Registration for professionals and amateurs for the Grey Goose Par 3 Championship ends Friday.
Now in its sixth year, the championship takes place March 27-29 at the Turtle Hill Golf Club at the Fairmont Southampton in Bermuda and is expected attract more than participants from 15 different countries, including a number of players from the PGA of Canada player rankings.
With a total prize purse of $75,000 U.S., the top 50 per cent will be paid out with the champion taking home the first place prize of $20,000. In addition, a number of cars will be up for grabs as hole-in-one prizes.
Entry into the Grey Goose World Par 3 Championship is $325 U.S.
The field will be rounded out by amateur golfers from Bermuda, the United States, Canada and Europe who will be vying for titles in the men’s, women’s and senior divisions.
Entry into the amateur divisions is $275 U.S..
Past champions include Canadians Nick Taylor and Ian Doig.
To register, click here.