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 Tournament Details:                                                           

Guest are welcome at a reduced entry fee, and will need to contact tour director at: All players, members or guests please sign up by Monday August 24th. Thanks everyone.

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  Tournament Results                              



Southaven, MS – The Northcreek golf course is a short, easy course, but this only if you believe golf is an easy sport! A morning shotgun helped beat the heat and humidity to some degree, but it was still an awful steamy day on the course. Scoring overall suffered because of the sauna like conditions on an otherwise beautiful day for golf. Thanks to Alan Rickman and the entire staff at Northcreek for a great tournament.


Champ Flight – Ed McDugle and new member Justin Hiller finished their first 10 holes with 43 shots apiece.  They proceeded to match each other’s score on every hole for the next 7, and then came the par three 17th hole, their last hole of the day.  Ed hits his shot to about 7 feet, and then with the pressure on, Justin hits a great shot to 3 feet!  Ed just misses his birdie putt, and with the win in sight, Justin knocks it in! What a battle! Great win Justin! It’s the first time in a long time that the 4 time reigning points champion has been beaten, so Justin made a big splash in his first tournament.



A' Flight- Not to be out done by the champ guys playing right in front of them, Phillip Roberts and Tommy Warren had their own made for tv battle going all day. After 10 holes, Phillip was leading by 1 stroke, and Tommy parred #10 while Phillip made bogie. The two stayed tied until the 13th hole, a dogleg left par 5, where Tommy made bogey to Phillips birdie. Phillip plays 14 and 15 in 9 strokes, and Tommy birdies 15 to cover those same holes in 7 strokes, so the two players are tied again! Their last two holes of the day are back to back par threes, #16 & #17. Tommy hits it to 8 feet on 16, and Phillip then hits his to 4 feet. Tommys putt lips out while Phillip makes his for birdie. The players go to #17 with Tommy down by one stroke. Tommy lips out again from 12 feet and gets par. Phillip misses from 10 feet and also gets par and the win! Another great battle! Thomas McMurdy had a ringside seat to both battles and takes third in A’ Flight. On another note, Tommy and Phillip have split the last 4 tournaments with 2 wins apiece.   

B' Flight- Mike Bertoldo tried to do away with drama and shoots 86 to win. Thanks a lot Mike! Tim Western and Jon Speer grabbed 2nd and 3rd respectively.

C' Flight- Bill Barker shoots and second consecutive 90 on tour, and its good enough for his second win  in a row. Andy Darrow tightened up the overall point’s race by shooting 93 and taking second place.  Andy Gregory shot 97 to get 3rd. 

D' Flight- Newcomer to the flight, Richard Ward, shoots a 90 to win his first tournament! Congrats Richard! Scott Sagarra shoots 91 for second, while Ricky Akins grabbed 3rd. 

Closest to the Pins:

#2 Phillip Roberts

#5 Richard Ward

#16 Phillip Roberts

#17 Bill Barker

Longest Drive #4:

Mike Bertoldo

Champ, A' & B’ Flight Skins ($12 each):

Ed McDugle #4, #9

Phillip Roberts #13, #16

Tim Western #12

C' & D' Flight Skins ($20 each):

Bill Barker #9

Scott Sagarra #12, #13

Richard Ward #10

Superskins ($15 each):

Ed McDugle #4, #9

Phillip Roberts #13, #16

Our next event is The Memphis Golfweek Tours local finals on August 29th at Glen Eagle, and August 30th at Mirimichi. Thanks to all the players for playing on another muggy day.  Guests will be able to play for $135, and will need to pay at course. Lets bring some players!  See you at Glen Eagle!




(L to R) Richard Ward (D Flight), Bill Barker (B Flight), & Justin Hiller (Championship Flight)

Phillip Roberts (A Flight)

 Mike Bertoldo (B' Flight winner)

 What is the Memphis Golfweek Tour                                                                  

The Golfweek Amateur Tour of Memphis/N.MS is a Amateur Golf Tour dedicated to Memphis/N.MS area amateur golfers of all skill levels. We use some of the best championship golf courses in the Memphis area to host our tournaments.


 I want to join! Now what?  

  • Select the "Join the Tour" menu item on the left of this page
  • When we receive your registration and payment, you will get an email with additional information and confirmation of your eligibility.
  • You are now ready to enter a tournament! Find the one you want to play in by clicking schedule on the left hand side of this page.
  • When your entry fee and registration is received, you will receive an email confirmation.
  • You are ready to play your first event. If you still have questions, click the Tour Manual and/or Local Tour Policies links on left side of this page for more info.


 Tour Membership   


As a member of the Memphis Tour, you are allowed to play in as many or as few Memphis Tour events as you would like to. As an added benefit, you are also allowed to play in any other tour event throughout the country! 

Your 2015 Membership will only cost $45 and includes the following...
  • 2015 GOLFWEEK Amateur Tour Hat (20 Dollar value)
  • 2015 GOLFWEEK Amateur Tour Bag Tag
  • 2015 GOLFWEEK Amateur Tour Member Card
  • 2015 USHandicap Membership (Click Here for more details) (20 dollar value)
  • 1 Year Subscription to GOLFWEEK Magazine ( $39.95 dollar value)
  • Opportunity to compete in National Tour Championship in Hilton Head, SC in October 2015. Over 800 golfers competed in 2014! 

 How Our Tournaments Work   

When you sign up for the tour, we will place you in a flight based on your current USGA Index or by making a determination based on your average scores. During the tournaments, you will compete against other players from your flight in a true stroke play event. You will compete for pre-paid Visa Gifts Cards and a trophy for the 1st place winner in each flight. Prize Pay-Outs are based on the number of players in your flight. $20 per player for a Standard event and $40 per players for a 2 Day Major event make up a portion of the prize pool. 

Click to view the Prize Pay-Out Matrix



Based on where you placed in each tournament, you will be awarded points. All participating members receive points no matter what place they finished in the event. The Season Long Points Winner for each flight will be awarded a trophy and a free tour membership for the next season or $300* towards their entry fee into National Finals tournament in Hilton Head. The top 10 in each flight also have the opportunity to compete in the National Finals at Hilton Head Island in October.

Listed below are the flight assignments and yardages..

Championship Flight: 0 to 3.9 Handicap
A Flight: 4.0 to 8.9 Handicap
B Flight: 9.0 to 13.9 Handicap
C Flight: 14.0 to 18.9 Handicap
D Flight: 19.0 and Higher Handicap


Championship flight: 6700 yards and up

-A flight: 6500-6800 yards

-B flight: 6400-6600 yards

-C flight: 6200-6500 yards

-D flight: 6000-6300 yards 

Yardages for some flights will vary slightly up or down at different courses. 











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