Named after O. Gordon Brewer Jr., a two-time U.S. Senior Amateur Champion, this three-day event consists of a one-day, 18-hole stroke-play qualifier followed by match play for the Top 16 players in the Senior Flight and the Top 8 players for the Super Seniors. The inaugural Brewer Cup was at Huntingdon Valley Country Club where Mr. Brewer has been a longtime member.
18-hole individual gross stroke play qualifying on first day. There are two divisions, Senior (age 55 and above) and Super-Senior (age 65 and above). A Super-Senior may play in the Senior Division if he wishes to, but must declare that on his entry and play from the same tees as the rest of the Senior Division. 18-Hole, individual matches all other days. There are two rounds of matches on the second and third days for Senior Division. In the Super-Senior Division there will be two rounds of matches on day two with the final match being played in the afternoon on day 3.
Open to Member Club golfers who are 55 years of age as of the first day of the championship. Seniors must have a USGA index of 7.0 or lower. Super-Seniors must have a USGA index of 7.0 or less.
AGE LIMIT min: 55 ROUNDS min: 10 HCP INDEX min: -6 max: 7 Sr. Tees max: 7
For the first day the field of 100 players will consist of those entered and those exempt players who have entered. For the second day 16 players will qualify for match play in the Senior Division, while 8 players will qualify for match play in the Super-Senior Division. 36 spots will be reserved for the Super-Senior Division.
Practice rounds are available almost anytime. You must call to reserve a tee time 610-777-9705. The practice round fee is $50 and includes your cart fee. Payment option is credit card.
Foursomes for stroke play and twosomes for match play.
9:00 AM shotgun for stroke play qualifying. 8:00 AM tee times for match play.
Automotive transportation is permitted in this event. Cart or Caddie is required.
Senior Division winner, runner-up and semi-finalists. Super Senior Division - winner and runner-up.
Match play by sudden death. Playoff for qualifying positions.