Must be an amateur, an OGA member, at least 13 years of age as of April 7th, 2018 and meet one of the following:
- 2016 or 2017 Men's, Women's or Senior Men's gross club champion of a regular OGA member club or qualifying associate club.
- 2016 and 2017 individual gross champion of any Championship on the current OGA Men's, Sr. Men's, Women's and Sr. Women's performance points list.
- the following performance points leaders: Gigi Stoll, Amanda Jacobs and Gretchen Johnson
- all past Oregon Women's Amateur Champions.
- the 2017 Morse Cup Team, 2017 PNGA Cup Team, 2017 Women's State Team and 2017 Hudson Cup Team.
- the 2017 OGA Men's Team Champions: Jack Dukeminier, Michael Kloenne, Sean Collopy, Jay Poletiek - Columbia Edgewater Country Club
- the 2017 Oregon Junior Stroke Play Champions Craig Ronne and Ellie Slama and 2017 Oregon Junior Amateur Champions Craig Ronne and Ellie Slama.
- the 2017 OGA Tour Championship Open and Senior individual gross champions, Joey Walker and Kim Wenger.
Any player 50 years and older as of April 7, 2018 may compete in the Senior Division. All 2016 and 2017 Senior Club Champions must compete in the Senior Division.
36-hole stroke play gross competition with Men’s, Women’s and Senior Men's Divisions. In the event of a tie for the Men’s, Women’s or Senior Men's Championship, the Champion will be decided immediately by a hole-by-hole playoff.
$145.00 entry fee must accompany your entry and will include:
- 3 Rounds of golf - One practice round and two competition rounds
- OGA hosted lunch on Saturday
- Tee Prizes
- Merchandise certificate awards will be given to top finishers
- Special awards from Jones Sports Co. will be issued to the Gross Men's, Women's and Senior Men's Champions
Refunds are not available after the closing deadline of March 21st, except for documented medical reasons. All refunds are subject to a $20.00 administrative fee.
Entries will be accepted according to the date of receipt of entry and entry fee. Entry deadline March 21st. Entries by telephone, fax, or email must accompany payment and must be received by 5pm of the deadline. Online entries are accepted until midnight. Late entries will be accepted and placed on an alternate's list to fill spots if they become available up until a time that the OGA Staff establishes. Late entries will not be accepted unless they are accompanied by the correct entry fee, plus an additional fee of $25. Contestants must contact the OGA in order to submit a late entry.
Defending Champions Arthur Kim, Willamette Valley CC, Brad Carey, Meriwether Nat'l GC & Gretchen Johnson, Portland GC. All exempt players must file an entry by the deadline.
Practice Round Details
Players may call The Reserve at 503-649-8191 at anytime to make practice round arrangements. Practice rounds are available on a space available basis beginning April 1st the week prior to the championship. When scheduling a practice round on a Saturday or Sunday times will be available after 1pm. Contestants are eligible for one complimentary practice round. Practice rounds are for contestants only and will not be extended to guests, caddies, or family members. You must identify yourself as a Tournament of Champions contestant in order to receive your free practice round. Players who wish to use their practice round are expected to abide by all club rules including pace of play.
Field will be limited to the first 21 qualified women, 87 qualified men and 36 qualified senior men. Entries will be accepted according to the date of receipt of entry and entry fee.
Points for the 2018 Tournament of Champions will count for the following team competitions: the 2018 Morse Cup Team, 2018 Hudson Cup Team and 2019 PNGA Cup Team. All points awarded from the men’s or women's performance points schedule will count towards senior men’s or senior women's points.
OGA Net Performance Points Adjustment (KTPS)
The OGA Tournament Committee has instituted a policy by which they reserve the right to adjust the Course Handicap of any competitor in future competitions. This Policy is based on a modification of the Knuth Tournament Performance Points System (KTPS) as licensed from Dean Knuth.
A reduction of a competitor’s Course Handicap will be based on the following criteria:
High finishes in any Net portion of a 36 hole OGA championship with 81 participants or more in a division during a two year period will be awarded points accordingly: 1st = 12, 2nd = 10, 3rd = 8, 4th = 6, 5th = 4.
High finishes in any Net portion of a 36 hole OGA championship with 40 - 80 participants in a division during a two year period will be awarded points accordingly: 1st = 8, 2nd = 6, 3rd = 4, 4th = 2.
High finishes in any Net portion of a 36 hole OGA championship with 20 - 39 participants in a division during a two year period will be awarded points accordingly: 1st = 6, 2nd = 4, 3rd = 2.
High finishes in any Net portion of a 36 hole OGA championship with 1 - 19 participants in a division during a two year period will be awarded points accordingly: 1st = 4, 2nd = 2.
High finishes in any Net portion of an 18 hole OGA competition (OGA Tour – Individual Series) during a one year period will be awarded points accordingly: 1st = 3, 2nd = 2, 3rd = 1.
High finishes in any Net portion of an 18 hole OGA competition (OGA Tour – Partner Series) during a one year period will be awarded points accordingly: 1 – 9 teams 1st = 3, 10 – 19 teams 1st = 3, 2nd = 2, and 20+ teams 1st = 3, 2nd = 2, 3rd = 1.
Any contestant who accumulates 17 points over the stated period may have their Course Handicap reduced by 1 stroke for use during the competition.
Any contestant who accumulates more than 17 points during the stated period will have their Course Handicap reduced an additional 1 stroke for each additional two points accumulated.