The Medal Play Golf Tour Opens 4th Season in November with New Format and More Growth

The Medal Play Golf Tour Opens 4th Season in November with New Format and More Growth
Palm Springs, CA, September 14, 2012 --( The Medal Play Golf Tour is ready to begin its 4th season in the Palm Springs, CA area, 3rd season in the Phoenix, AZ area and new tours in the San Diego, CA and Las Vegas, NV areas under the direction of veteran tour director Blane Freytag. The tour, which provides golf enthusiasts the experience of competitive stroke-play golf, will host a local schedule in each area that kicks off in November and will finish in September with the Tour Championship at Temecula Creek Inn in Temecula, CA. Players from all tours will compete for the title of Tour Champion in each division at this season ending event.

Tournament format is Gross Stroke Play for the better players and two handicapped divisions for the mid to high handicaps. Players choose the format that best fit their game.

“Now golf enthusiasts can play a tour just like the pros, without the travel,” added Freytag “Our events are held locally on weekends, perfect for the average golfer. Our goal is to provide fun, fair, competitive individual stroke play golf tournaments. Everyone has an equal shot in our tournaments.” The Medal Play Golf Tour is for amateurs of all ages and abilities.

At each event, the top golfers in all divisions win Visa gift cards from the prize pool that is generated in each division. All participants also earn points toward season “Series Champion” and “Player of the Year” honors in their division.

Entry fees for the Medal Play Golf Tour are individually priced. Those fees include green fees, shared use of a cart, range balls, prize pool, scoring and trophies. There will also be optional skins games and an optional par 3 cash pot at each event. Trophies will also be up for grabs for the winners of each division. Results and points standings are posted within 72 hours at (

Come join them in the excitement and experience tournament golf in a friendly and competitive atmosphere. The Medal Play Golf Tour gives the golf enthusiast a chance to compete in events for trophies, skins and prize pool money on a local and regional stage. Bring your friends and watch the prize money grow. Visit to sign up or call tour director Blane Freytag at (623) 764-3522
Medal Play Golf Tour
Blane Freytag