Indianapolis

The City Tour will run 1 team-based golf tournaments in Indianapolis for amateur golfers of all skill levels. Sign up your team or register as an individual today.
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Tournament Schedule

Prices include cart, range, a sleeve of Srixon Z-Star balls, tee gifts, and awards. City Tour does not charge membership fees.
Aug 10
The Links at Rising Star Casino Resort
Rising Sun, IN
Saturday, Aug 10th | 10:27 am
$105.00
$85.00
Early bird price
2019 City Tour Championship
August 30th - September 1st
Pinehurst resort city championship
Pinehurst Resort
Pinehurst, NC
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Player Spotlight
Amalia Emma
Chicago City Tour Player
“I recently played a nextgengolf tournament for the Chicago tour. I signed up as a free agent, and my team was very welcoming. This tournament was a great opportunity to play with others who appreciate the game of golf as much as I do. Thank you Mark and Matt for putting on a fun tournament!”
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About City Tour

City Tour offers local and national competition with a low commitment—each city holds one weekend event (Saturday or Sunday) per month during the summer, and the best teams from both formats will qualify to represent their city at the City Tour Championship in the Fall. Our player base is made up of college teammates, co-workers, high school friends, former champions, golfers new to a city, and everything in-between. All swings are welcome.
Teams
City tour team play
Each team has 2–3 pairs. We'll help fill out your team if you don't have enough people, or match you to a team if you're signing up as a free agent.
Format
City tour format
Decide how competitive you're feeling. The formats available are Best Ball (more serious) and Scramble (more relaxed).
Scoring
City tour scoring
Final scores are tallied using scores from the two best pairs on your team. If your team does well enough, you'll qualify for the City Championship!
Format & Rules
Tournaments are based on team play rather than individual competition, and don’t require handicaps. All events are sanctioned under USGA rules, although local course rules do apply. Please visit the Rules and Eligibility page for complete rules and eligibility information.
Cost
City Tour tournaments are held on Saturdays or Sundays at high-end public venues, semi-private, or private courses and cost between $75–$110 per event. There are no membership fees or additional costs for City Tour.
Promise
You can expect a professionally run event with great people and the opportunity to network with golfers 21 and older in your city.
Championship
The top teams in each format in each city will qualify for the City Tour Championship in September 2018. Teams may qualify for the City Championship with a Wild Card bid as well. Check out the Rules and Eligibility page for more information.
Awards
Top team and pair prizes. Longest drive and closest to pin contests. Cash prizes through optional skins game. Top teams qualify for the National Championship
Swag
All players receive a tee gift including a sleeve of Srixon Z-Star premium golf balls, tees, ball markers, and more.
Still have questions? Click here to view our FAQ, or feel free to contact Mike Devlin at devlin@nextgengolf.org / (617) 990-6351
City tour buddies

Indianapolis City Ambassador

Nextgengolf City Ambassadors are backbone of the City Tour. These leaders represent Nextgengolf locally in over 20 cities across the country, and work tirelessly to help us bring the best social golf experiences to you.
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Michael Devlin
Mike manages the City Tour and will be helping conduct tournaments in Indy in 2019.

About the Indianapolis City Tour

The state of Indiana is quietly home to several championship caliber golf courses, including Crooked Stick and French Lick Resort, but the city of Indianapolis can more than hold its own. Indianapolis golf is home to one of the more unique courses in the country, the Brickyard. The course has 14 holes surrounding the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and four holes in the race track infield. The courses and a huge young professional and college student population, make Indianapolis a natural fit for the City Tour.