Osprey Valley 2017 Majors Pools
Our second event of the year - the U.S. Open Pool - will be accepting entries starting June 1st.
The Major Championships are among the highlights of any season for any golf fan. To add to the excitement, we created our Major Pools for each of the four Major Tournaments - the Masters, U.S. Open, British Open, and PGA Championship. Last year, we added a new wrinkle - we kept an aggregate score over the course of the season and awarded a Grand Prize to inaugural Winner, Jamie Wannan.
This year, we are adding a Bonus Pool - the 2017 Canadian Open. Details will be announced as we get closer to the event!
2017 Canadian Open
Congratulations to our 2016 Grand Prize Winner
2016 Grand Prize - Top 20 Finishers
1 Jamie Wannan e
2 John Allison +3
3 Wes Murray +5
4 Greg Krar +16
5 Daniel Herder +19
6 Tim Liang +20
7 Bobby Kyriazis +21
8 Peter Cuthbert +24
t9 Greg Sands +26
t9 Scott Rambeau +26
11 Jeffrey Pilon +29
12 Kim Richardson +35
13 Chun Kim +38
14 Steven Richardson +41
15 Kathleen Gray +42
16 Tony Ditella +44
17 Robert Leva +45
t18 Luke Gray +48
t18 Mark Dixon +48
20 Kevin Judge +49
How It Works
For each Major, select four golfers to make up your roster for that tournament. The entrant who selects the foursome with the lowest total score will be awarded the victory and first prize.
You will also be asked to select a winning score for the tournament. In the event that two (or more) foursomes finish the tournament with the same total score, the entrant who guesses closest to the score of the individual golfer who wins the tournament will be awarded the victory.
If any member of your selected foursome misses the cut or does not finish the tournament for any reason, you will be disqualified from that tournament. For the sake of the season-long aggregate score, that player will be given a score equal to the highest finishing score of the tournament.
You can submit your picks from the opening of the pool through midnight the Wednesday prior to the opening round. Entries are limited to one per person. If you make a mistake or change your mind, feel free to submit a replacement entry. Only your final entry will be counted.
** header photo by David Cannon, Getty Images