2020 Tour Events


Sunday, June 7, 2020


The Coyote Preserve Open


Coyote Preserve Golf Club

9218 Preserve Dr.
Fenton, MI  48430

1-810-714-3206


6912 yds., Par 71


Deadline to enter event: Monday, June 1, 2020

18th Hole, Coyote Preserve G.C.

(click on the image to go to the Coyote Preserve web site)

Coyote Preserve Golf Club is a spectacular Arnold Palmer design set in rolling terrain just west of U.S. 23 south of Fenton. It has numerous holes requiring carries over wetlands, ponds, and ravines. The greens are large and have many undulations, and are surrounded by many strategically placed bunkers. Many holes also wind through wooded areas.

Although the course isn't long by modern standards, the shot values of Coyote Preserve make its length irrelevant -- players will be extremely challenged in all aspects of their game from the first tee to the 18th green. The event at Coyote Preserve will certainly be one of the highlights of the Tour schedule.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 1:00 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- Coyote Preserve Open


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.


Professionals
Amateurs
 This Event Only
This event with two others
 This Event Only
This event with two others
$185.00
$160.00
$110.00
$85.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:

Map of Fenton, Michigan

Saturday, June 13, 2020


The Mystic Creek Open


Mystic Creek G.C. (Woods / Meadows)

One Champions Circle
Milford, MI 48380

248-684-3333


6802 yards, Par 72


Deadline to enter event:Monday, June 8, 2020

8th hole, Mystic Creek G.C. (Lakes)

(click on image to go to Mystic Creek web site)

Mystic Creek G.C. is a beautiful and secluded course located in Camp Dearborn near Milford. Designed by Pat Conroy and Jim Dewling, the course consists of three nines, which are always in fabulous condition, and has a wide variety of holes ranging from wide open links style holes to tight tree lined holes and holes where water definitely comes into play. Players will find the course challenging, and it will take exceptional golf to return a score at par or better.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 12 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- The Mystic Creek Open


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.

Professionals
Amateurs
 One Event
This event with two others
 One Event
This event with two others
$185.00
$160.00
$110.00
$85.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:


Map of Milford, Michigan

Saturday, June 20, 2020


The Timber Ridge Open


Timber Ridge G.C.

16339 Park Lake Rd.
East Lansing, MI 48823

1-517-339-8000


6514 yds., Par 72


Deadline to enter event: Monday, June 15, 2020

18th Hole, Timber Ridge G.C.

(click on image to go to Timber Ridge web site)

Carved from a mature tree nursery that was planted in the late 1940s, the championship layout of Timber Ridge Golf Club boasts spectacular views and an inspiring design. Course architect Jerry Matthews of Matthews Natural Course Design worked with an abundant variety of trees, the hilly terrain, and the existing marshland. Matthews’ philosophy of design allowed nature and the contour of the land to suggest the placement of holes and flow of the course.

He and his father, Michigan Golf Hall of Fame recipient W. Bruce Matthews, have won acclaim for advancing the art of environmentally sound golf course design in Michigan. Timber Ridge is the end result of their years of experience and combined expertise. (Text courtesy of Timber Ridge web site)

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 1:00 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- The Timber Ridge Open


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.


Professionals
Amateurs
 One Event
This event with two others
 One Event
This event with two others
$185.00
$160.00
$110.00
$85.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:

Map of East Lansing, Michigan

Saturday, June 27, 2020


Shootout At The Fortress


The Fortress

950 Flint St.
Frankenmuth, MI 48734

1-989-652-0460


6813 yds., Par 72


Deadline to enter event: Monday, June 22, 2020

7th Hole, The Fortress

(click on image to go to The Fortress web site)

The Fortress is a spectacular course set within the city limits of Frankenmuth, one of Michigan's most scenic and popular small towns. Designed by Dick Nugent, the course is superbly conditioned, and has a number of classic (and difficult) holes. Players will find the course memorable, and will find the back nine to be one of the toughest stretches of golf played on the Tour during the season. The course has been the site of numerous Michigan Open qualifiers, has has proven to be a very tough place to go low.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 1:00 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- Shootout At The Fortress


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.


