Pick 'Em Challenge expanding for 2013

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June 05, 2013

By Champions Tour staff

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla.- The Champions Tour is proud to announce that based off its success during the previous three years, it will be expanding the fantasy- style Pick 'Em Challenge from five tournaments to 10. The Challenge will take place beginning at this week’s Regions Tradition (June 6-9) and concluding with the Montreal Championship (Sept. 6-8).

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The Pick 'Em Challenge allows fans to compete for weekly prizes and the grand prize “Ultimate Clubhouse Experience” for two to the 2013 Charles Schwab Cup Championship at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, Calif.

Fans can visit www.theultimateclubhouse.com to enter the contest.

Contest participants will choose a player at each Champions Tour event and be awarded points based on the chosen player's finish. The points awarded in the Pick 'Em Challenge will mirror the Charles Schwab Cup points system where points are awarded for top-10 finishes and ties based on each week's money distribution. The major championships that fall within the competition will award double points.

"We are excited to expand this year’s Pick ‘Em Challenge, giving Champions Tour fans more opportunities to win," said Mike Stevens, President of the Champions Tour. “The success of the Challenge over the past three years has proven to provide a fun and competitive environment that our fans enjoy.”

Each week, a winner will receive a Champions Tour Prize Package, which includes one dozen Nike  One Vapor golf balls branded with the Champions Tour logo and a Champions Tour ball marker and divot repair tool.

The 2013 Champions Tour Pick 'Em Challenge winner will be the person who has the most cumulative contest points at the conclusion of the Challenge. The contest grand prize, will include: airfare and accommodation for two to San Francisco or the Charles Schwab Cup Championship at TPC Harding Park (Nov. 1-4), car rental, invitations to the President's Dinner with the opportunity to meet the top 30 players on the Champions Tour and access to the Charles Schwab hospitality suite.

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