Glen Arbour to host the 2018 Atlantic Championship
For Immediate Release:
The 2018 Atlantic Golf Championship will return to Nova Scotia, as Glen Arbour Golf Club in Hammonds Plains gets set to host the 5th Annual Atlantic Golf Championship on September 15 & 16, 2018.
The Atlantic Golf Championship, which brings together the region’s best amateur golfers, will come to Halifax for the first time in 2018. This best in class championship is host to top golfers from across Atlantic Canada. Amateur, Mid-Master and Senior golfers will compete over 36 holes for both individual and team titles.
The four Atlantic Golf Associations will conduct qualifying tournaments to select 20 players from their respective provinces’ to compete at Glen Arbour in September.
The Atlantic Golf Championship will see male and female golfers in amateur (under 40) Mid-Master (male 40-54 & female 40-49), Senior (male 55+ and female 50+) and Super-Senior divisions for one male (over 65) and one female (over 60) competing for both provincial teams and individual titles.
Similar to the format used at national tournaments the Championship will include two rounds that will determine champions in the team competition and individual competition. Through an agreement with Golf Canada the winners of each division will receive an exemption into respective national championships for the following year.
About Glen Arbour Golf
Renowned Canadian golf course architect, Graham Cooke, designed the Glen Arbour golf course. Glen Arbour has hosted world-class tournaments including BMO Canadian Women’s Open, TELUS World Skins Game, Mike Weir Miracle Golf Drive, and the first Wayne Gretzky & Friends Tournament.
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