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TWO ROUNDS OF “CHAMPIONSHIP” GOLF

EVEN MORE GOLF AVAILABLE FOR RICH PEOPLE (Up to four rounds)

AVERAGE SCORE IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF 103

216 MEDIOS IN 2017

THURSDAY NIGHT PARTY (unofficial parties on tue, wed, fri and sat too)

The MGA World Championship is a two-round, individual stroke-play tournament where we Belt the greatest mediocre golfer in the world. For most of us, this is our one and only chance to win a World Championship. Do not let this opportunity pass you by. Make time for this. Make the commitment. Make a fool of yourself in Vegas.

The first MGAWC was held in 2009 and had 30-ish players. Since then, it has grown in size and stature with every passing season. Last year we had 216 players on 36 holes. This is #THETENTH MGAWC and we expect our biggest field ever to celebrate this momentous occasion.

The average score at the event has been right around 103 the last two years, so yea, you’re “good” enough to compete. Our 2017 Champ Matt Ittner shot a 98 in round 2 and still won!! You can view past results HERE.

Let’s clear one thing up though; your golf scores shouldn’t have a whole lot to do with your desire to attend. This is an event. A gathering. A global summit of like-minded people who like to golf and party. Don’t miss it!

2017 Mediocre Golf World Champion. From Spokane. MATT ITTNER!!

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