Tulsa County Four-Ball Championship to debut in September

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The new Tulsa County Amateur Four-Ball Championship is scheduled Sept. 19 and 20, with the first round at South Lakes and the final round at LaFortune Park.

 The format is a 36-hole two-man best ball and teams will be flighted after the first round. Entry fee is $200 per team, which includes greens fees for both days, but not carts. Payout is expected to be $600 per team for first in each flight, $400 for second and $300 for third, based on ten teams per flight.

To register, contact either LaFortune Park (918-496-6200) or South Lakes (918-746-3760).  

 

 

 

 

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