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Fantasy Golf

Golfin’ in the Carolinas- ain’t nothin’ finer. Stroll on down to 3700 Gleneagles Rd in Charlotte, North Carolina and you’ll find Quail Hollow Club, home of the Wells Fargo Championship. Since it’s original design in 1961 by architect George Cobb, Quail Hollow has undergone a series of improvements and modifications including work by Arnold Palmer in 1986, and Tom Fazio in 1997. The course beautifully captivates the challenging terrain of the Piedmont region throughout it’s 257+ acres. Past victors who are playing in the 2013 event include Lucas Glover, Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler, Jim Furyk, Sean O’Hair, Vijay Singh, and David Toms. It’s anyone’s game; may the best golfer win.

How to Play:

1. Enter your information below
2. Choose your foursome by selecting ONE player from each column (A, B, C & D)
3. Select your entry for the winning score as it relates to par (in the event of a tie, the winner will be selected based on who guessed closest to the winning score)
4. To qualify you need to submit your complete and accurate contact information and you must share this via Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin or Email.

Wells Fargo Fantasy Golf Challenge

Rules:

1. Foursomes must be comprised of one player from each column
2. Foursomes must be entered before 7 AM EST on Thursday May 2nd.
3. If any of your selected players misses the cut, the score for that player will be one stoke higher than the last place tournament finisher
4. In the event of a tie, the winner will be determined by the tournament winner’s score as it relates to par, the entry closest to the 1st place score wins a $100 gift card redeemable at Tidewater.

Scoring:

The winner is determined by totaling the scores of all finishing players within your respective foursome as they relate to par. The individual who selected the foursome with the lowest combined golf score wins a $100 gift card redeemable at Tidewater.

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