Central Illinois Local Schedule
We're currently finalizing our local schedule for the 2022 season. Click the link below for the most up-to-date information. We'll see you in 2022!
Join the Fastest Growing Amateur Golf Tour in America
Our members shared with us why they love the APT:
• Compete in a division with similar handicaps
• Play a local and national tour schedule
• Compete for season long points and qualify for the North American Championship
• Play where the pros play
• Focus on Pace of Play, creating enjoyable, efficient rounds
• Enjoy amazing camaraderie with fellow participants
2022 Membership Pricing
2022 Player Membership
Play in any Tour Event across our expansive network
Exclusive Discounts from our National Partners
Membership Runs through the 2022 North American Championship
2022 Hole-In-One Club
Win up to $2,500 for a hole-in-one, $500 for every hole-in-one.
$2,500 hole at every event
$500 for any hole-in-one on tour
Analyze and improve your game with premium shot and stat tracking tools.
Optional for APT Members
Advanced Shot Tracking
Jake EnglebrakeKansas CityFinally a tour that actually puts in the effort to provide their members a fantastic experience and benefits with your membership!
Brian HayesCarolina TriadGreat people and great courses.
Bradley ReynoldsIndianapolisGreat guys, and well run organized tournaments!
Steve HasenfratzSt. LouisGreat way to test your golf skills against players of similar caliber.
Eric StrangeSt. LouisA well-run competitive tour that lines up some great courses I might not get the chance to otherwise. Good community, good golf.
Divisions for Every Skill Level
To ensure fair play, division placement and handicaps are calculated based upon your APT tournament scores to create an APT Tournament Index.
Division 1 - 3.4 & below
Division 2 - 3.5-8.4
Division 3 - 8.5-13.4
Division 4 - 13.5-18.4
Division 5 - 18.5 & above
We're here to help!
Central Illinois Local Chapter Owners
Matt has been running tournaments since 2014, before founding the Amateur Players Tour in St. Louis in October 2018. Matt is an experienced tournament player, playing in numerous national, regional, and state events and currently oversees the APT.