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Greensmere gets it in gear for 13th annual Survivor Challenge

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The 13th annual Survivor Challenge is set for Oct. 10 at Greensmere Golf and Country Club.

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The 36-hole tournament features more than $9,000 in prizes (based on 96 teams) and players will have a shot at winning a $25,000 hole-in-one cash prize.

Teams registering by Sept. 15 receive a chance to win a free practice round for their team, which is a $218 value.

Survivor Challenge schedule:

  • 7:30 a.m. - Sign in and breakfast
  • 9 a.m. - Shotgun start
  • 6:30 p.m. - Dinner and prizes


  • Two-person teams
  • Divisions - Men, Women, Seniors (50+)
  • (Mixed teams can compete in men's division with both players playing the black tees)

Premiere Course Front Nine - Alternate Shot

Each player tees off. You choose which tee shot you want to hit your second shot from and alternate each shot thereafter. If player A's tee shot is selected, then player B is to hit the next shot and play is alternated until the ball is holed out.

Premiere Course Back Nine - Best Ball

Each player hits their own ball and the best individual score of the two is recorded on the scorecard.

Legacy Course Front Nine - Chapman

Each player tees off. Players hit each other’s second shots. For the third shot, select a ball and alternate until the ball is holed.

Legacy Course Back Nine - Scramble

Each player tees off. You choose which shot you want to hit your second shot from and then each player hits from the chosen spot. This is repeated until the ball is holed.

There will be closest-to-the-pin contests on the par threes and skins and prizes are included for each segment.

The entry fee is $165 per player. The fee includes the 36 holes of golf with power cart, range balls, buffet breakfast, bag lunch, dinner, skins and prizes.

For more details or to register, call 613.839.7772 or visit