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Magnolia Southern Classic

Magnolia Southern Classic

Welcome to the Old Waverly and Mossy Oak Golf Courses in West Point, Mississippi. These two courses will play host to our Inaugural GOLFWEEK Amateur Tour Regional Event this February. Mossy Oak is the brand-new sister course that since opening has received nothing short of rave reviews. Old Waverly has always been one of the top-rated golf courses in Mississippi and is one of the most well-known southern region must play courses.

We welcome you to experience the Classic Tradition of tournament golf and Southern Hospitality at it's finest in the Magnolia State of Mississippi... The Magnolia Southern Classic!


  • Date: Saturday, February 17th & Sunday February 18th
  • Entry Fee: $285
          - 2 Rounds with Cart & Range on Saturday at Old Waverly GC
          - Logo Polo Shirt
          - Logo Pull-Over
          - Tee Gifts
          - Prize Pool Allocation of $50 / Player included
          - Special Trophy for Each Flight Winner
  • Tentative 10:00 AM Shotgun Starts for both days
  • Registartion Deadline: Monday, February 12th
  • Double Points for Participating Tours
  • Host Tours: MGC, Memphis / N. Miss, LA South, Michigan


    Friday, February 16th - Skins Game & Practice Round
    • Old Waverly GC - Tee Times Starting at 11:10am
    • Round Fee: $ 60 paid to course
    • Skins Fee: $ 20 paid at check-in

    Saturday, February 17th - Tournament Round 1
    • Old Waverly GC - Shotgun Start at 10:00 AM
    • Check-In begins at 8:00am
    • Cash Games (Optional): Skins Each Flight ($15), Super Skins ($10), CTP ($5)

    Sunday, February 18th - Tournament Round 2
    • Old Waverly GC - Shotgun Start at 10:00 AM (Tentative)
    • Check-In begins at 8:00am (tentative)
    • Cash Games (Optional): Skins Each Flight ($15), Super Skins ($10), CTP ($5)
    • Awards Ceremony following Each Flight Completion


    The semiprivate club is accessible for anyone who books a stay at one of its cottages, villas or condos. Getting inside the gates unlocks a classy golf experience. The staff is friendly, the true epitome of Southern hospitality.

    The clubhouse is comfortable with multiple areas to dine in or have a drink. The whole place, built by the Bryan family in 1988, just exudes class.
    With the new Mossy Oak Golf Club designed by Gil Hanse across the street, Old Waverly became one of the most coveted golf getaways in the South, especially on college football Saturdays when the Mississippi State Bulldogs, located in nearby Starkville, host another rugged home game in the SEC.

    Set within the Mississippi Black Prairie region, Mossy Oak Golf Club is perhaps destined to topple Tom Fazio's Fallen Oak from the head of Mississippi's Best in State rankings.

    Mossy Oak is the first US course from Gil Hanse since his Rio Olympic Golf Course wooed the crowds in 2016.
    The minimalist layout is an engaging and strategic walking course that's generously routed across rolling pastureland where native grasses and occasional oak trees work together simply and harmoniously.

    The club moniker is "Nature's Golf" and it's plain to see why. The layout looks and feels just like a lie-of-the-land course from a bygone era. Tees and greens are positioned in close proximity to each other and most importantly Mossy Oak plays firm and fast.

    Bunkering often makes or breaks a course, and here at Mossy Oak, the traps are undeniably top quality and reminiscent of the work-class bunkers found in abundance across Melbourne's Sandbelt.



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