56th Puget Sound Amateur

ENTRY FEE: COMPETITION IS NOW SOLD OUT. If you are interested in playing you can join the wait list below.

SCHEDULE: Competition will be contested over 36 holes (2 days) with gross and net scores:

In order to accommodate a larger field based on the demand in 2020; we will be utilizing both courses on both days with the two flights at alternating courses.

  • Saturday, October 23rd
    • Championship flight: Lake Spanaway
      • Included in fee: Golf, Range Balls, Lunch Pass
    • Flight B: Chambers Bay*
      • Included in fee: Golf, Unlimited Practice Center use, lunch pass, and pull-cart
  • Sunday, October 24th
    • Championship flight: Chambers Bay*
      • Included in fee: Golf, Range Balls, Lunch Pass
    • Flight B: Lake Spanaway
      • Included in fee: Golf, Unlimited Practice Center use, lunch pass, and pull-cart

*Chambers Bay is a walking-only facility. Please contact Caddie Manager Bryan Pierce to reserve a caddie. 253-552-4869 or email him at bpierce@kempersports.com.

REFUNDS: Refunds will not be processed to players that withdraw or cancel after Friday, October 15th. If you are currently registered and need to withdraw, please email our Office Manager, Shannon McMillen.

CONDITIONS: The Puget Sound Tournament Committee reserves the right to alter the conditions and schedules herein. The Committee reserves the right to reject the entry of any applicant, at any time, for any reason. Any decision by the Committee, in any matter, shall be final. Players will be presented with the supplemental rules “Hard Copy” prior to teeing off.

PACE OF PLAY: Please bear in mind that this year is unique for many reasons and we will all rely on one another to be responsible for maintaining an appropriate pace of play. As such, we will be enforcing a strict pace of play policy during the event and abiding by updated rules on this topic from the USGA:

Rule 5.6 encourages prompt pace of play by recommending that:

  • Players should recognize that their pace of play affects others and they should play promptly throughout the round (such as by preparing in advance for each stroke and moving promptly between strokes and in going to the next tee),
  • A player should make a stroke in no more than 40 seconds (and usually in less time) after the player is able to play without interference or distraction, and
  • Committees should adopt a Pace of Play Policy (rather than only say they may do so).

In addition, Rule 6.4 expressly allows playing out of turn in match play by agreement, and for stroke play, affirmatively allows and encourages players to play out of turn in a safe and responsible way to save time or for convenience (also known as “ready golf”).



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