PASADENA, Calif. (March 18, 2008)--The Championship Flight of the Pasadena City Championship is an open flight (no age limit) conducted over 72 holes. This year the Championship Flight will again be contested May 15-18 on Brookside Course #1 and Course #2. The Field will be cut to the top 48 and ties after 36 holes, to play the finals on Course #1 Saturday & Sunday.
Please note that Championship entrants must have a verifiable handicap low index of 3.9. A certification of your playing ability from your pro or coach is also acceptable. Please send the certification with your entry.
Net Flights - Play 2 Days - Saturday and Sunday
Open to all players 18 or older with 12-month low handicap index ranging from 4.0 to 21.4. Entrants with higher indexes must play down to a 24 handicap. The field will be divided into six flights to play over 36 holes, playing one day on Course #1 and one day on Course #2, alternating on Saturday or Sunday. Handicaps will be based on Course #1 slope 129. The tournament committee reserves the right to adjust handicaps based on previous tournament play. All adjustments are final.
The Brookside Men's Golf Club, in association with The City of Pasadena and American Golf, is very proud to welcome you to our 73nd Anniversary 2008 Pasadena City Golf Championship. This years event will be held during it's traditional 3rd week of May.
Each year this historic tournament is held on two of the most legendary public golf courses on the planet adjacent to the world famous Rose Bowl in beautiful Pasadena, California.
The 2008 Pasadena City Golf Championship tournament will be held on May 15-18, 2008. The largest city championship on the West Coast, the Pasadena City Golf Championship will host over 600 participants as it celebrates over seven decades of unforgettable links play.
A Tradition of Excellence
The Pasadena City Golf Championship tournament is one of the most venerable and exceptional competitions in the entire sport of golf. For a look at the recovered history of this great tournament, click here.