Flagstick magazine reports that the Flagstick Open Amateur Championship will return to its spring date at eQuinelle Golf Course on May 22-23.
Last year, the event was moved to the middle of August due to the Covid pandemic. Robert Mustard won the 2020 event. It was Mustard’s second Flagstick Open Amateur Championship title. His first came in 2018.
The tournament features four divisions (A, B, C and D) and goes with straight running tee-times starting at 7:30 a.m. on both days.
The entry fee comes in at $215 and gets the players two rounds of golf, a steak lunch/dinner Saturday barbecue, practice range balls on both days, prizes following Sunday’s rounds and a registration gift package valued at $350.
Organizers say there will be more than $5,000 in prizes up for grabs and that practice rounds are available.
To register online, visit www.flagstickopen.com.
The eQuinelle Golf Club plays to par 72 and features five sets of tee markers. The course measures 7,065 yards from the black tee markers, 6,632 yards from the blues, 6,198 yards from the whites, 5,784 yards from the yellows and 5,301 yards from the reds.
The full service facility is located at 140 Equinelle Dr. RR4 Kemptville, ON.