The last major of the year is this week, The PGA Championship at Oak Hill, and when its major championship time ~ its golf fantasy league time brought to you by Chicago Style Golf. Same rules as the US Open Fantasy League, pick six players, no more than four major champions, who ever wins the most money with their six guys wins the Fantasy League and a $250 Gift Certificate to Chicago Style Golf, good for anything in their fabulous golf store…and they have a lot of stuff.
What are the Rules?
No rules in Golf Fantasy, except that you can only choose six players, and that only four of those six can be major champions.
What can I win?
A $250 Gift Certificate good at Chicago Style Golf. You can take the cash value of the Gift Certificate which is $120 cash money, but we suggest you check out Chicago Style Golf and get yourself something nice, they were willing to give you free money after all.
When will I know if I won?
We like to make sure that everything is correct, and I don’t email the wrong golfer that he won, and then send him the Whoops email…so typically the Tuesday after the tournament ends the winning email will be sent out.
How will you come up with the winner?
Take your six players total money earnings for the 2013 PGA Championship and the player whose team has won the most amount of money will be determined the winner of the Chicago Style Golf 2013 PGA Championship Pick Six Fantasy League.
How do I sign up?
Fill out the contact form below, and you are good to go. Good Luck!
PICK SIX PGA CHAMPIONSHIP FANTASY LEAGUE with a $250 Gift Certificate to be given away to the winner. Any and all ties will be determined by the closest player to the winning score with out going over*. Remember you can only pick four major champs for your team, so be sure to double check that you only have four major champs on your team and not six… this was a problem during the Masters Fantasy League. The last and final rule is that you are only allowed one entry. Any violations of these rules will result in your disqualification and forfeiture of any winnings.
*if both players go over, then the closest to will be declared the winner even though he has gone over the winning score. In the case of a tie, and the tie breaker cannot determine a winner the reaming teams will split the winnings evenly.