| 2023 Member Play Days Schedule |
The 2023 GAP Member Play Days Schedule has arrived.
This year’s slate features a full offering of events, spanning to all corners of the GAP region, laid across three states. Simply put, if you’re looking for chances to golf, you’ve come to the right spot.
Events will open at 9 a.m. on select dates, beginning Wednesday, March 1. More events are expected to be announced, meaning even more chances for you to tee it up at GAP’s finest facilities.
Listed below is the announced 2023 Member Play Days Schedule:
March 1 opening:
Coatesville Country Club – Monday, April 10
Concord Country Club – Monday, April 17
Huntingdon Valley Country Club – Monday, April 24
March 21 opening:
Berkshire Country Club – Monday, May 1
Woodstone Country Club and Lodge – Monday, May 8
Radley Run Country Club – Monday, May 15
Springdale Golf Club – Monday, May 22
May 2 opening:
Philmont Country Club (North) – Monday, June 12
Valley Country Club – Wednesday, June 21
May 30 opening:
Yardley Country Club – Monday, July 10
Bala Golf Club – Monday, July 17
Bellewood Country Club – Monday, July 24
LedgeRock Golf Club – Tuesday, July 25
June 20 opening:
White Manor Country Club – Monday, July 31
The 1912 Club – Monday, August 7
June 27 opening:
Out Door Country Club – Monday, August 14
The Ridge at Back Brook – Monday, August 14
July 11 opening:
Stanton Ridge Golf & Country Club – Monday, August 21
French Creek Golf Club – Tuesday, August 22
Bent Creek Country Club – Monday, August 28
Aug. 1 opening:
Hawk Pointe Golf Club – Monday, September 11
Laurel Creek Country Club – Monday, September 18
Indian Valley Country Club – Monday, September 25
Aug. 23 opening:
Lebanon Country Club – Monday, October 2
Moselem Springs Golf Club – Monday, October 9
Sandy Run Country Club – Monday, October 16
Sept. 12 opening:
*Manufacturers’ Golf & Country Club – Monday, October 30
*Please note, priority registration will be given for the Manufacturers’ event. Due to a registration software error, registration for the 2022 Manufacturers’ event opened early and prevented members from signing up. As a reconciliation for that error, members that were immediately prevented from getting into the event were offered early access to this event in 2023.
The lottery process for entry into Member Play Days was eliminated in 2020. All events are first-come, first-serve. Players must create a Golf Genius account through GAP’s registration form to play in the event.
Members may also register for multiple events in one transaction by utilizing the “Cart” feature. To do this, just login to Golf Genius and then click “Add to Cart” from the event schedule page. Once you go to the checkout page, you can finalize the specifics for each registration. Please note that you are not guaranteed a spot in an event until you complete the payment process for that particular event, even if you have it in your cart.
GAP Member Play Days are open to all amateur GAP individual members, ages 19 or older, who have a valid USGA Handicap Index. After the previously announced merger in 2022, Delaware State Golf Association Members are eligible for all Member Play Days. Any GAP Member Play Days participant may register for up to four individuals.
Most Member Play Days use a net Stableford scoring system. Points are awarded for each hole based on a score relative to par. In a Stableford system event, once you meet your net limit, you can pick up, so there isn’t any pressure to complete every hole. Each Member Play Day event features either tee times or shotgun starts.
For more information, contact Jason Funderburg via phone (610-687-2340, ext. 0022) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Celebrating Amateur Golf since 1897, GAP, also known as the Golf Association of Philadelphia, is the oldest regional or state golf association in the United States. It serves as the principal ruling body of amateur golf in its region. The organization’s 340 Member Clubs and 100,000 individual members are spread across Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey and Maryland. The GAP’s mission is to promote, preserve and protect the game of golf.