Professionals
Amateurs
 One Event
This event with two others
 One Event
This event with two others
$190.00
$165.00
$110.00
$85.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:

Map of Frankenmuth, Michigan

Sunday, July 11, 2020


The Stonebridge Open


Stonebridge G.C.

1825 Clubhouse Dr.
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108

(734) 429-8383


6932 yds. Par 72


Deadline to enter event: Monday, July 6, 2020

4th Hole, Stonebridge G.C.

(click on image to go to Stonebridge web site)

Stonebridge Golf Club is a public 18 hole championship public golf course in Ann Arbor designed in 1991 by world famous golf course architect Arthur Hills. The well-groomed golf course sports lush green turf and a championship layout of water and woods. The natural beauty of the terrain is matched by the meticulous care and impeccable maintenance. (Text courtesy of Stonebridge web site.)

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 1:00 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- The Stonebridge Open


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.


Professionals
Amateurs
 This Event Only
This event with two others
 This Event Only
This event with two others
$190.00
$165.00
$110.00
$85.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:


Map of Ann Arbor, Michigan

Sunday, July 19, 2020


The Romeo Open


Greystone G.C.

67500 Mound Rd.
Washington, MI 48095

586-752-0730


6913 yds. Par 72


Deadline to enter event: Wednesday, July 15, 2020

18th Hole, Greystone G.C.

(click on image to go to Greystone web site)

Greystone Golf Club and Banquet Center is conveniently located near the Oakland / Macomb county border. This upscale, 18-hole, championship golf course opened in 1992 to national acclaim. Complete with its 10,000 square foot clubhouse, regulation practice facility and P.G.A. Professional staff, Greystone is poised to handle your every need. By reclaiming a gravel quarry, course architect Jerry Mathews was able to achieve one of his finest masterpieces. The Quarry holes (Nos. 16 - 18) wrap around our 35 acre lake, and are home to "The Best Finish in Michigan Golf." Tour pure conditioning, rolling hills, and spectacular views are waiting for all who choose to play Greystone. (Text courtesy of Greystone web site.)

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 1:00 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- The Romeo Open


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.


Professionals
Amateurs
 This Event Only
This event with two others
 This Event Only
This event with two others
$185.00
$160.00
$110.00
$85.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:


Map of Romeo, Michigan

Sunday, July 26, 2020


The Hawk Hollow Open


Hawk Hollow Resort (Hawk Hollow G.C.)

15101 Chandler Rd.
Bath, MI 48808

517-641-4295


6974 yds. Par 72


Deadline to enter event: Monday, July 20, 2020

18th Hole, Hawk Hollow G.C.

(click on image to go to Hawk Hollow web site)

Hawk Hollow G.C. is the original of 3 spectacular courses that comprise the Hawk Hollow Resort, located in Bath Township, just north of East Lansing. Designed by Jerry Matthews, the course is superbly conditioned, and has a number of classic (and difficult) holes. Players will find the course memorable, and will find the last two holes to be one of the toughest finishes of any course on Tour.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 2:00 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- Hawk Hollow Open


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.


Professionals
Amateurs
 One Event
This event with two others
 One Event
This event with two others
$190.00
$165.00
$110.00
$85.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:


Map of Bath, Michigan

Saturday, August 8, 2020


The Eagle Crest Open


Eagle Crest G.C.

1275 S. Huron Street
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

734-487-2441


6926 yds. Par 72


Deadline to enter event: Monday, August 3, 2020

16th Hole, Eagle Crest G.C.

(click on image to go to Eagle Crest web site)

Eagle Crest Golf Club, located in Ypsilanti Township, Michigan, features an 18-hole championship golf course and a three-tiered practice driving range with a spectacular view of scenic Ford Lake. Owned by Eastern Michigan University, Eagle Crest is the home course for the Men’s and Women’s Golf Teams and is also open to the public. The course opened in 1989, and was originally designed by Karl Litten of Boca Raton, Florida.

