The highest priority of the Sunnehanna Amateur is protecting the health, safety, and well-being of all players, your families, our members, spectators, and our community when participating in the Sunnehanna Amateur. The Sunnehanna Amateur created policies and procedures to ensure a safe tournament in 2020 and we are committed to doing the same in 2022. If needed, we will communicate with everyone what will procedures will be required to run a healthy Sunnehanna Amateur.Download Player Packet
Your entry fee of $325 includes every meal once you arrive and any immediate family member that may attend (mother, father, sister and brother). If you cannot afford the entry fee or need help please let us know. We don’t want anyone to be denied an opportunity due to financial concerns. With the recent changes in the rules of amateur golf, we welcome requests for help and will evaluate them on a case by case basis.
The Sunnehanna Amateur offers housing to contestants and is awarded on a first come first served basis. Every effort will be made to place teammates together or fulfill housing requests. Priority is given to those with financial need or those that fly. If you cannot participate without housing, please inform the committee. We do not want financial limitations to prevent a player from competing. We regret that we do not have the availability to offer housing to family members. Players will be notified by email confirmation of their housing request in the weeks leading up to the tournament. PLEASE MAKE HOUSING REQUESTS AT THE TIME THAT YOU REGISTER ON THE SUNNEHANNA WEBSITE.
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Appropriate golf attire must be worn. Golf pants are preferred; however, golf shorts may be worn. No cut-offs, no denim or cargo pants. Players and their guests must wear shirts with collars and sleeves, always tucked in. Non-metal spikes only. Dress code applies to golfers and spectators. Please remove hats while inside the clubhouse. Please bring long pants and a sport coat for player introductions during the Player Welcome Dinner on Tuesday night of the Tournament week. Players families are welcome on Tuesday night.
Trolleys are permitted for use during the tournament. Please consider bringing your own if possible. You may also bring your own caddy but we cannot offer housing.
Sunnehanna Country Club will be open for practice rounds on Monday, June 12th at 10:00 am.
The Tournament provides shuttle service from and to these airports upon arrival and as well as departure at the conclusion of the tournament. To help us prepare, we ask that a reservation must be made 10 days prior to the start of the event in order to ensure space on the shuttles. Indicate your preference on your registration on Golf Genius or email the Housing Committee to reserve space on the shuttle. Shuttle times will be posted on social media and the tournament website.The Johnstown Cambria County Airport (John Murtha Regional Airport) currently has direct service on United from Chicago (O’Hare) and Washington, DC (Dulles International).
The Elite Amateur Golf Series has partnered with The Back of the Range this summer to enhance the media presence and marketability of the series as well as the players competing this year at [EVENT NAME]. Ben Adelberg will be on-site capturing social media content in the form of photographs, video, and interviews. The Elite Amateur Golf Series aims to empower and elevate talented amateur golfers like yourself, so this content will be readily available to all players via our Media Asset Library. We encourage you to utilize this content to further market yourself within the world of amateur golf and beyond. The Elite Amateur Golf Series and The Back of the Range look forward to playing a pivotal role in developing your personal brand and enhancing your online presence throughout an exciting summer of amateur golf. To access the EAGS Media Asset Library, please visit https://eliteamateurgolfseries.smugmug.com/.