Format of the Tour
Tournaments will be held only on the top public courses and resorts in the state. Events will be either 18 or 36 holes, with all events scheduled on Saturdays and / or Sundays. Tee times into each event will be posted on the web site and available over the phone.
In general, both the Men's and Women's Divisions events will be conducted simultaneously on the same courses. Exceptions will occur during off-weeks for the Michigan Open and the Michigan Women's Open..
How To Enter Michigan Players Tour Events
Players desiring to enter events on the Tour may do so in two different ways:
1. Call the Tour office. The Tour phone number is
2. Email the Tour office The Tour email address is
The Tour accepts the following credit cards. There is no additional charge for using a credit card to enter events.
To check out the latest Newsletter published by the Michigan Players Tour, please click on the button below.
To obtain PDF copies of various publications from the Michigan Players Tour, please click on the links below.
2019 MPT Flyer
For additional information about the Michigan Player's Tour, including a list of the Goals of the Tour, please click the following button:
Navigating This Web Site
The Tour web site is easy to navigate. For current news, the Tour schedule, event information, tee times, results, and other information regarding the day to day operation of the Tour, please click the appropriate button on the Navigation Bar on the left side of each page.
For specific information about Michigan Players Tour Rules and Regulations -- i.e., membership policy, tournament format, entry fees, and other information regarding the policies of the Tour -- please click on the Regulations button. From there, links to specific topics are easily accessible.
If you have trouble finding anything om the site, please refer to the Site Map.
A note for Internet Explorer Users
What you should know about active content (taken from Internet Explorer help files)
Active content (for example, things like stock tickers, video, or animation) can enhance your browsing experience. It relies on either ActiveX controls or computer code (called a script) to work properly.
ActiveX controls can sometimes malfunction or display content that you don’t want. They can also be used to collect information from your computer without your permission, damage information on your computer, install software without your consent, or allow someone else to control your computer remotely. Given these risks, you should only install these programs if you completely trust the publisher.
When you encounter a webpage (or insert a CD) that is trying to run active content on your computer, you should receive a message prompting you to decide whether you want to allow the content to run. If you are certain that you want to allow the active content, click Yes in the message box. By clicking Yes, you allow the active content to run on the webpage or CD you’re viewing on that occasion. If you leave the page and return to it later, you will receive the message again. You can avoid being prompted every time by allowing any website to run scripts and ActiveX controls, however you should be extremely careful about doing this, as it might put your computer at risk for malicious software.
To allow any website to run scripts and ActiveX controls on your computer
1. In Internet Explorer, click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options.
2. Click the Advanced tab, and then, in the Settings list, scroll down to the Security section.
3. Select the Allow active content to run in files on My Computer check box, and then click OK.
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