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Editor's Choice: The Alameda Commuters at Corica Park

Editor's Choice: The Alameda Commuters at Corica Park

April brings the Azaleas into bloom in Georgia, as the first "major" of the year gets underway. In Alameda, California, another 72-hole golf tournament with officials wearing green jackets takes place. They were doing so before the members of the course in Augusta started doing so in 1934. Any amateur golfer with a handicap of 5.0 or less can enter the72-hole Championship Division. There is also a Senior, and Super Senior Alameda Commuters held April 21-22. Entry information for all divisions can be found at www.alamedacommuters.com. A PDF entry form for the Championship Division can be accessed here. The tournament venue is the Corica Park South Course, designed by Rees Jones. The course has garnered player and media accolades since its opening in 2018 -- for example Golf Digest ranked the South Course the 5th best public course in America. The Alameda Commuters is an NCGA and WAGR points event, and an AmateurGolf.com "Editor's Choice" for its history, venue, hospitality, and quality of competition.  EVENT DETAILS AND SCHEDULE Championship Division - April 18 and 19: 192 player field; cut to 60 and ties that play April 25 and 26. Senior Division - April 21 and 22: Players aged 55 and over may enter Super Senior Division - April 21 and 22: Players age 65 and over may enter

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