ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR THE U.S. AMATEUR PUBLIC LINKS CHAMPIONSHIP?
Eligibility Rule: Entries are open to amateur golfers who since January 1 of the current year have been bona fide public course players with an up to date Handicap Index™ based on ratings for men not exceeding 4.4 under the "USGA Handicap System" and have not held privileges of any course which does not extend playing privileges to the general public.
Privileges at a private course include, but are not limited to: Access to the course and its facilities whether or not you are a member. Honorary Memberships. Summer access at a private course your school team uses. Access more than one day a week for caddies and employees. Access through a "Come on over any time" relationship.
Exceptions: A bona fide public player may hold incidental privileges of a course not open to the public when such privileges are provided by:
The following eligibility questions serve as a guideline for players applying to enter the U.S. AMATEUR PUBLIC LINKS CHAMPIONSHIP. The following does not replace the formal Eligibility Rule and Interpretations of Eligibility as outlined on the official application for entry.
Please respond to the following: