Chambers Bay Solstice
Sunday, July 26, 2020
A Golf Marathon Benefitting Local First Tee Chapters
Thank you for your interest in the Chambers Bay Solstice, a 54+ hole marathon event designed to challenge your golf skill and endurance while raising funds to benefit First Tee of Seattle and First Tee of South Puget Sound. Chambers Bay, home to the 2015 US Open, presents a unique challenge; it combines a traditional links layout with elevation change and dramatic views to test your legs and willpower over this dawn to dusk event.
Our committee is closely monitoring the guidelines provided for events and the golf industry, and while we are committed to hosting this event on the scheduled date, we will also remain flexible given the need for safety and compliance with state and local authorities and directives. With any updates or changes, all those registered will be notified immediately.
Date: Sunday, July 26, 2020
Format: 54+ hole stroke play, with individual and two-person team contests across three rounds (individually and combined) with net and gross prizes. Also included are KPs and recognition for those who surpass the 54-hole goal. Other contests and side games will be announced in advance.
Field: 128 players across five divisions - Open, Ladies, Juniors, Seniors, and Super Seniors
What's included: Your entry fee includes greens fees, push/pull cart use, and range fee along with marathon-appropriate food and beverages supplied at support stations throughout the course. At the conclusion of competition there will be an acknowledgement to the players, volunteers, staff, and sponsors for their incredible effort and contribution.
Caddie services are available for individual rounds or longer at $100 per player per round. Chambers Bay is a walking-only facility.
ENTRY FEE: $449 per player (+ tax)
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: $399 per player (+ tax)
All player registration must go through the online registration process on this site. All other inquiries will be directed back to the online form. Payment in the full amount is due at the time of registration.
ENTRY DEADLINE: July 5th!
Early registration is highly recommended. This event is limited to 128 players. Registration is on a first come, first served basis. If you want to play, register well before the deadline. No late entries will be accepted. Only a small waitlist will be kept to fill the field in the event of cancellations.
CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellation is allowed prior to the entry deadline, but may be subject to a $35 fee. Refunds cannot be granted for cancellation beyond the entry deadline. If you need to cancel, please email us.
All proceeds benefit local chapters of the First Tee! In addition to your entry fee, you'll have the chance to raise even more through your pledge campaign.
The suggested goal is $250 per player, which sponsors one youth for a full season of First Tee programming. Information on how to build your PledgeIt campaign to raise donations will be provided to all registered players and teams.
There will be special recognition for top Individual and Team fundraisers.
If you or your company would like to sponsor this event, we would love to speak with you! Please contact our team for details.
PLAY IT SAFE PLEDGE
All golfers, volunteers, and staff will need to work together to follow the event guidelines as mandated by state and local health officials regarding social distancing, avoiding congestion points, and helping staff to maintain a low-touch and clean playing environment. More details will be provided closer to the event date. We appreciate your cooperation!
Players will receive a series of email updates regarding event details, fundraising campaign coaching, tips on preparing for the big hike, notes from First Tee chapters, food and hydration reminders, available side games, pairings information, starting time reminders, and driving directions.
Information will be provided to registered players regarding special offers through Chambers Bay and First Tee partners, along with a special rate for a practice round.
Director of Programs & Development
First Tee of Greater Seattle