Golf Tours in Florida

Orlando Area preferably
Hi, me and my buddy are moving down to florida just for the winter and were wondering what tours professional or amateur their are down there... like here in ontario we have the great lakes tour... I was just wondering if there were anything like that down in Florida.





Also im 18 so Im eligible for junior golf tours as well.

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  • LegacyUserLegacyUser Guests Posts: 0
    Moonlight Golf Tour (NEXT Tour)

    $50-$400 entries

    1-2 day events

    Orlando and large surrounding area

    http://www.moonlightgolf.com/



    Grey Goose/ Gateway Tour

    $1200+ entries

    4 day events

    South Florida

    http://www.thegatewaytour.com/home/home.html



    Professional Players Tour

    $300 entries

    1 day events

    Orlando and large surrounding area

    http://www.proplayerstour.com/



    Hooters Winter Series

    $800 entries

    3 day events

    Central Florida

    http://www.ngahooterstour.com/winter/



    To name a few...



    Where in FL are you moving?
  • Teetogreen86Teetogreen86 Spongeworthy Members Posts: 1,177
    He pretty much named them above. I live in Orlando and my roomate is a professional playing mini-tours and he's played in a few Pro Players Tour events. It's a new and upcoming tour so there aren't many guys that play. Maybe 10-15 per event, but the caliber of players is pretty good. I've heard that tour is big in Texas and they're trying to make it here in Florida too. He also signed up for the Hooters Winter Series. While it is fairly expensive, it's your best bet for good competition and a shot at some decent money. Moonlight's are usually OK too. I know a few guys that play those. Cheap entry fees and usually decent golf courses. You can enter pretty close to the tournament too. It's not bad for experience. If you have any other questions, feel free to PM me.
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  • golfhawaiigolfhawaii Members Posts: 673
    North Florida Winter Tour- The oldest mini tour in the world.
  • RJC59RJC59 Posts: 1,222
    edited Aug 28, 2006 #5
    thank you, and ill be moving to the orlando area





    what about Amateur tours that give out gift certificates?





    I need to find a way to pay for these tournaments somehow cause I wont be working much
  • bk4bk4 Posts: 868
    RJC59 wrote on Aug 28 2006, 12:58 PM:


    thank you, and ill be moving to the orlando area





    what about Amateur tours that give out gift certificates?





    I need to find a way to pay for these tournaments somehow cause I wont be working much


    I don't think gift certificates will pay for tournaments
  • RJC59RJC59 Posts: 1,222
    if you sell your gift certificates to family members or random people then yah they do
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