Brighton Dale Links to host Men’s County Open

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Brighton Dale Links will play host to the 2011 Kenosha County Men’s Open Golf Tournament, July 29 through July 31.

They will kick things off with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. on Friday July 29 on the White Birch course. On Saturday July 30, they will shotgun again at 7 a.m. on the Blue Spruce Course. And finally on Sunday, July 31, they will start at 7 a.m. with straight tee times on the White Birch Course.

The field will be limited to 144 players. The field will be separated into different flights after the first two rounds based on the players scores. Prizes will be awarded for all flights and paid out in gift cards, unless the player is a professional.

Any resident of Kenosha County or any player that keeps a WSGA Handicap at a golf course in Kenosha County is eligible to enter. The entry fee for the tournament is $150 per player, which includes three 18-hole rounds of golf with cart and prize money. Carts are included in the entry fee, but not required to play. There will also be an optional skins game for an additional $25. High school players who are not eligible for prizes will have an entry fee of $125.

The deadline to enter is Wednesday, July 20. Entry forms may be picked up at either Brighton Dale Links or Petrifying Springs Golf Course or printed out at

For more information about the Kenosha County Men’s Open, visit Brighton Dale links website at or call 262-697-4653.

Brighton Dale complex is comprised of 45 championship golf holes. White Birch and Blue Spruce are 18- hole, par 72 layouts that measure 6,977 and 6,687 yards, respectively. Red Pine is a 9-hole, par 36 layout of over 3,500 yards. All 45 holes at Brighton Dale links offer distinctive variances featuring water, mature trees and hilly terrain along with well-manicured playing conditions. To reserve tee times call (262) 697-GOLF, and visit the for upcoming golf and events.

Brighton Dale Links is located in northwestern Kenosha County. Brighton Dale Park is adjacent to the Bong Recreation Area, just north of the intersection of Highways 75 and 142. Enter off of Highway 75.


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