championnat de

sherbrooke

championship

august 8, 2022

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TOURNAMENT INFO

To view the list of players registered for the Sherbrooke Championship, view the GolfGenius Tournament page. Registrations are updated every 48 hours.

MONDAY, AUGUST 8:

 - Round 1 Tee Times

 

Play shall be governed in accordance with the Rules of Golf of the R&A, Golf Canada and USGA, as modified by the East Coast Pro Tour Local Rules and Terms of the Competition (Hard Card) and supplemented by the applicable Notice to Players.  Questions or disputes (including equipment rulings) shall be settled by the on-site Rules Committee appointed by the East Coast Pro Tour, whose decision shall be final.

ECPT reserves the right to change the format, venue(s), qualifying spots and allotments, and other criteria set forth herein as presently contemplated due to adverse weather or other circumstances.

All players must register for the tournament before 5:00pm on Monday August 1, 2022. The entry fee for the Sherbrooke Championship is:

PROFESSIONAL

(a) $230 CAD+tx for East Coast Pro Tour members

(b) $280 CAD+tx for non-members    

AMATEURS

(a) $200 CAD+tx for East Coast Pro Tour members

(b) $230 CAD+tx for non-members        

Entry fee must accompany the online application and be payable by credit card.

Starting times will be available after 8:00 a.m. on the Saturday preceding the tournament at the host facility and online through the links provided.  Starting times and pairing are made at the discretion of the tournament organization. Specific requests will not be granted.

The week preceding the Sherbrooke Championship, practice rounds tee times will be available. Please contact the proshop to reserve your tee time.

The Sherbrooke Championship is open to both professionals and amateurs with a handicap of 5.0 and under. 

While on host facility property, players and caddies shall conduct themselves in a professional manner.  ECPT reserves the right to remove a player from the tournament for: non-competitiveness; conduct unbecoming a professional by the player; conduct unbecoming a professional by the players’ caddie.

Distance-Measuring Devices are permitted in the tournament. Only the distance measuring feature may be used. Other features such as Slope are prohibited from use during official competition rounds.

REFUND POLICY

Competitors, who have submitted an entry for the Sherbrooke Championship and wish to withdraw for any reason, MUST notify the ECPT in writing. Entry fee will be refunded less a $50 administrative fee, regardless of reason, if the ECPT is notified in writing fourteen (14) days prior to the event. No refund will be processed for a withdrawal notification that is received less than fourteen (14) days prior to the event. Request must be emailed to info@eastcoastprotour.com.

An amateur is eligible to earn up to $1,200 CAD in prize money. Should an amateur finish in a paid position that awards greater than $1,200 CAD, the amount in excess of $1,200 CAD will be added to the purse at the Tour Championship (September 19-20) at the end of the 2022 ECPT season. 


Un amateur peut gagner jusqu'à 1 200$ CAN en prix en argent. Si un amateur termine dans une position payante qui lui rapporte plus de 1 200$ CAN, le montant en excès de 1 200$ CAN sera ajouté à la bourse du Championnat du Circuit (19-20 septembre) à la fin de la saison 2022 de l'ECPT.

registration deadline

aug 1, 2022 at 5:00pm

tournament history

2021

dave Wettlaufer

longchamp

(-10)

2022

longchamp