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Below are the 2016 Player Of The Year current & estimated payouts after 3 of 6 events. The final payout totals will be calculated in Dallas after all events have been started.
place current estimated
1st $1,356.00 $2,712.00
2nd $990.00 $1,980.00
3rd $730.00 $1,460.00
4th $540.00 $1,080.00
5th / 6th $360.00 $720.00
7th / 8th $225.00 $450.00
9th - 12th $180.00 $360.00
13th - 16th $155.00 $310.00
17th - 24th $90.00 $180.00
25th - 32nd $33.00 $66.00

Leftover $ $6.00
The leftover money adjusts 1st place +/- the value left.

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Making a living playing Golden Tee


The 25-year anniversary of the hit video game "Golden Tee." Jimmy Roberts dives into the story of some of the people who make upwards of six figures annually playing the game.


In Play with Jimmy Roberts @ the Golf Channel


For Mark Stenmark, golf game is Golden

Players look over the should of Mark Stenmark, who is ranked No. 1 in the world in Golden Tee, while playing during a charity tournament on Saturday, April 18, 2015, in Houston. Golden Tee is not just a bar game for Stenmark, who makes upwards of $70,000 a year playing.

Read More about it @ houstonchronicle.com

What It's Like to Be a Golden Tee Pro

If you go to Evan Gossett's profile on YouTube, you can watch his character in the video-golf game Golden Tee nail some clutch putts and holes-in-one on the virtual links. Gossett, a St. Peters resident, not only is ranked among the very best in the world at Golden Tee, but also makes a respectable living playing the game full-time.

Read More about it @ stlmag.com

It's Rough to Make a Living as a Pro Golfer on the Bar Circuit

They may not be Tiger Woods, but some men make a living playing golf, virtually. WSJ's Doug Belkin follows the adventures of one man who makes a living playing Golden Tee, the most popular cash videogame in the U.S.

Read More about it @ wallstreetjournal.com

Life on the 'Golden Tee' Pro Tour

You've probably dreamed of playing video games for a living. A persistent few are actually doing it! (Stone...) Wanna see my picture on the cover. (Stone...) Wanna buy five copies for my mother. (Stone...) Wanna see my smilin' face. On the cover of the Rolling Stone!

Read More about it @ RollingStone.com

featured player


Mark Stenmark

Mark Stenmark

GT Nickname: .. Suq It ..

Houston, TX USA

The last two months of the 2014 PEGT Tour has been nothing but sheer dominance by Mark Stenmark .  Mark went undefeated in match play during the NIV XII in October and then continued his streak by going wire to wire in both the Houston Holiday Classic and 2014 POTY Tournaments.   That is an incredible 18 wins in a row to best the previous record of 17 wins in a row held by Jeff Lannen.   Oh and throw in for good measure, Mark's qualifying score during the Houston tourney was another PEGT record of -140 over the 5 course qualifier and his worst score on a course throughout the weekend's competition was a mere -26.   Stenmark was also the winner of our Toughman Competition on Friday, as 16 players competed on the 15 toughest courses in GT history. 

So now we move on to 2015, the fifth season of the PEGT Tour and our first event of the year, the Sixth Annual Florida Open.  Two time defending POTY Mark Stenmark will look to continue his winning streaks but already there are plenty of top players that have signed up to stop his winning ways.   Make your plans now to come on down to sunny Florida February 5th - 8th.  We have something for everyone.   And if Stenmark has anything to do with it, he might be buying you a shot on Sunday night to add to one last record we failed to mention that he holds.....an estimated total of 500 shots bought for his competitors across the PEGT events over the years.  CHEERS.

 

We now have T Shirts available showcasing our new 'Established in 2011' logo. 

Shirts are only $15 a piece if picked up at a tourney.  $19 if you want shipped.  $5 extra if you want your name on the back.

100% Cotton - Glidden Soft Style in black

Email to: info@PEGTtour.com to order yours today

 

