Carlton Woods Invitational winner to get key exemptions
THE WOODLANDS, Texas -- The Carlton Woods Invitational is ascending to the national stage with “Coast to Coast” exemptions in 2012.
In 2006, The Club at Carlton Woods had a vision to create one of the most prestigious events in amateur golf, six years later the Invitational is making a big push towards accomplishing that goal.
After attracting a national field of players and building a solid foundation for the future, the Carlton Woods Invitational is moving to the national stage with the announcement of two special exemptions for our winners this year.
The Mid-Am and Senior division winner will receive an exemption into the Stocker Cup and the Crane Cup invitational tournaments. Exemptions into these two prominent amateur events will provide added excitement and prestige to the 2012 Carlton Woods Invitational.
ABOUT THE Carlton Woods Invitational
2005 was the first year for this 54-hole stroke
invitational. The field is divided into Mid-
Amateur and Senior Divisions.
In previous years the field was cut to half and
ties. In 2011 the cut has been eliminated and
a pro scratch event was added for earlier in
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