Step up to
The championship

Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to have a putt to win a major? The MSOP Championship in Las Vegas will give you the chance to find out.

Golfers from around the world will have the opportunity to test their skills with a putter as they compete for high-stakes on the MSOP Stadium Course - a pristine 18-hole putting course designed by world-leading Nicklaus Design firm surrounded by grandstand seating and live leaderboards. Pros, amateurs, men and women alike can enter the MSOP Championship putting tournaments by paying an entry fee or competing in one of many qualifying events around North America.

View the current list of MSOP tournaments that you can take part in below.

Two ways to take part
Register directly Or Qualify locally
Events & schedule
Dates Event name Entry fee Winner's purse Format Spots
Oct 27, 2017 Turbo Singles #1 $1,000 $15,000 Stroke play 100 Event Full
Oct 28, 2017
Oct 30, 2017
Stroke Play Championship $5,000 $75,000 Stroke play 100
Oct 29, 2017
Oct 30, 2017
All Pro Championship $1,000 $15,000 Stroke play 100
Oct 30, 2017 Turbo Singles #2 $1,000 $15,000 Stroke play 100 Event Full
Oct 31, 2017
Nov 1, 2017
Amateur Championship $350 $750 Stroke play 200
Nov 1, 2017
Nov 4, 2017
Team Championship $1,000 $15,000 Stroke play 100
Nov 3, 2017 Turbo Singles #3 $1,000 $15,000 Stroke play 100
Nov 4, 2017
Nov 5, 2017
Match Play Championship $5,000 $75,000 Match play 100
Nov 4, 2017
Nov 5, 2017
High Roller Invitational $10,000 $110,000 Match play 32 Invitation Only
Oct 27, 2017
Nov 5, 2017
Daily Tournaments $250 $250 $3,500 Stroke play 60 Opening Soon
Oct 27, 2017
Nov 5, 2017
Daily Tournaments $500 $500 $4,500 Stroke play 30 Opening Soon

Tournament formats

Scoring format

Playing format

Team specific format

Stroke play

Individual players or teams go up against all other participants in a given event where every stroke counts and the lowest total score wins.

Singles/Individuals

Players compete individually in stroke play or match play formats over the stipulated number of rounds for an event.

Four-ball (best ball)

Two competitors play as partners, each playing his or her own ball. The lowest score between the two partners counts for each hole.

Match play

One side, individual or team, goes up against another side over a stipulated round. Scoring is counted by number of holes won, and players are victorious when one side leads by more holes than the number of holes left to be played.

MSOP match play tournaments are generally played in single elimination bracket format. If needed, a preliminary stroke play qualification round is played to select and seed players for the subsequent match play rounds.

Teams

Players compete in teams of two in stroke play or match play formats over the stipulated number of rounds for an event.

Foursomes (alternate shot)

Two competitors play as partners, alternating turns on the same ball. Partners receive a score for each hole based on their combined effort.