Cleveland Metroparks GolfCleveland Metroparks Golf has unveiled its 2018 tournament schedule, which includes the 25th edition of the Greater Cleveland Amateur Championship this year at Sleepy Hollow!

Just as last year, 17 competitive events dot the Cleveland Metroparks Golf Tournament Calendar. Events start on May 5th and finish up on October 13th.

Along the way, competitors earn Player of the Year points for top-10 finishes in each event in both Championship and Senior Divisions. At the end of the season, the top 10 points earners in the Championship Division and the top 3 in the Senior Division earn Gift Cards that can be used for any Cleveland Metroparks activity!

Defending as Players of the Year are the father/son duo of Jason Jendre (right) in the Championship Division and Andrew Jendre in the Senior Division. Will anyone unseat them in 2018?

The 2018 Cleveland Metroparks Golf tournament schedule is as follows:

Day Date Event Course Entry
Sat May 5 Two Player Scramble Manakiki $150/Team
Sat May 19 Two Player Scramble/Better Ball Big Met $120/Team
Sat June 2 Two Player Better Ball Sleepy Hollow $150/Team
Sat June 9 Stroke Play Shawnee Hills $50
Sat June 16 Senior Two Player Scramble Classic Sleepy Hollow $120/Team
Wed-Thurs July 11-12 Senior Masters Cleveland Am (60+)** Big Met $80
Sat-Sun July 14-15 Course Championship Manakiki $110
Sat-Sun July 14-15 Course Championship Shawnee Hills $110
Wed.-Thurs. July 18-19 Senior Cleveland Am (50+) Big Met $80
Sat-Sun July 21-22 Course Championship Sleepy Hollow $110
Sat-Sun July 21-22 Course Championship Big Met $110
Fri-Sun Aug 10-12 Greater Cleveland Amateur* Sleepy Hollow $120 exempt
Sat Aug 25 Stroke Play Shawnee Hills $50
Sun Sep 9 Bill Barbour Cup Sleepy Hollow $140/Team
Sat Sep 22 Two Player Scramble Big Met $120/Team
Sun Sep 30 Stroke Play Seneca $50
Sat Oct 13 Tour Championship Manakiki $60

* World Amateur Golf Ranking Event | ** No Player of the Year Points Received For This Event

 
You can see all of the past Northeast Ohio Golf stories on the Cleveland Metroparks Golf page here.

Or review the above 2018 events on the NEOHgolf.com Tournament Calendar too.

And once they are all posted, you can enter online and get further details on the Cleveland Metroparks Golf website here.

We look forward to seeing the players of Greater Cleveland compete in the 2018 Cleveland Metroparks Golf series!

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