2003
Professional Putters Association Season

Cliff Matthews - 2002 PPA National Champion
Cliff Matthews
2002 PPA National Champion

A $25,000 PPA National Championship, a $30,000 PPA World Match Play Championship, the $15,000 PPA National Invitational, the 2003 JPA National Championship and the $5,000 ProPutters.com Classic highlight the 2003 Professional Putters Association summer tour, it was announced December 31 by the Professional Putters Association.

The $75,000 season is scheduled to begin June 28-29 in Spartanburg, SC, with the $15,000 PPA National Invitational. The 2003 JPA National Championship will be held on July 19 in Burlington, NC. "PPA National Championship Week," is scheduled for July 28 - August 2 in Lubbock, Texas, where the PPA will conduct its 44th Annual PPA National Championship, the PPA National Seniors Championship, the APA National Championship, the $5,000 ProPutters.com Classic, the PPA National Doubles Championship, and the $30,000 PPA World Match Play Championship.

Lubbock, TX - Host course for the 2003 PPA National Championship

Lubbock, Texas Putt-Putt Golf Course host course for the
2003 PPA National Championship

"We acknowledge with great appreciation Jim Evans and Colleen Evans of Lubbock, Texas for their great support of our sport in hosting the 44th Annual PPA National Championship Week at their Putt-Putt Golf & Games in Lubbock, said Bill Kirby Jr., executive director of the Professional Putters Association. And we are grateful to the Lubbock Sports Authority for its sponsorship and contributions to our 2003 PPA season. Because of Jim and Colleen Evans, along with the support of the Lubbock Sports Authority, we look forward to a great season, which will include the return of a syndicated television production. And, we are delighted to open our season with the PPA National Invitational in Spartanburg, SC, where Tom and William Sumerel have been ardent supporters of the PPA for more than 30 years. Equally, we are grateful to David Callahan, president and chief operating officer of Putt-Putt Golf Courses of America and his staff, and franchise owners nationwide for their continued support of the PPA, the Amateur Putters Association and Junior Putters of America for hosting national, regional, state and local competition on PPA-member courses.

Spartanburg, S.C. - Host course for the 2002 PPA Southern Open (June 29-30, 2002)

Spartanburg, South Carolina Putt-Putt Golf Course host course for the 2003 PPA National Invitational

"We are grateful to the 2003 PPA National Players Board who were in Lynchburg, Va., to assist with developing all facets of the 2003 PPA season - Bill Baus, Rick Baird, Andy Coradini, Daryl Freeman, Gary Hinshaw, Robert Johnson, Peter Neumann, Vance Randall, and Steve Tanton. Other board members who could not be there will nevertheless be integral parts of our success in 2003. They are Jim Evans, Mark Ross, John Bambling, Gary English, Ed Haggerty, Jim Heikkinen, Marc Portugal, and Buddy Taylor. All have incurred their own expenses at no cost to the PPA coffers. All are men with great passion for the PPA, and we are indebted for their willingness to be a part of helping us build into the future. And, we would be remiss if we didnt acknowledge the work of those who have served on the PPA National Players Advisory Board in 2002 and 2001. We are where we are today because of their work and their love for the game, and every PPA, APA and JPA members owes them a sincere thank you.

From Joe Aboid
(PPA Commissioner)


Joe Aboid
PPA Commissioner

Welcome to PPA 2003. As you will read on this web site, many exciting things are happening with the Professional Putters Association this season.

  • 2003 PPA World Match Play Championship (100% increase in prize money)
  • 2003 PPA National Championship (25% increase in prize money)
  • 2003 PPA National Invitational (25% increase in prize money)
  • No increase in tournament entry fees
  • No increase in membership fees
  • New National tournament sites (Lubbock, TX and Spartanburg, SC)
  • Lubbock Sports Authority sponsorship
  • Syndicated PPA TV shows
  • Article in Golf Digest magazine

Once again your player representatives have developed a tournament program that is as creative as I have seen in sometime. I want to thank them for their efforts, time and commitment. I also thank the Putt-Putt Board of Directors for its support of our program. The final success of this years tournament program rests in your hands.

Thanks in advance for your support,
Joe Aboid
PPA Commissioner

From Jim Evans
(Putt-Putt National Advisory Board)

The Professional Putters Association has been holding National Championships for 43 years and for the first time ever the tournament will be held in Texas. The Lubbock Putt-Putt has been chosen as host site for the 2003 PPA National Championship. The events will be played at the 29th Drive location July 28 through August 2nd and will award over $65,000 in prize money.


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(800) 772-5500
Official Sponsor of the 2003 PPA National Tour

Colleen and I are thrilled about being selected to host PPA National Championship Week. We knew we had improved the playability of this site enough to compete for the tournament, but we would have never been selected without the help of Jeff Chase and Scott Harrison of the Lubbock Sports Authority and John Armour of the CVB. They assisted in building a very professional bid package that really sealed the deal to land this event in Texas for the first time ever.

