The Showcase @ Noyac
September 27, 2021
Sag Harbor, NY
Can you step up on No. 8 and thread it between monstrous sand dunes and the world’s edge? Will you gear down on 16, or risk taking the train home? Most importantly, can you pull a Spieth from the 2015 U.S. Open and close out a victory?
Let’s find out. Should you prevail, the honor of TGJ’s first-ever stroke play champion awaits.
Format: Two-man best ball
- 18 hole tournament
- Lunch & dinner reception
- Tee gifts, prizes and awards
- Open bar
- Beer from Saint Archer Brewing Co.
11:00 am: Check-in
11:30-1:00 pm: Lunch
1:00pm: Shotgun start
1:00-5:30 pm: 18-hole tournament
6:00-8:30 pm: Open bar, dinner & awards
7:00-8:00 pm: Closest to the pin competition
Into the Chamber
Chambers Bay is barely a teenager but already a seasoned host. Since opening to the public in 2007, this municipal track has hosted a pair of unforgettable USGA championships.
In 2010, Chambers’ jaw-dropping contours and scale captivated a national audience en route to Peter Uihlein becoming the first U.S. Amateur champion on a public course in 115 years.
And then there was 2015—you know, when you-know-who did you-know-what. Well, lost in all the Spieth-DJ drama was another feather in Chambers’ cap: the first Northwest venue to host a U.S. Open in—you guessed it—115 years.
And just two weeks before we arrive, the USGA will bring a third championship to the shores of Puget Sound: the 2021 U.S. Amateur Four-Ball. We like to think of it as the appetizer to the main course.