If you are an active-duty service member or Veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces, your chances of advancing to the Topgolf Tour Championship just got a whole lot better!
Not only can you advance by winning a Regional Tournament, but if you are the highest-scoring military team in Round 1 across all Regional Tournaments (excluding Las Vegas and the UK), you will earn a spot at the Topgolf Tour Championship to compete for the glory of best Topgolf team and $50,000.
Teams will be automatically entered into the Military Division, based on their qualifying status. The highest-scoring military team will be announced after the Topgolf Tour Regional Tournament in Las Vegas, NV on August 14th. Teams can keep track of scores through the Military Division Leaderboard, which will be updated throughout Regional play.
Topgolf Tour Military Division Conditions
- Both players must be active-duty or Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces to qualify.
- Both players must select either active or Veteran status, plus branch, when registering as a Team Captain or Team Player for the Topgolf Tour.
- A valid military ID must be presented on the day of the Regional Tournament. Acceptable forms of ID include a military ID, a DD-214 or a state driver license with a Veteran distinction.
In support of the Bunkers In Baghdad
By competing in the Topgolf Tour, you will help enrich the lives of troops serving overseas through the game of golf. Topgolf will donate $5 from every player registration fee to Bunkers in Baghdad. Upon registration, Topgolf Tour players will have the opportunity to make an additional donation to the organization.
The purpose of Bunkers in Baghdad is simple – collecting new and used golf balls and golf clubs and then ship them overseas to soldiers stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan. Bunkers in Baghdad is run 100% on donations – from the equipment that is generously donated to the funds required to pay for shipping to our troops. In just two years partnering with Bunkers in Baghdad, Topgolf has become the largest individual donor of golf balls, contributing over 400,000, along with 1,800 yards of turf and 18,000 golf clubs.
To learn more, visit bunkersinbaghdad.com .