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Never before has there been a match play national championship open to all golfers, both professional and amateur. The United States Match Play Championship® will be held this coming May 7-11, 2012 (Monday through Friday). The event is open to all golfers, both professional and amateur, as well as all USGTF and non-USGTF members. This truly is the fi rst national match play championship tournament ever held in the United States.

ENTRY DEADLINE: Friday, April 27, 2012, 5:00 p.m. EDT
PURSE: $20,500 (based on full fi eld of 100)
FIRST PLACE: $4,000 (based on full field of 100)

(Based on full field of 100 golfers.) 36 holes of stroke play qualifying May 7 and 8. Top 16 advance to match play. Ties for 16th place will be broken by sudden death playoff. Those finishing 17th – 30th will receive $250, except that prize money for ties for 30th place will be split.

May 7: 18 holes, stroke play qualifying.
May 8: 18 holes, stroke play qualifying. Top 16 qualify for match play.
May 9: Morning – round of 16 matches.
May 10: Morning – quarterfi nals.
May 11: Morning – semi-fi nals. Afternoon – finals.

PRIZE MONEY BREAKDOWN: Champion: $4,000 Runner-up: $2,000 3rd – 4th: $1,500

Entry fee includes: range balls prior to play and all tournament rounds. A 3% surcharge ($7.50) will be added for those paying by credit card. A $100 withdrawal fee will be charged to those withdrawing prior to the entry deadline. There will be no refunds issued for withdrawals after the entry deadline.

For practice round information: please contact Indian Hills direct at (772) 465-8110.

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