter.  For Slaughter everything went his way after he carded a consistent 38-38-76 to cruise to a 6 shot victory.  The B flight played the 6000 yard tees at Stonewall Orchard and Reggie LivingstonRobert Herberger and Tom Lisenmeyer all shot 82.  Livingston took 2nd on the scorecard playoff and Herberger took 3rd.

In the C Flight, for the second straight tournament, 18 holes was not enough to determine a champion.  This time, 3 players found themselves in a tie. Tim FyfeLloyd Sigman, and Brian Fox all shot matching 87s to head back to the first tee.  Bill Stuhr narrowly missed the playoff finishing 1 shot back at 88.  The playoff did not last long, as Fox parred the first hole to take home to hardware.

 

 


                                            

 

 

 
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