Frequently Asked Questions
What is the International Pairs Golf Tournament?
International Pairs is the world’s largest amateur golf tournament, providing a platform for amateur club golfers to play on a world stage.
Who can participate in the International Pairs Golf Tournament?
The tournament is open to any registered club golfer with an official handicap.
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How is the tournament played?
The tournament is played as a pair, with each team consisting of two players.
How many countries participate in the International Pairs Golf Tournament?
Currently, there are 27 active countries participating in the tournament.
When do the events take place?
The tournament takes place throughout the year in various countries, with each country holding its own qualifying rounds and national final.
What is the format of the tournament?
Format might differ from country to country. The World Final is played in Betterball Stableford format.
How much does it cost to participate in the tournament?
The cost of participating in the tournament varies depending on the country and event. But once you have qualified for the World Final, all expenses are paid.
How do I register for the International Pairs Golf Tournament?
Registration is done through the licensee in your country, who organizes the local qualifying rounds and national final.
How is the International Pairs Golf Tournament different from other amateur golf tournaments?
International Pairs is the largest pairs golf tournament in the world, providing a unique opportunity for club golfers to play on a world stage. The World Final is broadcasted on various sport channels.
How can I become a licensee for the International Pairs Golf Tournament in my country?
To become a licensee, you can contact the International Pairs head office for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org
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