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Dothan CC, Home of Future Masters Golf, Hosts Red Hills Sept. 29

Dothan CC is home to the Press Thornton Future Masters Golf Tournament which takes place each summer in Dothan, AL.  It is one of the most prestiguous junior tournaments in the world. An impressive list of golfing greats who have competed in the tournament continues to grow – greats like Masters Champion  Bubba Watson to Stewart Cink and Harris English, just to name a few. The Future Masters has become a proving ground for golf's brightest junior stars. Red Hills players are able to play this wonderful layout again as part of our 2012 season. Please be sure to sign up early as we expect this event to sell out.  There are limited spots available.

Event Fee: $65 for 18-holers, $45 for 9 holers. Click here to register now!

Tee times: Saturday, Sept. 29. Tee times start after noon CST (Dothan time)

Signup deadline:  Midnight, Wed. Sept 26

PRACTICE ROUNDS: Practice rounds are available by calling the Dothan CC Pro Shop at 334-792-8255.   Practice round fees: $25 for 9-holers, $50 for 18-holers (cart fees are $10/$20).

YARDAGE GUIDE  Click here to download yardage guide.

Food Availability: there will be food available for players and spectators.  Players will be provided vouchers as we normally do, and bottled water and snacks will be available. If you want to bring extra food and snacks please feel free to do so.

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