The All Pro Tour 2020 season will feature 12 events between the months of March and July.  Throughout the season, 6 of the 12 events will be around Korn Ferry Monday Qualifiers.  Over the five-month period the tour will travel across five states: Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Kansas.

New Sites for 2020

Fort Smith, Arkansas: The inaugural United Way Charity Golf Classic presented by Cherokee Casino & Hotel Roland will be held May 4th – 9th, 2020 at Hardscrabble. The week will include a pro-am event, clinics, parties and a 72-hole championship finishing on Saturday, May 9th. The tournament purse is expected to be $140,000 with the tournament champion taking home $35,000.

Hardscrabble Country Club is no strange to professional golf as it hosted the Nationwide Tour from 1998 to 2010.  It was the only annual PGA Tour event to be held in the state of Arkansas.

Garden City, Kansas: The 41st Southwest Kansas Pro-Am will be held June 8-13, 2020 at Buffalo Dunes and The Golf Club at Southwind.  The week will have a more traditional PGA-style schedule of events including an early week two-day Pro-Am and a 72-hole championship finishing on Saturday, June 13th.  The pro tournament will boast an estimated $130,000 purse with the champion taking home $25,000. Proceeds of the Pro-Am event will benefit St. Catherine Hospital Development Foundation.

Member Tournament Entry Fee

APT members’ entry fees will be lowered by $100 from $995 to $895 for the 2020 season.  To become a member for the 2020 season, visit our player information page.

Larger Purses

Throughout the 2020 season, the first-place prize will be guaranteed $25,000 to $35,000 varying based on the tournament.  There will be two types of tournaments: Standard Events and Featured Events.  Standard events are tournaments with a first prize of $25,000 and an estimated purse of $120,000.  Featured events are tournaments with a first prize of $35,000 and an estimated purse of $140,000. In 2020, the APT will host 5 of these such events: Alexandria LA, Garland TX, Ft Smith AR, Broken Arrow OK, and Texarkana TX. Please double-check the tour schedule to be sure of the status of these tournaments.

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