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2023 Wisconsin State Senior Open Player Info & Tee Times

Dear Players,

Located below you will find round one tee times and pairings for the 39th Wisconsin State Senior Open at Maple Bluff Country Club on Tuesday, September 5.

Before checking your tee time, we have several items for you to review.

1) MANDATORY ELECTRONIC SCORING – Every Player will be scoring the event electronically via our Wisconsin PGA App. You will need a smartphone or mobile device with internet in order to do so. We ask all players to come prepared and download the Wisconsin PGA App in advance. Players will be provided a paper scorecard as a backup in case of an electronic failure. At the conclusion of your round the WPGA staff will verbally confirm all scores. If you have an issue with a non-compatible device, please let us know in advance.

Check-In Codes for the scoring module will be sent out via text the morning of the first round.

Apple (Search for Wisconsin PGA in the App Store) –
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2) GOLF CARSOnly players will be allowed to ride in/on the golf cars. Golf Cars are mandatory and will be set up for two riders. No spectator golf cars. Unfortunately, due to the number of golf cars on hand, handicapped/disabled spectator carts most likely will not be available.

Golf car fees are included with your entry fee. Caddies are allowed however they must walk. If a player chooses they may walk along with their caddie, provided the player’s clubs are placed on the golf car and transported by a fellow competitor.

3) DRESS CODE – Players are allowed to wear Bermuda length shorts. Please make sure you and your caddie abide by the dress code rules FOUND HERE.

4) NO PLAYER REGISTRATION – Please arrive at your starting tee at least 5 minutes early for instructions.

5) LIMITED DISTANCE PRACTICE RANGE – Maple Bluff CC has a limited distance practice range, where you can only hit shorter irons. If you would like to hit longer clubs, please plan on stopping at another facility on your way to the club. Range balls are included in your entry fee.

6) FOOD & BEVERAGE – A cookout will be provided for all players at the conclusion of your round on Tuesday. Please note that the following players have paid for a cookout guest – Andrew Fix, Mark Hagenbach, Steve Krause, Troy Schmidt & Mick Smith. Any additional guest is a $30 charge.

During your round beverages and limited food will be available for purchase at the turn window and beverage cart. Maple Bluff will ONLY accept cash at these spots.

7) HOLE LOCATIONS & RULES SHEET – Paper copies will be available on the starting tee each day. In addition, the sheets will be posted on the tournament information page and be available in the Live Scoring Module of the App.

8) PACE OF PLAY EXPECTATION – 4 Hours and 34 Minutes. Any group not complying will be warned and timed if necessary.

9) WEATHER DELAYS – If play is delayed by weather the Wisconsin PGA will communicate with players via text message.

10) SPECTATORS are permitted. No restrictions, other than spectators should stay off to the side and keep up with the group they are following.

11) PRACTICE ROUNDS – As previously stated the final day to play practice rounds was today, August 29. The dates and available times have been posted on the event webpage since April 1.

12) OPTIONAL SKINS GAME – During registration players were able to opt in and pay for a $20 skins game. Any player that did not pay and enter during registration will receive a “last chance to enter” email on Wednesday. Payments must be received by 11:59 PM on Saturday. Any amateur winner will have the option for a direct deposit payment or a gift certificate to the Maple Bluff CC golf shop. Professional winners will receive a direct deposit payment.

13) STRACKALINE OFFER – Better your course knowledge by purchasing a StrackaLine Green Guide & Yardage Book. As a Wisconsin PGA tournament participant take advantage of a 20% discount at this link –


Questions – Please contact Chris Hoel at (414) 443-3572 or