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Open qualifier for Great Waterway Classic set for Aug. 18 at Bay of Quinte

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Ten golfers will leave the Bay of Quinte Golf and Country Club on Aug. 18 owning spots in this year’s Great Waterway Classic.

They’ll have forged their way into the PGA Tour Canada event through an open qualifier for professionals and amateurs. The amateurs must carry a handicap index of 2.0 or less.

The event’s format is 18-hole stroke play. A sudden victory playoff will take place upon the conclusion of the round to break ties (including ties for alternates).

The entry fee is $100 for PGA Tour Canada members, Web.com Tour members, PGA Tour members, Champions Tour regular members and PGA Tour Latinoamerica members. The number is $250 for all other professional and amateur entrants.

The qualifier’s entry deadline is 5 p.m. on Aug. 13 for non-members and 5 p.m. on Aug. 15 for members.

The successful qualifiers will pay the difference between their paid qualifier entry fee and the Great Waterway Classic entry fee of $350 plus HST when they register on the Monday and Tuesday of tournament week between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. at Loyalist Golf and Country Club, site of the 2014 Great Waterway Classic.

For more details, contact Brad Parkins, tournament director, at 1.877.508.1069 ex. 221 or by e-mail at brad.parkins@cjga.com.

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