2019 brings changes to the Cleveland Metroparks Golf tournament calendar. While there will be the usual mix of team and individual events, several changes have been to made to add variety to the formats.

The early summer event at Sleepy Hollow on June 1 is now the Sleepy Hollow Junior/Senior Better Ball, where two-player teams will be made up of one player under 50 years of age and one over 50.

All age groups of the 36-hole Senior Greater Cleveland Amateur Championship will now play on the same days at Big Met — on Mon July 8 and Tues July 9 — still in separate age divisions.

To spotlight the beautiful remodel in Broadview Heights, the Seneca Course Championship will be a two-day Greater Cleveland Amateur qualifying event for 2019.

In turn, Big Met will have a one-day Big Met Course Championship on Sunday, July 21.

For the second year, Seneca will host an individual Seneca Stableford on August 17.

In place of the season-ending Tour Championship, Manakiki will host the CMP Cup on October 12. This Ryder Cup type event will involve the top players from the Cleveland Metroparks Player of the Year point standings.

With the addition of the CMP Cup, that makes the Two-Player Fall Scramble at Big Met on September 21 the final event of the season to earn points for the Player of the Year bonus pool.

The 2019 CMG tournament season starts on Saturday, May 4 with the Spring 2-Player Scramble at Manakiki. So get your entries in today! We look forward to seeing everyone soon.



Other 2019 Cleveland Metroparks Golf Events

In addition to our competitive series, Cleveland Metroparks Golf offers many other fun golf events throughout the season. Check out the schedule below for details, then register on the CMG Golf website to enter any of these events.

2019 CMG Schedule
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