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What is Topgolf?
Topgolf is the premier golf entertainment complex where the competition of sport meets your favorite local hangout. You can challenge your friends and family to addictive point-scoring golf games that anyone from the hopeful pro golfer to your neighbor's 7-year-old kid can play year-round. Just picture a 240-yard outfield with dartboard-like targets in the ground. It's not golf - it's Topgolf. Give it a shot!
Who can compete in Topgolf Tour? Do I have to be a pro?
The Topgolf Tour is the ultimate 2-person team competition that offers the everyday golfer a chance to win a trip of a lifetime and $50,000. We're all about bringing together players who love the game, want a challenge and, ultimately, dream of becoming superstars. THIS IS YOUR TOUR.
What is the eligibility to play?
The Competition is open to persons who are: (i) legally and physically residing in one of the 50 United States or the District of Columbia, Australia, United Kingdom, or in the European Union; (ii) at least twenty-one (21) years of age as of the date of the applicable Regional Tournament; and (iii) not current status holding members of the PGA TOUR, LPGA TOUR, European Tour, and/or the Ladies European Tour, i.e. Full Time Status or Conditional Status, unless Sponsor has granted a waiver.
What do I get for winning?
Winners of each Topgolf Tour Regional Tournaments will be eligible* to receive a trip to Las Vegas, NV, to participate in the Topgolf Tour Championship weekend. The Winning Tour Championship Team will receive a $50K cash prize*
*Players who do not want to forfeit their amateur status will be required to waive their right to these prizes.
How do I register?
Teams must sign up through the official Topgolf Tour LeagueApps (US) or Eventbrite (UK) registration pages, which will be available to the public on May 2nd. A team is officially deemed to have registered when both team members have completed his/her registration form, signed the terms and conditions, and paid the entry fee on LeagueApps or Eventbrite.
All payments are made via our online registration pages. We accept Visa, Mastercard, and Discover. We do not accept Amex, Topgolf gift cards, nor do we accept payment over the phone.
When does registration close?
72 hours prior to the scheduled start time for every Regional Tournament.
What happens after I register?
Once you register, you'll get a confirmation email right away. Shortly before your Regional Tournament, we'll email you with all the information you need.
After you register, please add
firstname.lastname@example.org to your email's address book. We send many emails with important Tour information, and sometimes they get pushed to spam folders.
What is the cancellation and refund policy?
All requests to cancel must be sent to email@example.com. Cancellations must be received at least 7 days prior to the Regional Tournament your team is registered for to receive a full refund, after which date all payments are final. When you register, we custom order a t-shirt in your size and turn other potential players away if we sell out. Your registration matters!
How do I change my teammate?
Log into your account and select the Dashboard option. Select the "Manage or Add Players" option listed under the Role/Team section. To view your roster, click the button that says "Roster" in the right-hand sidebar. From here you can remove existing players and invite new players as well as see the status of all pending invites.
If you require any help you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I keep my Amateur Status if I play?
Yes! You may choose to retain your amateur status by waiving your right to receive any cash prize and the trip to Las Vegas. Because competitors are swinging —using a shot specific to golf—the United States Golf Association's (USGA) Rules of Amateur Status are applicable to all Topgolf Tour competitions.
Amateur golfers may not compete for a cash prize in golf competitions if they wish to maintain their amateur status. Failure to abide by these rules may cause players to lose their amateur status. You will be prompted to indicate your preferred status at the time of registration.
United Kingdom competitors will be governed by the R&A rules of Amateur Status.
How will waiving my amateur status affect me moving forward?
Waiving your amateur status will allow you to accept prizing greater than $750; however, waiving your amateur status may cause you to no longer be eligible for USGA amateur golf events such as the US Amateur Championship. Players may reapply for their amateur status. This process usually ranges from 1 to 2 years. For more information regarding waiving your amateur status and what may affect your status please visit USGA.org.
Can I bring my friends and family to watch me crush it?
Absolutely! We will want a full crowd cheering you on at every event. Signs and costumes are encouraged. Spectators may also start a tab and order food and beverage.
For more information, please see the Official Rules (PDF)
Registration is now open! Select a venue below to get started.
Registration Fees: US: $170/team ($85/player) | UK: £100/team (£50/player) | Australia: $180/team ($90/player)
Full team payment is required at time of registration. Processing fees apply. All times local.
|Austin, TX||June 24, 6PM|
|Orlando, FL||June 24, 6PM|
|Dallas, TX||June 24, 6PM|
|Kansas City, KS||June 24, 6PM|
|UK (Chigwell)||June 25, 8AM|
|Jacksonville, FL||June 30, 8AM|
|Scottsdale, AZ||June 30, 8AM|
|Sacramento, CA||June 30, 8AM|
|St. Louis, MO||June 30, 8AM|
|Philadelphia, PA||July 13, 8AM|
|Pittsburgh, PA||July 14, 8AM|
|Charlotte, NC||July 14, 8AM|
|AUS (Gold Coast)||July 18, 4:30PM|
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