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The Timuquana Cup

"A Gathering of Friends"

Aerial view of the Timuquana Country Club.

 Photo by Andy Hofheimer

Downtown Jacksonville is eight miles up the St. Johns River from the club.

Photo by Fred Seely

GENERAL INFORMATION

Dates:  Oct 4 - Oct 6, 2019 (Fri, Sat, Sun)

Field:  The Timuquana Cup is a 54 - hole invitational event hosted by Timuquana Country Club on Oct 4th – 6th  2019 There will be approximately 42 Mid-Am spots (must be 25 or older on or before Oct 4th ) and 30 Senior-Am (must be 55 or older on or before Oct 4th) spots in the Timuquana Cup, and 12 spots in the Super Senior division (must be 65 or older on or before Oct 4th ).

Format:  All Divisions will be Individual stroke play, played over three days. Awards will be presented to the first three finishers in each division.

Tee Times:  8:15 am - 10:15 am

Entry fee:  TBA

Entry Includes: The Tournament, a practice round on Oct 3, 2019, favors, awards and all tournament scheduled meals.

The Attire: Traditional collared golf shirts only, shorts permitted.  Coats, no ties, suggested for evening and Club activities.

Qualifier: TBA

Mail completed qualifier entries to:

Timuquana Golf Shop
Attn: Timuquana Cup
4028 Timuquana Road
Jacksonville, FL 32210

SCHEDULE

Click here for our Schedule of Events


COMMITTEE

Steve Melnyk, Chairman

Tom Dudley, Rules and Competitions

Clint Avret, Director of Golf


Timuquana Country Club, established in 1923, is one of Florida’s premier country clubs and among the oldest in Jacksonville. The club’s 290 acres are nestled on the western edge of the St. Johns River. The club’s location on the river gives it a “million dollar view” of the St. Johns and the Jacksonville skyline.

The club offers members a full array of year-round activities. Its famed Donald Ross 18-hole golf course has hosted numerous USGA events and is the course where PGA Tour golfer David Duval learned the game. There is a thriving league-play tennis program, a family pool area, a fitness center, fine dining, several casual dining options and a full array of annual social events and traditions. The club also hosts private events, weddings and meetings on behalf of its members.

Timuquana is a private club open only to members and their guests. Potential new members must be sponsored by two current members and seconded by five additional members through written endorsements. Prospective members are then subject to approval by the Board of Governors and members.

 

For more Timuquana Cup information, please email Steve Melnyk