56th Memorial Olivier Barras

Tournament schedule – June 30th to July 2nd July 2020

Playing format

  • 54 holes, stroke play

Participation

  • 20 Swiss PGA professionals
  • 40 professionnels
  • 15 ladies amateur (handicap limit 12)
  • 3 invitations for amateur ladies
  • 57 mens amateurs (handicap limit 7)
  • 9 invitations for amateur men

Cut after 2 rounds

The 25 best professionals, the 25 best amateurs and the 9 best ladies will be qualified for the final round.

Registration fee

  • CHF 180.- or EUR 180.-

Prize money for the professionals

  • CHF 15’000.-

Amateur prizes

  • 3 gross men
  • 3 gross ladies
  • 1 gross Senior

Qualification for the Omega European Masters

  • 1 spot for the overall winner of the tournament (amateur or pro) will be provided for the 2021 Omega European Masters

Registration

  • In the amateur category, priority to the 1500 of the WAGR and then the actual handicap on Monday June 22nd.
  • In the women category, priority to the 1000 of the WAGR and then the actual handicap on Monday June 22nd.
  • Swiss PGA professionals have to register through the Swiss PGA.
  • Swiss Amateurs (men and women) have to register through the Swiss PGA.
  • Registration deadlin : Monday June 22nd
  • All other have to register by filling out the registration form below :

Registration is closed. The entry list will be published today at noon on our website

 

Monday Pro-Am – June 29th

Participation

  • 30 teams

Playing format

The Pro-Am will be a stroke play competition played by the « European Tour Scramble » format. It will consist of 30 teams of 1 professional and 3 amateurs with the NET AGGREGATE TEAM SCORE IN RELATION TO PAR counting at each hole. The amateur handicap is reduced to 24, each amateur will receive ¾ of their allowance, up to a maximum of 18 shots.

On each hole the professional will select the best tee shot and all players will play their second shot from this position (including the professional if his is the best tee shot). Thereafter each player will complete the hole with his own ball. Professionals always have to play their ball. They cannon play from the best tee shot hit by an amateur. PAR (net) is the worst score that the team and/or any player can record on a hole but all 4 players can contribute to the team score by recording a net birdie or better.

NB : As soon as a player cannont contribute with a net birdie or better, he/she should pick up.

Teams

  • 1 professional player an 3 amateurs

Registration fee

  • CHF 120.- per amateur (green-fee not included)

Prize money for the professionals

  • CHF 3’700.-

Amateur prizes

  • 3 net and and the special prizes

Registration deadline

  • Thursday June 25th 2020

Note

Priority to professionals who participate in the Memorial Olivier Barras

Registration