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2610 Cherokee Avenue
Columbus, GA, 31906


The Southeastern Amateur is a top-level amateur golf tournament with a rich history dating back to 1922 - when the tournament was created by Fred Haskins. Each year, the Southeastern Amateur has the great honor of hosting many of the nations top amateur golfers, from Division I NCAA National Champions to the nations top Mid-Amateurs. 

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Spectator Information

Watching the Southeastern Amateur is free to all spectators on all days. It is a real treat to watch some of the finest players in the Collegiate ranks, Mid-Amateurs, and even some local players take on the Donald Ross course here at the Country Club of Columbus. 

In many areas of the course, the playing area is "roped off" and patrons are asked to stay outside of the roped off areas. 

In general, spectators are asked to remain on the cart paths and keep a distance of 15 yards from the players. Please be mindful that these players are competing at a very high level. Remain silent when a player near you is playing their shot. Only cameras/press authorized by the Chairperson of the Southeastern Amateur Committee are allowed. We reserve the right to ask anyone to leave the premises should a player or volunteer deem them as interfering with the play of the participants.

Carts will not be provided to spectators.