Another big golf event will take place in Georgia and it’s going to be a lot of fun.
Here is your chance to catch all the action and it’s FREE!
Spectators are welcome at the Big Break Invitational Reynolds Plantation, held September 30- October 3, a four-day invitational tournament featuring a field of 40 of the most memorable and successful Big Break competitors in the series’ history going head-to-head in tournament conditions. Tickets, which are compliments of Reynolds Plantation and must be reserved in advance. They can be picked up the day of the event at the parking shuttle drop off at Great Waters, where play is to be held.
Up to four tickets can be requested on the tournament website, www.reynoldsplantation.com/big-break-invitational, while groups larger than four should contact email@example.com.
The inaugural Big Break Invitational is to be contested on Reynolds Plantation’s award-winning Jack Nicklaus-designed Great Waters course Sept. 30 – Oct. 3, 2014. Spectator parking is available at the entrance to the Great Waters community with shuttles running to the golf course during tournament hours.
The $300,000 milestone event features a select field of 40 made up of past Big Break men and women champions, as well as the series’ most memorable competitors from the past 21 seasons. NFL Hall of Fame member, Jerry Rice will be teeing it up as will PGA Tour member, Tommy “Two Gloves” Gainey, and a host of others.
The first two rounds will feature a modified Stableford format, with the 12 men and 12 women earning the most points making the 36-hole cut. Thursday’s third round will feature match play (six men vs. six men, and six women vs. six women), with 12 match-play winners advancing to Friday’s final round of 18-holes of stroke play. Players will compete for a $300,000 purse, with $100,000 going to the champion.
Established in 1992, Great Waters is one of Reynolds Plantation’s five award-winning courses. The course is ranked among the best in the South, and this year No. 3 on the Golfweek list of best in the state of Georgia.
Find out more about Reynolds Plantation at www.reynoldsplantation.com.