FestivalSouth World Championship Golf Classic

May 31, 2019 at Canebrake Country Club – 1:30 PM

Benefiting FestivalSouth’s Artie Events for Families & Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Registration Form – Community Division


Cost of Participation: Cost per team is $200 or $100 per player.

Registration deadline: May 10, 2019. Payment for all team members and patron/sponsorship package must be submitted with this registration form.

Use only one form per team.

  • For Community Division Participants: Drop off form and check at Canebrake Country Pro Shop or mail this form with check made out to Hattiesburg Concert Association, 501(c)(3) organization to Sid Gonsoulin, Canebrake Country Club, 1 Canebrake Drive, Hattiesburg, MS 39402

For the inaugural year, there are 4 divisions of competition: Banker’s, Hattiesburg Country Club, Canebrake Country Club and Community Divisions. Community Division teams will compete for the overall Community Division Championship. Format will be 2-person scramble/shamble teams with a shotgun start at 1:30 PM.  To provide fair competition, teams will be paired against teams with similar handicaps – 50% of lower handicap player and 20% of higher handicap player will be used to determine the number of strokes each player/team will be assigned. Men under 65 will play from the white tees. Men 65 and older will play from the senior tees ( green tee base)  Only women will be allowed to play from forward tees ( red tees).   Top four teams from each Division will be awarded prizes.  These four teams will advance to “The Shoot-Out Challenge” to determine the FestivalSouth Golf Classic World Champion. Food and beverage will be provided on the course and during the awards program. Driving range will be available starting at 12:30 PM.

Please print out form below, and return with check at Canebrake Country Pro Shop or mail this form with check made out to Hattiesburg Concert Association, 501(c)(3) organization to Sid Gonsoulin, Canebrake Country Club, 1 Canebrake Drive, Hattiesburg, MS 39402.

 

This project is supported in part by funding from the Mississippi Arts Commission, a state agency, and in part,
from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.