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Participation

The FPGTour welcomes male and female professionals. No special divisions are offered, therefore all players compete for the main purse and participate from the same tees. The only exception being a separate senior division currently offered at select events.

Amateurs are also welcome, provided they have a USGA Handicap of 5 or less.

FPGTour does not offer a separate amateur division at any of it’s events, so amateurs will be competing with the professionals. The USGA allows amateurs a maximum of $1,000 in winnings, which will be awarded in the form of a check.

Entry Payment

FPGTour accepts cash and credit cards (A non-refundable 3.5% convenience fee will be added to ALL credit card transactions). Personal checks are an accepted form of payment for FPGTour members only. (We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause)

Players may pay in advance through BlueGolf or by contacting the office. Any player wishing to pay the day of the event must still secure their entry by placing a credit card on file with the tour. The credit card will be charged the cost of entry in the event of a no show. In addition, players wishing to pay at the event must pay in full prior to teeing off for the 1st round by visiting the registration table or the card on file will be charge the entire entry plus any applicable fees.

 

Entry Fees

Please see BlueGolf for the current season’s event entry fees. Prices vary between the 3 different types of events we offer :

2 days, 3 day Premier events, and The Ocala Open.

Any entries made after the deadline (7days prior to the start of an event at 7pm) will be charged an additional $25 Late Entry Fee.

Side Games

Side games will be offered on BlueGolf if you prepay and also at registration on the day of the event.

100% of side game entries are returned to the pay out. We never take a cut!

Side games offered consist of skins, day money, and OTM (out of the money). Entry is $20 per round for each side game a player wishes to participate in. Skins and Day money (low individual round) will be availabe for each round of both 2 and 3 day events. OTM or "out of the money" is a round 2 side game that is open to any player who is considered out of the money (not in the top 33% of the field) after the first round of an event. Results of OTM are based off of a players round 2 score only.

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