College Golf Tour

College Golf Tour

South Eastern Collegiate Tour Schedule 2018

Perdido Bay Collegiate Players Championship
July 30th-August 1st

Perdido Bay Collegiate Holiday Classic
December 27th-29th

About The Tour

Southeastern Collegiate Golf Tour will commence with 6 first class tournaments and venues starting this June. The SECGT has been established to give college players a high level of competition on PGA Tour level golf courses. The idea is to allow players to see what playing on Tour would feel like to make the transition into professional golf much easier on SECGT tour players.

Venues include TPC Louisiana, TPC Saw grass (Dye’s Valley Course), University of Georgia Golf Course, Hampton Cove RTJ Trail Huntsville Alabama, Perdido Bay Golf Resort home of the season ending Hardees Collegiate Players Championship in Pensacola, Florida.

Each host facility has a rich history with the PGA Tour as a former or current site course.

We are proud to have Dan Swomley Golf, Southern Vacation Rentals, and Callaway Golf s sponsors

Each player will receive a dozen Callaway Tour golf balls  with his entry fee of each tournament.

Dasani Water as the Official Water of the SECGT
Callaway Golf as the Official Driving Range Sponsor
J. Lindeberg as the Official Apparel Sponsor
Bit-Wizards Official Website Sponsor
Classic Belts Products Service Sponsor

Players Code of Conduct

The SECGT takes great pride in the quality of its players, host facilities and broad community involvement at each tournament. In order to continue making the SECGT experience enjoyable and rewarding for everyone, the Tour requires all members to adhere to a set of guidelines known as the Code of Conduct. Its purpose is to help SECGT participants grow and mature by understanding and accepting the consequences of their actions. The Code of Conduct is to be followed throughout the collegiate membership.


Any of the following actions by an SECGT Tour participate at an SECGT event, or toward another SECGT member anywhere, constitutes a violation of the SECGT Code of Conduct:
Unsportsmanlike conduct, including abusive language, cheating, club throwing, disrespect to volunteers, officials or fellow competitors, or abuse of golf course property
Not adhering to the dress code at the host golf course
Use or association with drugs, alcohol, or smoking or chewing tobacco products
Vandalism at the host hotel, abusive behavior to host family or property
Conduct not becoming of an SECT player, such as acting in anger or creating other distractions
Failure to treat host golf course with respect by ignoring the responsibility of caring for the course, filling divots and fixing ball marks
Physical abuse, threat of physical abuse, verbal abuse, slander or libel towards other players, parents, coaches, sponsors, host golf course staff or members, SECGT staff or volunteers in any medium


Hats/visors must be worn with brim forward, males must remove hat/visor while indoors
Collared shirts or mock turtlenecks (host golf course permitting) must be worn and tucked in at all times
Women’s fashion shirts without a collar must have sleeves
Women’s fashion shirts must not rise above the belt line at anytime during the golf swing
Women’s shorts must be no more than 5” above the knee OR the inseam of the shorts must measure at least 5”


Tank tops, T-shirts
Denim shorts, short-shorts, cut-off shorts, gym shorts, jeans
Earrings (males)
Body piercings
Tattoos (must be covered)
Proper attire is required at all times at the host golf course, including cookouts. Questionable attire will be reviewed by the Tournament Committee. Should a host golf course or resort have a stricter dress code, its policy will take precedence. Players in violation will not be allowed to tee off. With the exception of males always removing their hats/visors while indoors, the SECGT dress code is otherwise not in effect for functions taking place at the host hotel when the host hotel is not associated with the host golf course. When an SECGT function takes place at a resort, all attendees must be in golf attire if they plan on using the practice facilities.


If a player does not attend the Players Registration and Meeting, if applicable, without prior arrangements with the Tournament Director, the player may not receive his or her tournament gifts.


Any Code of Conduct violation will result in a written letter to the player and his or her parent/guardian. The SECGT Tournament Committee may assess any or all of the following penalties based on severity and frequency of the violation(s):
One-stroke penalty for each act of unsportsmanlike behavior on the golf course
Immediate disqualification from the tournament at which the violation occurs
Depending on the severity of the violation, a tournament disqualification may also result in disqualification from the next event(s) for which a player has been accepted
The SECGT reserves the right to suspend or revoke a player’s membership for a major breach of the SECGT Code of Conduct
Violation of the SECGT Code of Conduct may affect a player’s eligibility for Invitational’s and post-season honors


In the event of a suspension, both the player and parent/guardian will be required to submit a written account of the Code of Conduct violation to the SECGT Chief Operations Officer within 30 days of the suspension. The SECGT Chief Operations Officer will determine the length of the suspension after reviewing all submitted materials, including an SECGT tournament staff account of the violation. Any player whose membership is under suspension will not be eligible for postseason honors. The Code of Conduct will be outlined by the SECGT staff at each tournament’s Players Registration, Players Meeting or during the Practice Round.