THE WEDGE GOLF TOUR

FIND YOUR SWEET SPOT IN NORTHWEST AMATEUR GOLF

The Wedge Golf Tour puts the golfer first and leaves the nonsense behind.  It’s a professionally organized golf tour focused on fun, competitive and friendly amateur golf at the Northwest’s best courses.  We take care of it all.  The only thing you’ll have to worry about is your swing.

Join the Tour today and find your sweet spot in Northwest amateur golf.

We offer both Individual and Partner tours. You can participate in both tours throughout the season, and if you do well, you might find yourself in position to take part in both of the season-ending championship events.

Overview of Individual Tour

INDIVIDUAL TOUR

Consisting of four fixed flights and 4 Wedge Tour events, this tour offers monetary prizes for each flight and gets you one step closer to grand prize.  We organize flights based on handicap to ensure close, fun competition for every skill level.

Within each flight, we award points based on gross finishing position at each event.  At season’s end, the top 10 point winners in each flight qualify for the Individual Tour Championship when things really get interesting.

HOW IT WORKS
  1. Sign up for our Tournament + Handicap membership or Tournament Only membership
  2. Register and play in one or more Individual events
  3. Earn points based on what place you finish within your flight
  4. Qualify for Individual Tour Championship if you are in the top 5 in points standings for your city
  5. Win the two-day Individual Tour Championship for your flight
  6.  Enjoy your trip to Bandon Dunes next March with all the other Championship winners!

Overview of Emerald Rose Cup

EMERALD ROSE CUP

At Pumpkin Ridge, September 22-24, the 2017 Wedge Golf Tour season will culminate with the first annual Emerald Rose Cup–a Ryder-Cup-style Battle Royale that pits the best of Portland against the best of Seattle. Earn your right to protect your corner of the Pacific Northwest by working your way up the leaderboard throughout the Wedge Golf Tour season.

HOW IT WORKS
  1. Sign up for our Tournament + Handicap membership or Tournament Only membership
  2. Register and play in one or more Individual events
  3. Qualify for the Emerald Rose Cup in one of two ways;
    1. Finish 1st or 2nd in any one of four qualifying events for your city to earn a seed to play in the match play tournament – a two round one-on-one match play tournament starting with 8 players and ending with 2 players.
    2. Get selected as 1 of 3 Captain’s picks for participation and exceptional play.
  4. Play – Two players from each flight will represent their city, along with three captain’s picks, and one playing captain
  5. Win – The first city to win 14.5 points will win the Emerald Rose Cup.

* If a player finishes 1st or 2nd in two qualifying events, that player will receive a first round bye in the match play tournament.

** If a player finishes 1st or 2nd in all four qualifying events, that player will automatically earn a spot on the Emerald Rose Cup team. 

Overview of Partner Tour

PARTNER TOUR

With four events through the year, the partner tour pits 2-person teams against each other in a mixed format of best ball, scramble and shamble.  Prizes and tour points are earned on both gross and net performance.  Choose your partner wisely, as the top 14 teams at the end of the year qualify for the Partner Tour Championship.

HOW IT WORKS
  1. Sign up for our Tournament + Handicap membership or Tournament Only membership
  2. Register and play in one or more Partner events
  3. Earn points based on your team’s gross or net finishing place
  4. Qualify – the top 14 teams on the points list qualify for the Partner Tour Championship
  5. Win – finish in 1st place for gross or net at the two-day Partner Tour Championship
  6.  Enjoy your trip to Bandon Dunes next March with all the other Championship winners!

Great Golf Is Just The Start – We know fun, competitive golf is a worthy cause on its own, but we also have our sights on supporting the community at large.  We proudly donate $1 from every tournament registration fee to The First Tee of Greater Portland, a youth development organization that teaches life skills through the game of golf.

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