Tournament FAQs

Tournament Frequently Asked Questions

Format

What’s the tournament format?

  • Four-man Scramble

Will flights be used?

  • Yes, flights along with a handicap scoring system will be implemented to determine the championship team and individual flight winners.
      • Championship Flight 1 – 1st , 2nd , and 3rd place
      • 1st Flight
      • 2nd Flight

Will handicaps be used?

  • Percentage of everyone’s handicap will be used to determine a net score, which will determine the championship team and flight winners.

Which hole will I begin my round?

  • At registration, you will receive a laminated sheet with all relevant information needed throughout the day, which includes your starting hole.

Sponsorships

Where and to whom do I mail my registration form?

University of Dallas
Office of Advancement
1845 E Northgate Drive
Irving, TX 75062

To whom do I make the check?

  • University of Dallas

University of Dallas

What is the Cor Fund?

  • The UD Cor Fund is the annual fund that assists with scholarships, campus enhancements, faculty needs and student services. See more here.

Where can I learn more about University of Dallas?

Miscellaneous

Is breakfast provided?

  • Coffee and pastries will be provided at registration, which begins at 9 a.m.

Where is Las Colinas Country Club located?

Las Colinas Country Club
4400 N. O’Connor Rd.
Irving, TX 75062

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