2013 Membership Information
The Adams Golf Pro Tour Series is open to any professional or amateur golfer who is 17 years of age or older AND has a player ID (membership levels and player ID information are below). Amateurs must have a handicap of 5 or less. Players are assumed to be pros unless stated otherwise on the entry form. The Adams Golf Pro Tour Series reserves the right to refuse participation to anyone.
2013 Membership Levels & Player ID
To participate in any Adams Golf Pro Tour Series event, you must have a Player ID and password. To aquire an ID and password, you must choose from one of the following membership options.
Registration is ONLY done on-line. Memberships are non-refundable after March 8, 2013.
Full Members Receive:
Non-Members and Amateurs Receive:
Regular Event Purses
Featured Event Guaranteed Purses
2013 Member Bonuses
Now $2,250 up for grabs each week! Here is how you can earn extra money each week;
Day Money - Round Two
$750 weekly bonus for the low eligible member score during round two of the tournament. The amount gets bumped to $1,000 if the pro participated in the Easy Million program and wears his number.
Eligible winners will receive a $1000 bonus if you win an Adams Golf Pro Tour Series event during the 2013 regular season. The amount gets bumped to $1,250 if the pro participated in the Easy Million program and wears his number.
Eligibility is Simple
Eligible players must be a current member of the Adams Golf Pro Tour, wear an Adams Golf hat (on course and in profile picture) and play two Adams Golf clubs - one of which needs to be a Hybrid. Easy as that!
The Easy Million program and hat are a part of Adams Golf’s 2013 marketing campaign. To get involved, you need to participate in their Hit It, Share It, Wear It Easy Million program. Aaron Baddeley’s number is 35, Robert Garrigus - 11, Eric Meierdierks - 49!. What’s your number?
If you have any questions, please contact our offices at 972-535-0514. We will host a members meeting at our first event to cover programs such as these.
If you have any questions, please contact our offices at 972-535-0514.
We will host a members meeting at our first event to cover programs such as these.
12-1 Seeing Ball; Searching For Ball
a. Searching for or Identifying Ball Covered by Sand
If the player's ball lying anywhere on the course is believed to be covered by sand, to the extent that he cannot find or identify it, he may, without penalty, touch or move the sand in order to find or identify the ball. If the ball is found and identified as his, the player must re-create the lie as nearly as possible by replacing the sand. If the ball is moved during the touching or moving of sand while searching for or identifying the ball, there is no penalty; the ball must be replaced and the lie re-created.
In re-creating a lie under this Rule, the player is permitted to leave a small part of the ball visible.