News & Multimedia

Brickyard Crossing Hosts $150,000 Pro Golf Tourney This Week

The Brickyard Crossing Golf Course will host 150 professional golfers from around the country July 3-6 in the 2012 Golfweek National Professional Golf Tournament, with Golfweek National Pro Tour players competing for a $150,000 event purse and a $21,000 winner’s share.

Admission is free to the tournament. The first two rounds take place Tuesday, July 3 and Wednesday, July 4, with the field cut to the top 60 players plus ties for the final two rounds Thursday, July 5 and Friday, July 6.

The Golfweek National Pro Tour is a developmental system designed to prepare male players from the entry level to the PGA Tour.

Brickyard Crossing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, designed by renowned golf course architect Pete Dye, is a public course available for play seven days per week. It includes four holes inside the world-famous IMS oval and 14 holes adjacent to the backstretch of the racetrack.

The course has earned many honors, including recent designation as one of “2010 Golfweek’s Best Courses You Can Play.” The course also has been voted as one of America’s top 100 public golf courses by Golf Digest and Golfweek.

Tee times can be made by calling (317) 492-6417 or online at www.brickyardcrossing.com. Tee times may be made 30 days in advance and must be secured with a major credit card.
 

Show More Show Less
Now Viewing
Brickyard Crossing Hosts $150,000 Pro Golf Tourney This Week
 
Brickyard Crossing Hosts $150,000 Pro Golf Tourney This Week
The Brickyard Crossing Golf Course will host 150 professional golfers from around the country July 3-6 in the 2012 Golfweek National Professional Golf Tournament, with Golfweek National Pro Tour players competing for a $150,000 event purse and a $21,000 winner’s share.
Read More
Related Media
Ryan Hunter-Reay
 
Hunter-Reay Prepares For The Race of Champions
Hunter-Reay and Busch, Andretti Autosport teammates for the Indy 500 in May, will represent the U.S. in the Nations Cup competition.
Read More
Ryan Hunter-Reay
 
The Man Behind The Faces on Borg-Warner Trophy
So many winners have kept him company in his North Carolina studio because Behrends morphs one race champion to another from the same clay he’s been using since the beginning of the project.
Read More
Ryan Hunter-Reay with his son Ryden Hunter-Reay
 
Hunter-Reay's Likeness Unveiled on Borg-Warner Trophy
Ryan Hunter-Reay experienced one of the greatest spoils of victory for winning the 2014 Indianapolis 500 by seeing his likeness on the famed Borg-Warner Trophy during an unveiling ceremony today at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum.
Read More
Alexander Rossi
 
Rossi Shifts Focus To America
With F1 becoming a difficult place to secure a full-time ride, Rossi began actively pursuing IndyCar opportunities a few months ago and has been proactive throughout the process.
Read More
Ryan Hunter-Reay
 
Double Points On Tap Again For 2015 Indianapolis 500
Double points for the 99th Indianapolis 500 Mile Race and an elimination of the standing start for the 2015 Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis are among the sporting and technical regulations that comprise the 2015 Verizon IndyCar Series rulebook issued to teams.
Read More
Items 1 - 5 of 870
Reserve one of our hospitality suites for your next event!
To start planning your event at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway please fill out our Information Request Form or contact Phil Sparks at (317) 492-6463 or email at psparks@brickyard.com.
Latest Tweets
RT @FirestoneRacing: Today's trivia question: When @RyanHunterReay won the 2014 #Indy500 he became Firestone’s ___ Indy 500 winner? #IndyCar
about 14 hours ago