The field will consist of 80 teams with the lowest combined USGA Handicap Indexes. The format is 54 holes of four-ball stroke play, with the field cut to the low 40 teams and ties after 36 holes.
Last year, Wes Spannuth of Brunswick and Corey Murrell of Kingsland erased a late deficit, shooting 9-under-par 63 in the final round (20-under 196 total) to win the Four-Ball Championship by three shots at Doublegate Country Club in Albany.
Eligible players must enter through the GSGA website at www.gsga.org by clicking the Online Registration link. The deadline for entry is Wednesday, April 13.
The entry period is also currently open for the Georgia Amateur Championship (through May 11).
Any questions regarding GSGA competitions may be directed to the Rules and Competitions Department at 770-955-4272 or 800-949-4742, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.