Player Information

Western Pennsylvania Four-Ball Championship

September 11, 2017 at Montour Heights Country Club


Below you will find information related to Western Pennsylvania Four-Ball Championship on Monday, September 11, 2017 at Montour Heights Country Club in Coraopolis, PA.  The competition is 36 holes and the field is 36 teams. Additional information will be distributed on the starting tee. 


Format—36 Holes of Four-Ball Stroke Play. Play is governed by the USGA Rules of Golf.   

The ball scored must be individually identifiable by the player who scored his ball for each hole when signing and returning your scorecard.  Any further instructions will be issued on the starting tee.  In the event of a tie, a hole by hole playoff will take place on holes to be determined by the Committee for qualifying spots as well as alternates.


Tee Markers—Play be from the WPGA tee markers. The course will play approximately 6,630 yards, based on conditions.


Pace of Play—Maximum allowable time is four hours and twenty minutes (4:20).  The WPGA Pace of Play Policy will be in effect.  A checkpoint system will be in place for the championship.


Practice— Practice rounds are available by contacting the golf shop. Practice rounds are available after 2 PM, based on availability and at the discretion of the golf shop. Practice rounds must be scheduled in advance by contacting the Golf Shop at 412-262-4653.  The Golf Professional is Zach Street.  Cost for a practice round is $40.  Practice round fees are the responsibility of the player.  Practice range balls are complimentary the day of the competition.


Lodging—Lodging of various price ranges can be found in the Coraopolis and Moon Township areas.


Transportation/Caddies— Golf carts are permitted for the qualifying round and included in the entry fee.  Players may bring their own caddies.  Caddies must walk in performance of their duties during the qualifying round.


Withdrawals—If a team needs to withdrawal please email or contact the Association as soon as possible in order to make proper grouping adjustments. 


Evacuation Plan—In the event of a suspension for a dangerous situation, players should return to the clubhouse immediately.
Note: A suspension for a dangerous situation will be signaled by one prolonged air horn note. All other types of suspension will be signaled by three consecutive air horn notes, repeated. Resumption of play will be signaled by two short air horn notes, repeated.


Food—The WPGA provides water on the course and lunch between rounds, all other food and beverage charges are the responsibility of the player.



Spectator Info— No spectator carts will be permitted for the competition without pre-approved ADA verification. Please contact the WPGA office for ADA guidelines. ADA carts are based on availability.


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