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Country Club of Ocala accepting entrants for 21st annual MGA Bubba Open

The Country Club of Ocala is accepting entrants for its 21st annual MGA Bubba Open on Saturday, September 14. The tournament will be held at the Country Club of Ocala, located at 6823 SE 12th Circle.

The format of the tournament is an individual scramble. Players may replay any shot that they desire, but must continue to play the second ball. There is a one-replay per putting green, per hole limitation. The field will be flighted based on the total number of entrants.

All players under the age of 55 will play from the green tees, while all players 55 and older will play from the white tees. All players that are 70 and older will be allowed to play from the yellow tees. Participants may move to a longer tee if desired. The handicap adjustment from the green tees will be 75%, from the white tees 65%, and from the yellow tees 55%.

The deadline to register is September 12. All those interested in registering may call the club at (352) 237-6644 (Ext. 1), or by emailing [email protected].

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