The International Senior Golf Championship

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The International Senior Team Golf Championship by Age Groups

Presented by The

Puerto Rico Senior Golf League, Inc.

September 2009

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Seniors Team Championship  The Puerto Rico Senior Golf League, Inc. is a non for profit corporation, organized under the laws of Puerto Rico.

 The League was founded in 1998 with the objective of promoting golf for the seniors and the general population in the Island.

 The League organizes over 30 tournaments every year for its members. 4

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Seniors Team Championship  In addition we run an Interclub Match Play competition that includes eleven of the golf clubs in the Island.

 From the original 59 Founding Members we have grown to over 1,200 members in all Puerto Rico.

 The League is affiliated to the Puerto Rico Golf Association, the governing body of golf in the Island.

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Seniors Team Championship  During the Puerto Rico Open celebrated last year, the League provided 62 volunteers to the PGA.

 In 2009 we will continue our support to the Puerto Rico Open with additional volunteers.

 In 2004, during the International Golf Federation World Amateur Golf Team Championship (WAGC) we provided 55 volunteers to the IGF. 6

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Seniors Team Championship  Executive Committee of the Puerto Rico Senior Golf League, Inc.

 Jaime Torres, President Emeritus   Antonio L. Rosado, President & Treasurer Angel Colón, Vice President   Ricardo Flores Borgos, Secretary Emilio Casellas, Executive Director 7

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Seniors Team Championship  The International Seniors Golf Team Championship is by age group, as follows:  50-54 years Tecas   55-59 years Caobos 60-64 years Robles   65-69 years Guayacanes 70+ years Ausubos   Age as August 31, 2009 Note: The categories are named after trees grown in the Island (ie. Youngest tree TECA, oldest AUSUBO) 8

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 September, 8-13 2009  Three (3) rounds of golf  USGA Rules will apply (USGA Rule Books will be provided to each participant)  Stroke play  Gross scores  The best four (4) scores of five (5) players in Team  Maximum two (2) teams per country 9

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Seniors Team Championship  Individual Championship  September 8-13 2009  Three (3) rounds of golf  USGA Rules will apply  Gross and Net scores (

over three [3] rounds of play

)   Three (3) gross prizes Three (3)net prizes (Must present official Handicap Index from participating country (Club or Association) 10

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Seniors Team Championship  Entry Fees & Hotel Accommodations (

Option I

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for players arriving Wednesday, September 9 th , 2009

, include:  4 night Hotel Accommodations, Practice round, Three rounds of competition, All Breakfasts and Lunches,1 Welcome Cocktail Party, 2 Dinners (Typical Puerto Rican and the Gala Banquet), Prizes, Official Tournament Polo and Cap, Goodie Bag and Ground Transportation from and to Airport. (

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)  Entry Fees and Hotel Accommodations (

Option II

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for players arriving Tuesday, September 8 th , 2009

, include:  5 night Hotel Accommodations, 2 Practice rounds, Three rounds of competition, All Breakfasts and Lunches,1 Welcome Cocktail Party, 2 Dinners (Typical Puerto Rican and the Gala Banquet), Prizes, Official Tournament Polo and Cap, Goodie Bag and Ground Transportation from and to Airport. (

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Seniors Team Championship  Entry fees and Hotel Accommodations:   Golfers Single: (Option I) US $1,200 (Option II) US $1,400 Golfer Single with Companion: (Option I) $1,500 (Option II) US $1,800      Golfer Double Occupancy: (Option I) US $900 each (Option II) US $1,100 each.

Single Non Player: (Option I) $900 (Option II) US $1,100 Double Occupancy Non-Players: (Option I) US $600 each (Option II) US $800 each  Inscription & Reservation Deadline: August 1 st , 2009 12

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Seniors Team Championship  Location  Hotel Ponce Hilton, in Ponce Puerto Rico  The Golf Venue   Costa Caribe Golf & Tennis Club (27 holes) First Island Green in Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Senior Golf League, Inc.

