Clark's Pump-N-Shop Kentucky Mid-Am Moved to Big Spring Country Club - Harmony Landing Course

Final major on KGA’s championship calendar moved to Goshen.

LOUISVILLE, KY (August 17, 2022) – This season’s upcoming Clark’s Pump-N-Shop Kentucky Mid-Am has been moved to Big Spring Country Club – Harmony Landing Course. Additionally, the event’s dates have been shifted back one day with the first round now scheduled for Tuesday, October 11 while the final round is set for Wednesday, October 12.

This will mark the first time the revered facility has hosted the State Mid-Am. The venue has previously hosted the Kentucky Open and the Clark’s Pump-N-Shop Kentucky Amateur two times each. Annually, it hosts the AJGA Justin Thomas Junior with the 2022 edition having just taken place earlier in the month.

All players currently registered for the event when it was slated to be conducted at South Park Country Club will remain in the field and do not need to take any action. Players who do need to withdraw can do so and will receive 100% of their entry fee in return. Those not yet in the field can sign up by clicking here with the deadline set for the end of the day on Tuesday, October 4.

The KGA wants to thank David Huffman, PGA Head Golf Professional and South Park Country Club for their long-time partnership and support of the KGA and its championships. The organization looks forward to staging many events at South Park in 2023 and beyond.

In the meantime, the KGA looks forward to a tremendous competition at Big Spring Country Club – Harmony Landing Course and lends its appreciation towards Andy Pole, PGA Head Golf Professional for being able to host the tournament.

Drake Stepter will attempt to defend the championship after winning the 2021 edition at Bellefonte Country Club in Ashland.

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