Posts Tagged ‘Golden Tee tournaments’

The Missouri Open from an Amateur’s Perspective

By • Updated: Feb 25th, 2017 • Category: Features, Miscellaneous

Well I’m back from the 3rd official Golden Tee Tournament in which I participated! Following is a summary of how things shook down for me, and then I’ll list off some new lessons learned from tournament play! This event took place at Teachers Billiards, a sports bar/pool hall in the suburb of St. Peters, west […]



Why You Don’t Play Well in Tournaments

By • Updated: Sep 7th, 2011 • Category: Features, Improvement

Many of you may have recently played in a big Golden Tee tournament featuring some of the best players in the game.  While you never expected to compete with these guys, you expected to at least hold your own, because you know your ability.  But then qualifying is a disaster, and then you find yourself […]



How to host an 8-man tourney at any bar in 8 hours!

By • Updated: Jul 17th, 2009 • Category: Contests and prizes, Features, Upcoming Tournaments

Well I’m fresh off hosting my first local tournament, and it went really well! Due to availability and money constraints, we had to do everything over a Sunday afternoon, but we were able to come up with a format that worked great for everyone! Here are the rules I posted for our tournament, which was […]



The Missouri Open – Lessons Learned

By • Updated: May 5th, 2009 • Category: Features, Miscellaneous

With this being the 3rd tourney in which I’ve participated, I should know better than to make some of the mistakes that I did. In this post I’ll break those down and give you the advice so that you may be able to avoid some of them when you get into a tournament! 1) Get […]