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As a Golfweek Amateur Tour Member, you will receive membership into a -USGA compliant club through USHandicap.com and issued an official USGA index.

Within 60 days of joining the tour and filling out the 2019 registration, each member will receive an email from USHandicap with instructions on how to sign into your account. You will not be able to access your Silver membership until you receive the confirmation email. Nothing will be mailed, everything will be done via email address.

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Every member of the Golfweek Amateur Tour receives a free one year subscription to the New GOLFWEEK magazine. That includes both digital and print editions.

To start your subscription, you must fill out the tour application when paying your membership fees. Click here to join the Tour. Please allow 4-6 weeks for for your magazine to arrive.

If you are already a member and have filled out the registration, you can go online here and set up a digital account with the email you signed up with on our website. Or you can use the Golfweek magazine app from iTunes.

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2019 Harborside International Recap
 

Harborside International Tournament Recap

   

Golfweek Members raise $2500+ at St Baldricks Open!

Harborside International was the 4th event of the Chicago Tour season that has been plagued with weather issues in each event of the season, however, not even the rain could keep away the 120+ player field. The event also carried some special meaning as all proceeds were donated to St. Baldricks to help kids fight cancer. The tour raised $2,500 to help the cause and got to act like kids themselves as they battled in the rain!

In the Champ Flight, Ben Kilborn fired the round of the day as he took advantage of the rain soaked Harborside course. Kilborn’s scorecard included 6 birdies en route to a final 2 under par, 70 (37-33-70) from the 6600 tees! Second place went to Peter Skiba finishing 4 shots back shooting 38-36-74 and third place went to Mike Comstock (39-36-75). Kilborn is in the lead in the Chicago Cup standings heading into the next event.

In the A Flight, 18 holes was not enough to determine a champion as Dave Augle and Bobby DeVogelear both shot 73 to enter a sudden death playoff. DeVogelear birdied the 18th hole to get into the playoff after narrowly missing his eagle putt. On the first playoff hole, Augle (38-35-73) won with a par after DeVogelear (35-38-73) found the bunker with his approach shoot. Third place went to Tonie Price (39-35-74). Fred Alaimo sits atop the leaderboard in the Chicago Cup standings after 4 events.

In the B Flight, many players took advantage of the soft course and 6300 yard layout. Eric Lee blitzed the course with 4 birides en route to 39-37-76 scorecard that was top honors in the flight! Bart Sitarz took home second place shooting 41-38-79 while Brandon Harris shot 43-37-80 good for third place. Tom Linsenmeyer is leading the Chicago Cup at the moment, with Josh Borysiak close behind.

In the C Flight, Andy Sardina said he was starting the feel his game come around at the Midwest Open, and a couple weeks later he was right as he won by 2 shots, carding a consistent 42-42-84. Sardina’s round was highlighted with birdies on 9 and 10! Joe Denise hung tight and finished in second place shooting 45-41-86 while Rick Pisarcyzk took third shooting 43-44-87 from the 6000 yard layout. Pisarcyzk remains the player to catch in the Chicago Cup Standings!

In the D Flight, long time member John Trongale battled the off and on rain to win by 1 shot over Balvinder Singh. Trongale shot 42-48-90 and lead the way with 7 pars. With Singh finishing in second, third place went to Lou Olmedo (46-46-92). Trongale’s win pushed him to the top of the Chicago Cup leaderboard.

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  • Tonie Price from A to Champ – 3.8 index
  • Eric Lee from B to A – 7.6 index
  • Brandon Harris from B to B – 12.7 index

From here the Chicago Tour has a travel date on the schedule with the Chicago-St. Louis Shootout at Weaver Ridge in Peoria, IL on June 29th and then resumes local play with a local one day major (double points and prize pool) at Stonewall Orchard on July 13th


 

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