VERMONT HICKORY OPEN (16TH ANNUAL)
The Vermont Hickory Golf Association is pleased to announce that this year’s Vermont Hickory Open will be a two-day medal (stroke) play event featuring four divisions: the Open division (any age or gender), the Senior division (60 years of age or older); the Statesman division (70 years of age or older) and a Women’s division. Both low gross and low net in each division will be acknowledged.
VENUE: Brattleboro Country Club, Brattleboro, VT
DATES: The VHO will be held on Saturday, August 12th & August 13th. Practice rounds are not included in the registration fee; those who wish to play a practice round may make arrangements directly with the pro shop At 802-257-7380.
SCHEDULE OF PLAY: Saturday Tee times will start at 10:00 am. Table space will available after play Saturday for club swap, trade, buy or sell. Play each day will begin with assigned tee times; awards will follow play on Sunday.
RULES OF PLAY: The Society of Hickory Golf rules will apply; See the Society of Hickory web site at https://www. hickorygolfers.com/hickory-golf-tournament-guidelines/. Play must be with hickory shafted golf clubs manufactured before 1935 or Society of Hickory Golf approved reproductions. There is no limit to the number of clubs allowed in your bag. Cell phones and / or distance measuring devices are not permitted during tournament play. Local rules will be made available before start of play.
RESERVATION NOTE: Summer in Vermont is incredibly popular, and for good reasons. We strongly suggest you make reservations quite early (late spring at the latest if possible), particularly for rooms.
REGISTRATION FEE: The registration fee is $150. The fee includes two rounds of play with cart. A space for a club swap will be made for after play on Saturday. Practice rounds are not included in this fee. Practice rounds may be scheduled directly through the clubhouse. Pro shop (802) 257-7380.
Brattleboro is located in the southeast corner of Vermont; Interstate 91 passes through Brattleboro. Amtrak’s Vermonter providing rail service service between St. Albans, VT and Washington, D.C. stops in Brattleboro once daily northbound and once daily southbound. Greyhound Bus provides service throughout the country to and from Brattleboro. Air travel is available via Bradley International Airport, BDL, (Windsor Locks, CT), Manchester, NH regional airport, and Boston’s Logan International Airport.
Visit the web site for the Brattleboro Chamber of Commerce for places to stay, for restaurants and for things to do in the Brattleboro area www.brattleborochamber.org