How to Attend the Tarheel Pro Golf Tour

By Marc Jenkins

The Tarheel Pro Golf Tour is one of this country's top pro mini-tour events and the leading one in the Carolinas. The events are generally held in Charlotte, NC from March until October every year. Golfers of all ages, genders and skill levels are all welcome to participate, which means great excitement, fun and play is in store for all who compete or just simply watch.

Instructions

Difficulty: Moderate
Step 1
Visit the Tarheel Pro Golf Tour's website (see Resources) and take a look at the schedule, then choose an event in which you would like to play. Next contact a tour administrator so you can check on availability and obtain the rules and regulations.
Step 2
In order to compete in any of the events, you must pay a membership fee either by purchasing an annual membership or per-tournament. All membership fee information can be found at the Tarheel Pro Golf Tour's website.
Step 3
Secure an entry form from the website and complete it and pay the desired fee which you feel is right for you (annual or per-tournament) either by mail, online or telephone and get ready to take to the course.
Step 1
If you just want to watch some great golf action during the Tarheel Pro Golf Tour simply call the Tour information number at (704) 257-6068 to receive the dates and locations of the events.
Step 2
After you gather the information from the representative, select an event by date or location and then get ready to purchase your tickets.
Step 3
You should be able to purchase the tickets over the telephone through the representative, via their website or even through the member country club depending on the event or availability. Once you acquire your tickets, go to the event and enjoy some great golf action.

Tips & Warnings

It is much more lucrative if you are victorious to have an annual membership as you will receive larger prize opportunities. It is cheaper in the long run to purchase an annual membership than it is to pay on a per-tournament basis if you choose to compete in several events.
It is much more lucrative if you are victorious to have an annual membership as you will receive larger prize opportunities.
It is cheaper in the long run to purchase an annual membership than it is to pay on a per-tournament basis if you choose to compete in several events.

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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