36-hole individual stroke play over two days. In the case where weather intervenes the tournament will be reduced to 1-day, 18 hole event.
Open to Member Club golfers who are 55 years of age and over as of the first day of the championship. Players must have a handicap index of 7.0 or lower, super-senior 7.0 or lower handicap index. A Super Senior (65 years of age and older) may play in the "Senior tournament," play to be from the Senior tees.
AGE LIMIT min: 55 ROUNDS min: 10 HCP INDEX min: -6 max: 7 Sr. Tees max: 7
Limited to 144 players. If oversubscribed, exempt and low indexes entered will fill the field. 44 entries are reserved for Super Seniors.
Practice rounds are available August 30 and 31 after 1:30 pm. Players are required to take a cart or a caddie. There is no green fee. You must call for a tee time no more than 1 week in advance 610-437-1451.
Groups of three. Players will be re-paired for the second day based on first day gross score. Super-Seniors will tee off first and all together the second day.
Normally beginning at 7:30 AM on nine minute intervals. 1st & 10th tee, AM & PM Starting.
Automotive transportation is permitted in this event.
Prizes for the Senior Division (55 years and over) and Super Senior Division (65 years and over).
Sudden death playoff for Senior and Super Senior. Duplicate prizes for ties for 2nd overall low gross, payout to be broken by USGA recommended scorecard tiebreaking. All other ties to be broken by using the USGA recommended scorecard tiebreaking metho
NOTE: The Senior Silver Cross and Super Senior Silver Cross which represents the Senior and Super-Senior stroke play championship of the Association will be awarded to the player returning the lowest total score in the Warner Cup Gross, Chapman Memorial Gross and the Senior Amateur Championship.