The GAM and Michigan Publinx teams have been selected for the 69th Atlas Trophy Matches on Saturday and Sunday, September 23-24, at Oakland University G&LC – Sharf Course in Rochester Hills.

 FOOD & BEVERAGE: Lunch will be provided on Saturday. Players will be responsible for their own food and beverage expenses for outside of those meals provided on Saturday and Sunday. 

 DIRECTIONS: Take I-75 to University Drive (Exit 79) then go east to Squirrel Road, where Oakland University's main entrance is located. Turn left on Squirrel Road. Turn right at Walton Boulevard. Turn right at Adams Road. Turn right at the east entrance to Oakland University’s campus and follow the signs to OU Golf & Learning Center.

 PRACTICE RANGE: The range will be open at 7 a.m. each day, with range balls complimentary on the competition days only.

 TEAM CLOTHING:  Players for each team will receive two pieces of apparel that will be distributed Friday afternoon or Saturday morning at the golf course. Players will be notified prior to Saturday’s morning matches what color pants to wear each day for their respective teams. On Sunday afternoon after the completion of the matches, team photos will be taken.

 MATCH PLAY SCHEDULE:

 Saturday, September 23

Tee Times beginning at 8:10 a.m.                    Foursome (Alternate Shot) Match Play

                Lunch is provided between the sessions

Tee Times beginning at 1 p.m.                         Four-Ball Match Play

Sunday, September 24

Tee Times beginning at 8:30 a.m.                    Singles Match Play  

               

Each match is worth one point.  For matches tied at the conclusion of 18 holes, each team will be awarded one-half point with a total of 24 points available for the men. The GAM team will be looking to retain the trophy.

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