Tampa, FL, May 20, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Since the tour now has decided to keep play to a single format, players are finding that the excitement of the competition of the amateur golf tournaments again. Participants play an individual handicap net format against the entire field.
Mark Dinkel say’s “At first I was skeptical that it would work as I thought there would be some sandbagging. I was wrong, the scores matched very well with the handicaps.” This allows for more competive amateur events and bigger prize pools.
With a schedule that is filled with the best courses. Rob Baxley was asked his thoughts of the course the tour plays. Rob’s response was “The courses are Excellent. A nice variety of quality courses.” Players are getting to challenge there games more. The tour is the only tour that offers players a handicap format at 2/3 the cost of any other tour in the area. This is why players are wanting to come and play.
With the creation of the tour committee players now have fellow players bringing there insight to the tour.