2016 PEGT points leaders

  state player name top 4
total
avg score
1 Texas Paul Luna 6,500 -25.01
2 Missouri Evan Gossett 4,750 -24.93
3 Minnesota Andy Fox 2,050 -24.6
4 Florida Sean Gervais 1,810 -24.88
5 Missouri Dan Wies 1,080 -22.83
6 Illinois Clint Grover 1,030 -25.57
7 Ohio Andy Haas 1,000 -25.15
8 Illinois Jeff Lannen 1,000 -24.94
9 Minnesota Allan Zerull 980 -24.63
10 Illinois Adam Kramer 960 -22.36
11 Minnesota Marc Muklewicz 800 -24.06
12 Washington Ryan Tansy 760 -21.92
13 Missouri Russ Layton 755 -21.63
14 Illinois Kevin Lindsay 755 -21.3
15 Illinois Graig Kinzler 750 -24.33
16 Arizona Todd Penticoff 640 -22.89
17 Illinois Brian Holt 620 -20.06
18 Illinois Paul Lehde 610 -22.94
19 Virginia Steve Kramer 610 -21.78
20 Illinois Brendan Harris 560 -23.24
21 Texas Mark Stenmark 550 -25.66
22 Illinois Matt Welter 550 -24.62
23 North Carolina David Duncan 550 -24.19
24 Maryland Todd Clarke 540 -22.16
25 Ohio Jeff Sutyak 530 -24.99
26 Missouri Jason Wikstrom 500 -20.21
27 Indiana Matt Kavanaugh 495 -23.14
28 Michigan Jeff McClellan 450 -24.44
29 Ontario Tim Glenn 450 -23.87
30 Ohio Ryan Sparks 450 -23.03
31 Georgia Graham Bratcher 450 -21.72
32 Indiana Michael Johnston 430 -24.19
33 Missouri RJ Jurek 395 -22.04
34 Wisconsin Adam Fitzgerald 390 -20.8
35 Illinois Chuck Wagon 385 -21.1
36 Missouri Jeff Harlow 360 -24.31
37 Michigan Steve Beattie 360 -23.41
38 Tennessee Seth Standefer 360 -22.21
39 Indiana Nick Haines 360 -20.38
40 Illinois Brandon Robinson 350 -21.85
41 Minnesota Tony Johnson 280 -24.76
42 Florida Michael Ratcliffe 280 -22.79
43 Florida John Clark 280 -22.56
44 New York Stuart Fox 280 -22.45
45 Wisconsin James Trudeau 280 -20.81
46 Virginia Todd Boyer 270 -19.23
47 Wisconsin Brandon Becker 250 -24.76
48 Michigan David Kleiman 250 -23.93
49 Minnesota Jade Johnson 250 -23.45
50 Illinois Brian Bernhardt 250 -23.37
51 Georgia Robert Thompson 250 -23.06
52 Florida Lee Chepenik 250 -22.89
53 Illinois Tommy Morreale 250 -22.66
54 Georgia John Cramer 250 -21.93
55 Florida Kipling Dickman 250 -21.51
56 Indiana Russell Greene 250 -21.09
57 Ohio Gary Sheldon 250 -21.05
58 Colorado Bob Ludwig 250 -20.39
59 Florida Andrew Chang 250 -17.72
60 Florida Randy Landers 250 -17.67
61 California Richard King 250 -17.37
62 Virginia Desmond Burke 240 -18.48
63 Minnesota Jed Beebe 225 -20.69
64 Illinois Paul Jenson 220 -19.44
65 Tennessee Minh Nguyen 215 -23.23
66 Missouri Joe Massara 215 -22.93
67 Georgia Adam Harris 215 -22.88
68 Florida Scott Zollars 215 -22.76
69 Illinois Lance Purple 215 -22.47
70 Missouri Brad Baird 215 -22.05
71 Wisconsin Eric Manfredi 215 -21.75
72 Illinois Erik Nelson 215 -21.45
73 Missouri Nick Cornelius 215 -21.13
74 Indiana Mike Cannon 215 -21
75 Florida Brian Stowell 215 -19.15
76 Tennessee Buddy Dees 215 -18.71
77 Indiana Danny Scurlock 215 -18.08
78 Wisconsin Mark Gomez 200 -16.77
79 Texas George Von K 190 -24.26
80 Florida Shaun Kennedy 190 -21.2
81 Wisconsin Brad Eggert 185 -19.67
82 Wisconsin Dave Sandmire 180 -20.46
83 Florida Jason Loschiavo 180 -17.95
84 Illinois Brian Spisak 175 -22.44
85 Tennessee Jeff Hatfield 175 -20.21
86 Missouri Matt VanHoosier 170 -20.95
87 Florida Garrett Smith 170 -20.25
88 Florida Moises Perdomo 170 -17.71
89 Missouri John McCormack 160 -23.63
90 Florida Steven Gremonprez 160 -21.3
91 Indiana Jon Chovanek 160 -21.22
92 Florida Garrick Fichter 160 -20
93 Wisconsin Brian Roske 155 -17.42
94 Indiana Brian Sharp 150 -21.4
95 Texas Stephen Dakin 145 -22.22
96 Illinois Kevin Rail 145 -22.22
97 Illinois Mike Chesnut 145 -22
98 Michigan Gordy Brown 145 -16.81
99 Massachusetts Allen Clark 145 -15.64
100 Georgia Jody Palmer 125 -21.5
101 Kentucky Mark Goodwin 125 -21.45
102
 
