How to Attend the Pepsi Pro Golf Tour

By Marc Jenkins

The Pepsi Pro Golf Tour is a 120-tournament event that has been held for 16 years now and is played on the west coast of the United States in California, Nevada and Arizona. Both amateur and semi-pro golfers can participate in the events against friends, family and other competitors for an array of prizes. There are two separate divisions within the Pepsi Pro Golf Tour; the first which is the Professional/Open division features tournaments for men, women, seniors and amateurs while the second, the Indexed division, is completely open to players of all skill levels, age or gender.

Instructions

Difficulty: Moderate
Step 1
Register for the tournament at the Pepsi Pro Golf Tour's website using the official online registration form which is provided and complete the entire process including payment of the $195 (Professional/Open division) or $75 (Indexed division) membership fee (as of 2009).
Step 2
If you do not choose to register online, you can also do so via mail by downloading the registration form from the website, filling out and then sending it along with a check to the Pepsi Tour, 14272 Wicks Blvd., San Leandro, CA 94577.
Step 3
If you choose to fax the information to the Tour coordinators you may also do that as well. Fax your application and credit card information to (510) 352-6658. You can also enter the tournament via phone by calling (800) 614-GOLF and using your credit card to pay for the event.
Step 1
Since the tournament events are held in Arizona, California and Nevada, you will need to make travel and hotel accommodations if you do not live in those areas.
Step 2
Call the Pepsi Pro Golf Tour at (800) 614-GOLF or visit the website in order to obtain scheduling and ticket pricing information, so you can plan which event or events you will be attending (see References).
Step 3
Purchase you tickets either online or over the phone, then venture to the destination and enjoy your Pepsi Pro Golf Tour experience.

Tips & Warnings

You can play in your first tournament in the Indexed division as a guest for free; however you will need to pay an annual membership in order to compete in further events.
You aren't obligated to pay the annual membership fee in order to participate in the Professional/Open division events. However if you fail to do so, then you will not be eligible to claim any of the prizes or winning shares.

About The Author

Marc Jenkins has been writing since 2008. His work has appeared in numerous online publications, and he is also co-host of the Double Play Sports Hour, a sports talk radio show on WBCR 1090AM in New York City. He studied English and mass communications at Virginia State University.

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