2019 Nevada Open Golf Championship
November 5-7, 2019
Mesquite, Nevada is proud to present the 2019 Nevada Open Golf Championship November 6–8, 2018 at the Palms and CasaBlanca golf courses. With over 40 years of championship history, the Nevada Open is one of the most respected and anticipated golf tournaments in Nevada.
The Nevada Open is a 54 hole event with a cut after 36 holes. Each player will play one round at the Palms and CasaBlanca Golf Clubs before the 36 hole cut. The cut will take place at 30% of the field plus ties. Prize purse of $150,000 is based on a full field of 224 players. The championship round will take place at the CasaBlanca Golf Club on Thursday November 7, 2019. In the event of a tie for the overall Championship there will be a sudden death playoff to determine the overall winner.
Practice rounds are available on a limited basis. It is the players’ responsibility to secure their own tee times. The practice round green fees is NOT INCLUDED in the entry fee. Please call the course directly to make your practice round tee time.
- CasaBlanca Golf Course – 866.401.6022
- Palms Golf Course – 866.401.6020
PROJECTED TOURNAMENT YARDAGE:
PALMS GOLF CLUB:
CASABLANCA GOLF CLUB:
Will be taken into the event by application. Please fill out the online application for Amateur’s and you will be contacted if you are in the field. Only a limited amount of amateurs will be taken into the event. Amateurs may not have a handicap over 4 to compete in the Nevada Open. If accepted into the Nevada Open the Amateur fee will be $350. If you have any questions about Amateur golfers participating in the event feel free to e-mail us at email@example.com or call 888.711.4653.
Spectators are highly encouraged to follow players as a gallery during the Nevada Open Championship. Individuals assume all risks incidental to a spectator at these events and release the Nevada Open and Tournament Committees from any and all liabilities.
PLEASE NOTE: Rule 10.2a in the Rules of Golf states that a player may not ask anyone for advice, other than the player's caddie. The penalty for giving advice is two strokes in stroke play. The player is responsible for following this rule.
During play, minimal contact is permitted between spectators and players (or their caddies). Spectators must walk and are asked to stay on the cart paths when possible.
Spectators with Disabilities: Spectators requiring motorized transportation due to severe physical disabilities must notify the Nevada Open prior to the Championship and receive permission to rent a cart from the Tournament Director. Spectators that are granted use of a cart must pay the cart fee to the host site and a Handicap Flag will be placed on the cart to notify all officials that the cart use has been approved (all carts must remain cart path only).
Caddies are allowed; however, the Nevada Open Committee is not responsible for furnishing caddies and recommends that players bring their own. Players are not required to employ a caddie for the Championship and may carry their own bag.
Carts for Nevada Open: Players may ride during the Open—the daily cart fee for the player is included in the entry fee. Players may walk and carry their own clubs; however, partial refunds are NOT awarded to players electing to walk. Caddies must walk during competition. (NOTE: Spectators are NOT permitted to ride with players.)
If written cancellation is received before October 19th, 2019 a full refund will be given minus a $20 processing fee. If a cancellation is received October 18th to November 1, 2019 you will receive a refund less $100 processing fee. No refunds, regardless of circumstance, will be provided November 2nd, 2019 or after. All cancellations and refund requests must be submitted in writing. Please allow 30 days to process requests.
If a player must withdraw from the Nevada Open once it has begun, he or she should notify the Nevada Open Committee or tournament site as soon as possible with the reason for the withdrawal. “No-Carding,” “No-Showing,” and withdrawing from an event without a valid excuse is NOT acceptable. All players needing to withdraw from an event must notify a member of the Committee and return their scorecard prior to leaving the tournament site. Failure to do so will result in a one-year suspension and loss of any future exemptions from any Nevada Open Events.
PLAYER CONDUCT POLICY:
Contestants are expected to (1) know and play by the Rules of Golf, (2) conduct themselves at all times in a sportsmanlike manner, (3) respect the golf course and the rights of other contestants, (4) fulfill their playing obligations and (5) know and abide by the Nevada Open Pace of Play Policy. If the Committee considers that a player is guilty of a serious breach of etiquette, including but not limited to unsportsmanlike conduct (cheating, damaging the golf course, defacing club property, using loud obscene language, throwing clubs, etc.), it may impose a penalty of DISQUALIFICATION and possible suspension from future play in the Nevada Open. Any disciplinary actions imposed on a contestant by the Nevada Open may be formally communicated to a representative of the contestant’s club and/or to any other allied golf association that the Nevada Open deems appropriate.
For more information on the Nevada Open, click here.