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Ponce

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Seniors Team Championship  With a population of 194,636, Ponce is Puerto Rico's second largest city (San Juan is the first and Mayaguez is the third). Ponce is known as "La Perla del Sur" (Pearl of the South) and "La Ciudad de los Leones" (City of Lions). Ponce was founded in 1692 by Juan Ponce de León's great-grandson, Loíza Ponce de León. 15

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The 27th Hole at Costa Caribe GC facing the Caribbean Sea

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The Island Green

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Puerto Rico’s First Island Green (Hole #12 at Costa Caribe GC )

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Chipping & Putting Green at Costa Caribe GC

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Costa Caribe’s 18 th Hole facing Muertos Island

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Costa Caribe’s Club House Pool

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Seniors Team Championship  Every evening will be charged with exciting activities joined by the largest Casino in the area.

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– Invitees

 North America  Canada  USA  Mexico  Central America   Costa Rica Panama  Asia  Dubai 22

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23  South American Senior Golf Association    Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay Venezuela

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24  Caribbean Golf Association      Bahamas, Barbados, Caymans Islands Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos US Virgin Islands Organization of Eastern Caribbean States

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 European Golf Association  Germany, Hungary, Luxembourg, Romania  Netherlands, Slovakia, Switzerland, Croatia  Cyprus, France, Greece, Israel, Italy, Malta  Kazakhstan, Portugal, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain  England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Finland  Iceland, Norway, Poland, Russia, Turkey  Denmark, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Sweden  Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic 25

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Seniors Team Championship     Main Activities (Preliminary) Friday - Puerto Rican Salsa Fiesta Dinner  Hosted by the Mayor of Ponce, be sure to bring your dancing shoes to enjoy complimentary salsa lessons during this most anticipated dinner party.

Saturday - Golf Legends Awards Banquet  Enjoy a fantastic event and share a moment with Puerto Rico’s Golf Hall of Fame members.

Sunday - Bloody Farewell  As our Russian friends would say, enjoy a warm farewell breakfast with Bloody Mary Cocktails to toast for a great week of new found friends.

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Seniors Team Championship Daily Program (Preliminary)             

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009 (Option I)

7 AM-12 PM - Arrival and Registration at Tournament Desk in main lobby 1 PM - Practice Round for registered players

Wednesday, September 9 th , 2009 (Option II)

7 AM Breakfast at Hotel (Option II arrivals) 7 AM-12 PM - Arrival and Registration at Tournament Desk in main lobby 1 PM - Practice Round for registered players 8 PM - Bomba Cocktail with Vejigantes

Thursday, September 10 th , 2009

6-8 AM - Breakfast for players at Golf Club House 9 AM - 1st Round of Official play Noon - Lunch at Club House Restaurant Evening FREE 28

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Seniors Team Championship  Daily Program (Preliminary)  Friday, September 11th, 2009    6-8am - Breakfast for players at Golf Club House 9am - 2nd Round of Official play 8pm - Puerto Rico Salsa Fiesta Dinner  Hotel Pool Arena  Saturday, September 12th    6-8am - Breakfast for players at Golf Club House 9am - 3rd and last Round of Official play 7pm - Golf Legends Awards Banquet  Main Ballroom 29

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Seniors Team Championship  Daily Program (Preliminary)  Sunday, September 13th  6am-12m - Bloody Mary Farewell at Hotel Breakfast Salon  10am - Sponsors Golf Tournament followed by raffles and cocktail  Golf Club House Restaurant 30

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Seniors Team Championship Country: Player Name (first, last): # of Non Playing Guests: Age on Sept 09: City: Country: Zip or Country Code: Contact: Handicap Index: Telephone: Fax: Email Address: Polo Size: Mobile: S M L XL XXL  Please complete the information at the left and fax it to the Puerto Rico Senior Golf League 1-787-977-2310 (One [1] per player]  Teams from each country must must send five completed forms (2 teams maximum) prior to August 1 st , 2009  Individual Players shall submit entry form and payment prior to August 1 st , 2009  Also teams and players may be able to register and send the corresponding amount for the Entry Fee and Hotel Accommodations to our WEB SITE at www.ligadegolfseniorpr.org

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Endorsed by:

   The Puerto Rico Golf Association (PRGA) The Caribbean Golf Association (CGA) The South American Senior Golf Association 32

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Seniors Team Championship  Contact information:  Website: www.ligadegolfseniorpr.org

 Electronic Mail: [email protected]

 Fax: 1-787-977-2310  Emilio Casellas 1-787-402-7904  Antonio Rosado 1-787-310-3522 33

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Seniors Team Championship  Thanks for your support to golf and to the Puerto Rico Senior Golf League. See you in Ponce, Puerto Rico in September, 2009.

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