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Wendy's Spring Open golf tourney set for May 1-2

The fourth annual Wendys Spring Open Golf Tournament is quickly approaching.

Hosted by Austin Peay and the Clarksville Golf Association in support of APSU athletics, the 36-hole tourney will be played Saturday (18 holes)-Sunday (18 holes), May 1-2, at Eastland Green Golf Course in Clarksville. It also serves as the first tournament of the year in the Mann, Smith and Cummings Tournament of Champions series.

Entry fee for the tourney will be $100, including green fees (cart not included), hole-in-one, long-drive and putting contests.
The fourth annual Wendy's Spring Open Golf Tournament is quickly approaching.

Hosted by Austin Peay and the Clarksville Golf Association in support of APSU athletics, the 36-hole tourney will be played Saturday (18 holes)-Sunday (18 holes), May 1-2, at Eastland Green Golf Course in Clarksville. It also serves as the first tournament of the year in the Mann, Smith and Cummings Tournament of Champions series.

Entry fee for the tourney will be $100, including green fees (cart not included), hole-in-one, long-drive and putting contests.

Entries are open to all amateurs and professionals. However, players must meet eligibility requirements to receive tournament-of-championship points. The first 172 paid entries will comprise the tourney field. Rob Long is the defending tourney champion.

All entries should be mailed to the Clarksville Golf Association, P.O. Box 289, Clarksville, TN 37041-0289. All checks should be made payable to the CGA. Entries can be found at the local golf pro shops, APSU athletics and the University's advancement and development offices. In addition, interested individuals can go online at both the WJZM-AM 1400 (www.14jzm@wjzm.com) and Austin Peay (www.apsu.edu/letsgopeay) Web sites for the entry form.

For more tourney information, telephone APSU Golf Coach Mark Leroux at 7647.
—Brad Kirtley