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A change in format will allow more golfers to make the cut when the Jackson Masters golf tournament is played June 5-6 at the Country Club of Jackson.
In previous years when the 36-hole stroke play tournament employed a first-round cut, the low 25 and ties advanced to the second round. This year, the cut will be to the low 40 and ties if there are 50 or more entries. If there are fewer than 50 players, there will be no cut.
The 73rd edition of the Jackson Masters is open to all amateur golfers who are residents of Jackson County, as well as those who meet one of three criteria: They graduated from a Jackson County high school or college; previously played in a Jackson Masters or City Championship; or are employed in the county.
Entry fee is $120, or $75 for high school students. Registration can be made above under "Tournaments" and "Registration" and entry forms are available at the Country Club of Jackson, Cascades, Sharp Park, and Arbor Hills pro shops. Entry deadline is June 2 at 5 p.m.
Congratulations to Andrew Tindall for his victory in the Spring Thaw at Cascades Golf Course. Tindall shot 69-72--141 for his first major local victory, edging four-time champion Steve Maddalena by a stroke. Colin O'Connell and Mike Brockie tied for third at 144. See JTV's coverage of the event here: https://jtv.tv/tindall-wins-first-major-with-spring-thaw-victory/. See complete results above under "Tournaments" and "Results" and see the Player of the Year Honor Roll above under "Honor Roll."
Now on the "Tournaments" link above, the 2021 tournament schedule. See the link for the competitive schedules for men, women and juniors.
Recently updated on the "History" link above, the all-time results of the Jackson Masters. You can now view the scores for all tournaments since the Jackson Masters was started in 1949, along with the playing records for everyone who has appeared in the tournament, and all the tournament records. All scores and records are complete for the City Championship and Spring Thaw as well, and research continues on the other tournaments.