1. Event Registration-
A player may enter an event online at any time by taking the following steps.
Proceed to “Enter Event”section of website.
To Sign Up:
Fill out the sign up form with handicap information and press Submit.
Download or Print the SFLAGT Event Entry Form and Fax or Mail to SFLAGT.
Proceed to “Enter Event” section of website.
Click on the specific Tournament you are entering.
Click the “Buy Now” button and proceed to complete payment.
*You do not need a PayPal account to make a payment.
Mail a check to SFLAGT office
1843 NW 124 Ave
Coral Springs, FL 33071
*Deadline for event sign up will almost always fall 2 days prior to the actual event.
All players are responsible for the appearance during a SFLAGT event. Proper professionalism is expected. Proper golf attire required.
3. Pace of Play
The SFLAGT will aim to achieve proper pace of play in all its events. We aim to complete our rounds in less than 4:20. The tour encourages ready golf.
A group is determined to be out of position when they have an open par 4 in front of them, or are more than 15 minutes behind the group in front of them. A group or player may be warned once, then they are subject to penalty at the discretion of the Tour Director.
4. Rules of Golf
The SFLAGT will follow the USGA Rules of Golf for all events. A player may contact the Rules official or Tournament Director in case of a Rules question or follow Rule 3-3.
In stroke play, if a competitor is doubtful of his rights or the correct procedure during the play of a hole, he may, without penalty, complete the hole with two balls.
After the doubtful situation has arisen and before taking further action, the competitor must announce to his marker or fellow-competitor that he intends to play two balls and which ball he wishes to count if the Rulespermit.
Note: If the competitor takes further action before dealing with the doubt
5. Arrival at Event/First Tee
Upon arrival at the host Club, player must check in with SFLAGT. Player does not need to check in with Golf course. Players will be given hole location sheets and scorecards prior to teeing off, as well as any other pertinent event information.
Rangefinders are allowed during competition.
Caddies are allowed at SFLAGT events.
SFLAGT events will aim to provide a leader board system, tracking player scores at a minimum of two locations. Players will report their scores after 9 holes of play, and again one more time before the completion of the round. Being that these are One day, 18 hole events we want players to know where they stand in the competition and the Tour Director will provide that information to players who are interested at the two check point locations.
7. Post Round
Players will report to the scoring area after their round to review their official scorecards, sign and return to the Tournament Committee.
Any ties (for First Place only) will be broken via Sudden death playoff, immediately after completion of play and all scorecards accounted for.
Players will receive prizes and Trophies for 1st place. Visa Gift Cards or Pro Shop Credit will be distributed to 1st place, and depending on Field size Runner Up/3rdPlace
Based on performance in the SFLAGT, the tour reserves the right to alter placement of a player to a different division, either up or down. Players may also petition to move into a different division, based on changes in their handicap, which will be reviewed on a case by case basis by the SFLAGT.
Be submitting an entry form and participating in a SFLAGT event, player
agrees to assume and solely accept all risk inherent, and waive all claims of injury against the SFLAGT, its staff, and the host facility.
Golf Pride Cup Season Long Race:
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Championship: 4.0 and Under
The Crandon Park Challenge
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Saturday, March 30 ~ 9:30 am
Learn more about what local golfers think about our Tour....
Why the South Florida Amateur Golf Tour...?
*We play a rotation of the best courses, private and daily fee, In Broward and Dade.
*Our events are well organized and professionally run
*The tour offers Stroke play golf, the purest form, within flighted divisions..you play against similar caliber players
*All events on Saturdays
*There are no membership fees
*You will meet great, friendly local golfers.. camraderie and networking
*The primary way to get better at this game is by competing!
South Florida Amateur Golf Tour
"Growing Competitive Amateur Golf in South Florida"
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Tour Director: TJ Shuart
"The SF AM TOUR is fun. It's competitive golf, with a bunch of good guys, at a great rotation of courses! If you want to sharpen your game, and see how good you can get, you HAVE to play competitive golf, it's why I make sure I play as many of these as I can. The SF AM TOUR is the best local tournament practice you can get, in a relaxed friendly environment."
Rob Bryans, Miami Beach
"The tournaments are very well run, the competition is excellent and we are competing on the best courses in the area. It's a great way to keep your game sharp and tournament ready without having to travel."
Tom Christensen, Coral Springs
"...To have these one-day, weekend events is just great...And I can't say enough about the venues: some top-rated courses that normally wouldn't be available to me."
Doug Phillips, Pembroke Pines
"The SF AM TOUR has been an excellent tour for the locals. This is just what I have been looking for..Being able to play the best courses in South Florida against great friendly competition on weekends...I look forward to playing the SFLAGT every month."
Justin Onorati, Davie
"Playing in organized events against players of the same caliber is what golf is all about. I have practiced and played with friends for years, and playing against my level of competitors brings out the best (and worst) of my game, and this is the reason I play with the South Florida Am Tour"
Todd Williams, Southwest Ranches