2018 Quill Cup - presented by: Adams, Jenkins and Cheatham

The 2018 Quill Cup compromises both competitive and recreational players in a (5) event series that coincide with significant events on the PGA Tour, including 3 of golf’s Majors, the prestigious Players Championship, and year-end Tour Championship. 

The 2018 Schedule:

May 7-13  

The Players Championship, presented by Passion Academy

July 30-Aug 5  World Golf Challenge @ Independence 
Format:  Individual Stroke Play with PGA Tour Partner Combo

Reignite the traditional net stroke play format and select a professional partner playing in 
the PGA Tour's WGC Bridgestone-Invitational.  

-WGC Prizes-

1st:  $300 gift card + 2 Torque Club Passes to the Richmond Raceway Fall race.
2nd: $150 gift card 
3rd:  $50 gift card 

Aug 13-19  IGC Championship, presented by 
Format:  Best Ball (2-Man)
Pick your favorite golfing buddy or call in a ringer!
This is The Quill Cup's 2-Man Championship with net best ball scoring  

Sept 3-9  Lexus Championship
Format:  Play it Forward
Beat the heat and more birdies! All Senior male players 50 and over play the Green Tees.
Men 49 and under play the Grey tees, and ladies play the Red tees  

Sept 24-30  Quill Cup Tour Championship
Format:  Individual Stroke Play
If you're going to be the best, you gotta beat the best. Test your mettle in the year-end Championship. 


Weekly Prizes, compliments of our Tournament Sponsor: Adams, Jenkins and Cheatham, will be awarded to 1st, 2nd & 3rd Places. Quill Cup Points will be awarded to players based on their finish position in the same fashion as the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup. GRAND PRIZE Winner of The Quill Cup will receive a spot in the Dominion Energy Charity Classic Pro-AM. 

1.  All players will also earn Quill Cup points for participating in weekly events – regardless of finish – defined as a ‘playing bonus’

2.  For each additional event in which a player competes, the player will receive the ‘playing bonus’ multiplied by the number of events played. For 2nd event, player will earn playing bonus x 2, and so on for the increasing number of events played. For playing in all 5 events – a player would receive a playing bonus x 5.

3.  ‘Gimmes’- Putts within "the leather" (defined by red paint on the flagstick) will be good

4. Handicap gouging – Following each round, IGC Director of Golf, will evaluate participants stated handicaps to ensure gouging is kept to a minimum