The par-72 course provides golfers with one of the most challenging yet fair and fun tests of golf in southeast Michigan. With four sets of tees providing a variety of options and sightlines for all golfers, the course stretches to a length of 6,926 yards, with a course rating of 73.0 and a slope rating of 142 from the championship markers.

Several holes border the banks of Ford Lake, offering beautiful views throughout your round. Those include the course’s signature hole, the par-5 16th, which runs along the lake and has a peninsular green. The hole was recently cited by USA Today as one of Detroit’s “Dream 18-Most Memorable Holes.”

(Text courtesy of Eagle Crest web site)

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out this review in the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 1:00 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- The Eagle Crest Open


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.


Professionals
Amateurs
 One Event
This event with two others
 One Event
This event with two others
$190.00
$165.00
$110.00
$85.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:


Map of Ypsilanti, Michigan

Saturday, August 15, 2020


The Gull Lake View Open


Stoatin' Brae G.C.

15579 East Augusta Drive
Augusta, MI 49012

(269) 207-3976


6667 yds. Par 71


Deadline to enter event: Monday, August 10, 2020

14th Hole, Stoatin' Brae G.C.

(click on image to go to The Gull Lake View web site)

Stoatin' Brae G.C. is a classic links style course designed by Rennaisance Golf Design, and completed in 2017. It occupies one of the highest points in Kalamazoo County, so it is very exposed to the wind. The course plays fast and firm, and should offer an excellent test to Tour players.

This event will be the Tour's "Open Championship," as it bears so many similarities to linksland in the UK.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out this review in the Golf Club Atlas.

Tee times begin at 1:00 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- The Gull Lake View Open


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.


Professionals
Amateurs
 One Event
This event with two others
 One Event
This event with two others
$190.00
$165.00
$110.00
$85.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:


Map of Augusta, Michigan

Saturday, August 22, 2020


The Michigan Players Tour Championship


The Grande Golf Club

1293 Floyd Ave.
Jackson, MI 49201

1-517-768-9494


7181 yds. Par 72


Deadline to enter event: Monday, August 17, 2020

16th Hole, The Grande G.C.

(click on image to go to The Grande web site)

The Grande Golf Club is a Raymond Hearn design set in classic Michigan terrain containing both forests and wetlands. The course is well manicured with generous fairways and has distinct bunkering both in the landing area of drives and near the greens. The greens are very large and have numerous difficult pin positions. At 7,181 yards, players will need to hit a number of precise long iron shots to score well.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 1:00 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- The MPT Championship


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.


Professionals
Amateurs
 One Event
This event with two others
 One Event
This event with two others
$185.00
$160.00
$110.00
$85.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:


Map of Jackson, Michigan

Monday - Thursday, August 31-September 3, 2020


2020 Michigan Open Championship


Grand Traverse Resort ( The Bear )

100 Grand Traverse Village Blvd
Williamsburg, MI 49610

1-231-534-6000


7,078 yds. Par 72


This event is conducted by the Michigan PGA

18th Hole, The Bear

(click on the image to go to the Michigan PGA web site)

For the third time in 10 years, the Michigan Open Championship will be played at the Grand Traverse Resort in Acme, which was the home of the Michigan Open from 1981 through 2008. The Michigan Open is conducted by the Michigan Section of the PGA. To enter, please go to the Michigan PGA web site.

Designed by Jack Niclaus, The Bear ranks as one of the most difficult courses in Michigan, with a handicap index of 76.3 and a slope rating of 148. It plays at 7,078 yards to a par of 72.

In order to play in the Michigan Open, players must have been residents of Michigan for a minimum of six months prior to entering. Unless exempt, players must qualify for the event in order to compete. For all information concerning the Championship, please see the Michigan PGA web site.


Directions:


Map of Acme, Michigan