Championship Player Memo

Monday, July 26:
36 Holes of Stroke Play

The low sixteen players overall from the 36-hole stroke play championship will qualify for match play.

Tuesday, July 27:
Round of 16 Matches A.M
Quarterfinal Matches P.M.

Wednesday, July 28:
Semifinal Matches A.M.
Final Match P.M.

CHAMPIONSHIP YARDAGE: Available @, under Tournaments / GAM Championships / Michigan Junior Amateur Championship – Course Setup.

DIRECTIONS: Glacier Club is just minutes North of M-59 at 27&1/2 Mile Road and Van Dyke Road in Washington Township.

CLUB ADDRESS: 8000 Glacier Club Dr – Washington, MI 48094

LODGING: Amerisuites (586) 803-0100 or Courtyard by Marriott (586) 997-6100

PRACTICE ROUND: Please contact the golf shop for rates and availability, (586) 786-0800. Contestants must call in advance to reserve a tee time and identify themselves as Michigan Junior Amateur contestants.

CADDIES/CARTS: No caddies are allowed during any phase of the Championship. All players are required to walk. Contestants may carry their own bag. Carts are not permitted for spectators. Pull carts will be allowed for the championship.

FOOD: Monday: A complimentary lunch buffet will be served to all of the participants in between there morning and afternoon rounds. On all other days the clubhouse will have food available for purchase.

GAM DRESS CODE: Shirts with collars and sleeves are required; however women may wear collarless shirts with sleeves or sleeveless shirts with collars. Neither tank tops, tee shirts, short shorts, gym shorts, cut-offs, bathing suits nor denim pants/shorts are permitted. Players and caddies are expected to adhere to the dress code.

PRACTICE RANGE: Complimentary for players prior to play on the days of the competition. The range will be open at 1 hour prior to the first tee time of each day.

WITHDRAWAL: If you must withdraw, contact the GAM office at (248) 478-9242. If you call after business hours, please leave a message on voice mail #24. Failure to notify may result in suspension from future GAM competitions

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