Kelly Ambrose 125 -19.9
103 Indiana Jason Todd 125 -19.54
104 South Carolina John Lukowski 125 -19.44
105 Minnesota Benjamin Kidd 125 -19.11
106 Illinois Brad Litz 125 -18.67
107 Iowa Frank Berner 125 -16.86
108 Illinois Alex Leum 125 -15.74
109 Missouri Steve Sobel 115 -16.13
110 Michigan Gavin Herrin 95 -23.59
111 Missouri John Tune 95 -23.11
112 Washington Peter Butler 95 -22.9
113 Indiana Scott Balthus 95 -22.17
114 Illinois Ralph Hammack 95 -19.88
115 Iowa Patrick Fortune 95 -19.25
116 Missouri Jeremy Singleton 95 -19.09
117 Illinois Tim Turner 95 -19
118 Indiana Adam Byrket 95 -18.87
119 Indiana Scott Offutt 95 -18.63
120 Florida Jason Colebank 95 -18.57
121 Florida Bob Kurent 95 -18.53
122 Michigan Doug Smalley 95 -18.08
123 Georgia DJ Rickman 95 -17.14
124 Florida Pat Landy 95 -16.42
125 Georgia Mike Cooper 95 -15.52
126 Indiana Csaba Vicen 85 -20.18
127 California Gavin Keeler 85 -18.23
128 Iowa Ned Eydmann 85 -14.96
129 Indiana Jason Elliott 55 -22.89
130 Indiana Travis Croucher 55 -22.78
131 Wisconsin Ryan Wells 55 -22.32
132 Missouri Mark Masterson 55 -22.11
133 Indiana Tommy Vicen 55 -21.2
134 Missouri Bryant Wiegers 55 -20.02
135 Georgia Patrick Dye 55 -19.86
136 Tennessee Dustin Reed 55 -19.56
137 Florida Charles Calhoun 55 -18.86
138 Florida J Allen Morgan 55 -17.35
139 Illinois Norm Weiskopf 55 -17.16
140 Florida John O'Connor 55 -17.14
141 Illinois DR Linton 55 -17.08
142 Florida Jeff Stresing 55 -16.56
143 Florida Hal Lutz 55 -16.48
144 Illinois Michael Zasada 55 -15.6
145 Georgia Jonathan Engkaninan 55 -14.57
146 Minnesota Luke Nelson 30 -24.79
147 Missouri Lodell Parks 30 -22.88
148 Missouri Scott Pullman 30 -22.8
149 Missouri Patrick Connor 30 -22.43
150 Missouri Todd Harris 30 -22
151 Arizona Jason Vidaurri 30 -21.75
152 Missouri Mike Steinbruegge 30 -21.33
153 Nevada Paul Carrion 30 -20.86
154 Tennessee Drew Shaub 30 -19.5
155 Missouri Chris Shrum 30 -19
156 Missouri Chad Dougherty 30 -17.78
157 Missouri Ben Markusic 30 -17.15
158 Missouri Jeff Poole 30 -16.86
159 Georgia Michael Vanconey 30 -16.57
160 Florida Michael Kunnen 30 -15.67
161 Arizona Pat Fagan 30 -15.5
162 Florida Shane Kennedy 30 -15.27
163 Missouri Chris Siemer 30 -15.2
164 New Jersey Ryan Bennett 30 -15.14
165 Missouri Duane Prichard 30 -15
166 Missouri Curt Renow 30 -14.8
167 Nebraska Quentin Shaw 30 -14.57
168
 
Speedy Carpenter 30 -14
169 Florida Matt Broughton 30 -13.67
170 Florida Erik Leum 30 -13.51
171 Indiana Marty Fisher 30 -13.5
172 Missouri Neil Branson 30 -12.8
173 Missouri Jake Carnivale 30 -12.4
174 Tennessee Jim Reynolds 30 -11.82
175 Missouri Joe O'Brien 30 -11
176 Wisconsin Josh Johnson 30 -10.6
177 Virginia Terry Boyer 30 -9.83
178 Indiana Justin Calvert 30 -9.5
179 Florida Jason Speakman 30 -7.8

 
 

Here is the link for the hotel for the Chicago tourney.   Using this link will have the hotel ADD $5.00 per night booked into the overall prize fund for our event.   We appreciate your and the hotel's support.    

$79.00 per night

Wyndham Garden Buffalo Grove 

900 W Lake Cook Rd

Buffalo Grove IL 60089

Click Here for Room Information

 

Refer any player that has not previously

played in a PEGT Tour eent and you will

both receive a $20 Gift card. 

Contact PEGT Tour info@PEGTtour.com

for more details.

 

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& get signed for a FREE commemorative

player card for this event.

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