One of the largest handicapped amateur tournaments in the nation
Entering its 16th year of competition, the Mesquite Amateur is one of the largest handicapped amateur tournaments in the nation. Located in Mesquite, Nevada, which is established along the northern edge of the Mojave Desert and near the southern edges of the Great Basin, all seven courses provide distinct, challenging styles of desert, arroyo, vista, and canyon play.
The Mesquite Amateur consists of a five-day 54-hole, net, stroke play tournament. Participants compete against a field of players with a similar handicap. There is also a practice round held on the first day of the event (Practice round is not included in entry and the individual must make their own practice round arrangements).
Finalist rankings will be determined by comparing the three-day cumulative score. The top four participants from each flight will compete in the 18-hole championship round at the CasaBlanca Golf Club. USGA rules will govern the play.