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members on one of the most exciting
golf tours in America for golfers
just like you! Seize the opportunity
to compete with your handicap for a
$10,000 cash prize in November and
be crowned the Legacy Golf Tour 2019
Holley's Four Over Par Net 74
Wins at River Pines!
Jim Holley Sinks Long Putt on Final
Hole to Secure First Win of 2019!
Atlanta, GA. April 20, 2019. Congratulations to Jim Holley for
taking home the victory last weekend at River Pines GC in Johns
Creek, GA. A cold, rainy Saturday made for tough conditions, but
Jim fought through for the win with a Net 74 (Par 70).
event is May 18th at Heron Bay Golf Course. Don't miss your
chance to play for a cash prize with your handicap! This year,
net +4 and +11 have taken home 1st place. Anybody can compete.
Come join us!
Legacy Announces Payout Increase in Single Round Events
Legacy Golf Tour announced today that the first place prize
in single round events has been increased to $1,000 with only 12
Ft. Worth, TX. April 19, 2019. Legacy Golf Tour announced today
the the "Gold" payout matrix has been increased and now provides
a $1,000 first place prize with only 12 players entered. This represents the largest cash prize available anywhere on
a tour like Legacy with a field of only 12 players entered and
an entry fee kept under $200! And don't forget . .
. there are no credit or debit card fees added like you find so
This enhanced "Gold" payout will be
utilized in all standard single round events. To ensure the
winner receives a $1,000 prize flighting requirements are
adjusted to a minimum of 12 players per flight. This payout
structure is effective immediately and should be reflected on
the tournament information pages.
To view a summary of the
"Gold" payout matrix:
Prize Money for National Championship Now Escrowed with Bank
Legacy Golf Tour announced today that the first round of
funds for the 2019 National Championship prize fund are now in
escrow with Bank of America.
Ft. Worth, TX. April 3, 2019. Legacy Golf Tour announced today
that the first round of fundings for the 2019 National
Championship prize fund are now in escrow with Bank of America.
Funds exceeding $15,000 are now set aside to ensure sufficient
cash is available to underwrite the winner’s and final money
position prize guarantees. To our knowledge, no other tour in
America of our type takes a similar step in fulfilling their
payout promise to players.
To view the current statement
of the National Prize Fund escrow account:
The payout matrix for
the 2019 National Championship is also now on the website and
available for viewing. To view Payout Matrix CLICK HERE.