Round 2 of the 2023 World Am Q School teed off Tuesday in Myrtle Beach with more than 400 players from 34 states, Canada and Mexico in great spirits in their quest for their share of $10,000 in prizes.
True Blue, Sandpiper Bay, Wachesaw Plantation East and The Dye Course at Barefoot Resort welcomed golfers Tuesday for second-rond action, on the heels of Burning Ridge, International Club, Shaftesbury Glen and the Hackler Course at Coastal Carolina University hosting Monday’s rounds. Eagle Nest, Caledonia, Rivers Edge and Founders Club at Pawleys Island round out the full course lineup as they host Wednesday’s final round.
The event is an individual net stroke play competition played over three days and 54 holes, flighted by handicap regardless of gender or age. The top three finishers in each flight receive a trophy, with the first- through 10th-place overall finishers earning complimentary and discounted entries into the 2023 PlayGolfMyrtleBeach.com World Amateur Handicap Championship in August 2023.
If you’re competing this week, you can keep tabs on overall standings, skins game and closest-to-the-pin results by clicking here.