Details

One of the hallmarks of the Illinois Open Series is our consistency from event to event. With each tournament being run the same as the last, players know what to expect when they decide to play in one of our events.

Divisions

Saturday Sunday
Open (MPO) Pro Women (FPO)
  Pro Masters (MPM)
Am II (MA2) Am I (MA1)
  Advanced Master (MM1)
  Advanced Grand Master (MG1)
  Advanced Sr Grand Master (MS1)
Am IV (MA4) Am III (MA3)
Am Women (FA2,FA4) Am Women (FA1, FA3)
  Juniors < 16 (MJ2, FJ2)

Please note in your planning that Rockford is the only one-day event in 2016.

*** IOS #75 Dave Pitner Memorial is part of the WGE. All Women's divisions are on Saturday for this event only! ***

A note on amateur divison names: The IOS team feels that the traditional division names (Advanced/Intermediate/Recreational/Novice) can be misleading. We will instead refer to them as AM I, AM II, AM III, and AM IV. See the FAQ page for more info.

Entry Fees

Pro - $50
Am - $30
Jr - $20 (Trophy Only)
Proof of current PDGA membership or $10 non-member fee required
Junior divisions are exempt from the membership requirements.
Discount fees: Half-in for Pro divisions ($25), Trophy Only for Am divisions ($20).

Pre-registration for all events closes at midnight on Thursday before the event. If spaces are still available, new registrations will be taken before 8:30am the morning of the event, but will be subject to a an extra $5 walk-up fee.

Optional Items

Participation in the Ace Pot and cash CTPs is optional. Players can sign up for these at checkin (monies are not collected in advance for these side games).

$3 Ace Pot
$2 50/50 Cash CTP - Proceeds go towards series trophies.

Schedule

7:30am-8:30am Check-in and Registration at the course
8:45am - Players meeting
9:15am - First round
Hour break for lunch
Hour after last card from first round - Second round.

15 minutes after last card from second round - Prizes/Awards

The lunch break will end 1 hour from the last card being turned in. Don't be late. We will get started on time.  to be notified of the second round time once it has been set.

Check-in is required. If you are late for check-in, there is a chance that your spot could be sold. Do not try to phone/email/message/text the tournament staff during check-in to say that you will be late. They are busy taking care of the players who are present.