College golf is coming back (sort of)
19 May 2020
by Brayden Conover of AmateurGolf.com

see also: Golfweek Myrtle Beach Collegiate, Barefoot Resort - Dye Course

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With an abrupt end to the collegiate golf season due to COVID-19, college golf is back. Well, sort of.

Golfweek and PlayMyrtleBeach.com are partnering up for the Golfweek Myrtle Beach Collegiate. The tournament will take place on June 24-26 and will be hosted at the Barefoot Dye course.

The 54-hole tournament is open to both men and women who were on a collegiate roster for the 2019-20 season as well as incoming freshmen. The tournament will practice social distancing as it has become routine with golfers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Competitors will keep their groupmateā€™s score on the GolfStat app on their phone rather than using a paper scorecard and exchanging after the round.

If you are interested in registering, click here.

June 27 and 28 the Myrtle Beach Coaches Challenge will take place allowing college coaches to get back on the course just as their players are.

In the Coaches Challenge, the field will play 36-holes over two days. The first round will be a two-person scramble on the front nine and a Pinehurst alternate shot on the back nine with the second round consisting of 18 holes of best ball.

If you are interested in registering, click here.

ABOUT THE Golfweek Myrtle Beach Collegiate

A 54-hole stroke-play event for college golfers, with men's and women's divisions. Who Can Play: Players who were on a college roster during last college season and incoming freshman who will be on a college roster this fall.

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