The 16th Annual Mark S. Schoenkopf Memorial “Throw ‘em a Bone” Puppy Preview Doubles Tournament


Its that time of the year for one of Sedley’s biggest events….

The 16th Annual Mark L. Schoenkopf Memorial
“Throw ‘em a Bone” Puppy Preview Doubles Tournament

8:30am. Final Call for Registration -> Start Players Meeting
9am. Approx. Start time of Round 1
1pm Approx Start time of Round 2

Bring Your Own Partner. Two Rounds of 18 Holes, Best Shot Format.

Entry Fees (per team):
Pro (Men/Mixed/Masters) $75
Advanced (Men/Mixed/Masters) $65
Intermediate Men $55
Women’s Division $55

Entry fee will include ace pot for team.
$5 Mulligans for sale (2 per person limit).

PLEASE try to pre-register, I would like to try and do shirts this year as part of a players package.
You can pre-register with Chris Poole at the course or by sending an email to I will need the names of both teammates, shirt size and a team name if you like.

Hole sponsorship is available. – Please contact me if you have any questions.
TD: Chris Poole

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6 Responses to The 16th Annual Mark S. Schoenkopf Memorial “Throw ‘em a Bone” Puppy Preview Doubles Tournament

  1. tbonanni says:

    Anyone else looking to get in touch with the TD to pre-register or get some info about the tournament, please email

  2. tbonanni says:

    I gave Chris Poole both of your emails. You can try him on Facebook like Josh suggested, but he should be getting back to you.

  3. jhughes says:

    Contact Chris Poole on Facebook.

  4. Curt Davis says:

    Any openings left for PPDT? If so could you provide me with Poole’s Email adress?

  5. tbonanni says:

    hi Ken, great that you are going to be playing in your first tournament, they are a lot of fun. I’m working on finding the right person to get you in touch with. You should hear back soon, either to your email or here in the comments, so keep an eye out.

    Thom B

  6. Ken Alexander says:

    would like to know how me & my buddy can get registered for this tourny. have been playing the course for years just have never played in a tournament before. we would be in the intermediate level. any info would be appreciated, thank you

    Ken Alexander

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