I have been an active supporter of the Professional Putters Association, the Amateur Putters Association and Junior Putters of America for more than 30 years and I welcome the opportunity to give back to the organization by hosting our most prestigious tournament. The players will certainly enjoy true West Texas hospitality at our location and I can assure each and everyone of them that PPA National Championship Week will be one they and the Professional Putters Association will never forget.

From Bill Baus
(Chairman PPA Pros Players Committee)

Fellow PPA Members;

This year marks the 44th year of the PPA and, as we approach the half century mark, change in the structure of our organization is at hand. I feel that we are fortunate to have owners such as Joe Aboid and Jim Evans committed to the advancement of the PPA as the premiere showcase for putting. We have a variety of members working on possible endorsements and sponsorship. The PPA will certainly be managed in a different way in the future, but this change should prove to be advantageous to all. I personally look forward to seeing all of you at state and national tournaments this year, and look forward to further growth in the years ahead.

Bill Baus,
Chairman,
PPA Pros Players Committee

2003 PPA Pros Players Committee

Bill Baus - PPA Pro Players Committee

Daryl Freeman - PPA Pro Players Committee

Jim Heikkinen - PPA Pro Players Committee

Bill Baus
Cleveland Heights, Ohio
Chairman
PPA Pros Players Committee

Daryl Freeman
Bristol, Tennessee
PPA Pros Players Committee

Jim Heikkinen
North Olmsted, Ohio
PPA Pros Players Committee

Robert Johnson - PPA Pro Players Committee

Brad Lebo - PPA Pro Players Committee

Jeffrey Smith - PPA Pro Players Committee

Robert Johnson
Lake Wylie, South Carolina
PPA Pros Players Committee

Brad Lebo
Shippensburg, Pennsylvania
PPA Pros Players Committee

Jeffrey Smith
Dallas, Texas
PPA Pros Players Committee

PPA State Tour Directors

Following have been appointed PPA State Tour Directors for 2003. PPA State Tour Directors must have preliminary state tour tournament sites, dates and times into the Putt-Putt Corporate Office by Jan. 25 for review and approval. No state tour sites may be publicized without approval of the Putt-Putt Corporate Office.

PPA Memberships for 2003

2003 PPA Application
2003 PPA Application in Adobe Acrobat Format

2003 PPA Rules Book
2003 PPA Rule Book in Adobe Acrobat Format

The PPA membership fees for 2003 remain unchanged from 2002 season. Applications will be mailed to all current members of the PPA and APA during the first two weeks of January, 2003. A downloadable version of the 2003 PPA Application and 2003 PPA Rule Book are now available (click on the images to the right) in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format.

PPA National Touring Pro ($125)
A PPA National Touring Pro is eligible to play in national, state and local tournament competition. PPA National Touring Pros are eligible to earn bracket berths in the 2003 PPA World Match Play Championship.

PPA Club Pro ($50)
A PPA Club Pro is eligible to play in PPA state and local tournament competition, but no national tournaments except for the $5,000 ProPutters.com Classic and the PPA National Doubles Championship during "PPA National Championship Week.'' A PPA Club Pro can also upgrade his or her membership to PPA National Pro by paying $100 at any of the 2003 PPA National Tournament sites.

Amateur Putters Association Membership ($25)
Amateur Putters Association members are eligible to play in PPA national, state and all local tournament competition.

Important Notice for 2003 PPA Applications

All applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. the Thursday prior to a tournament in order to be processed and for the player to be eligible to play in that weekend's events.

Official PPA Golf Ball for 2003

The official golf ball for the 2003 PPA season will be the Strata Tour Ultimate with the PPA logo and the year "2003" printed with the logo. These new golf balls for the 2003 season will be available for purchase from the ProPutters.com web site by the end of February. Pricing will be the same as in 2002.

Please be aware that the Strata Tour Ultimate golf balls from 2002 and all PPA golf balls sold prior to 2002 will not be legal for tournament play or practice. The only PPA golf balls that will be legal for tournament play in 2003 are the Strata Tour Ultimate golf balls bearing both the PPA logo and the year "2003" printed on them.

PPA National Tournaments for 2003

$15,000 PPA National Invitational
June 28 - 29, 2003
Spartanburg, South Carolina


William Sumerel


Mike Brown
2002 PPA National Invitational Champion

The $15,000 PPA National Invitational is scheduled June 28-29, 2003, at the Putt-Putt Golf Course in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Rounds:
8
Tee off:
Noon (June 28th), 9 a.m. (June 29th)
Eligible Players:
All PPA National Touring Pros and Amateur Putters Association members.
Entry Fees:
National Touring Pro - $150.00. APA - $25.00. These entry fees are unchanged from 2002 with a 25% increase in the professional tournament purse. Entry fees will be accepted on Friday, June 27th, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. No personal checks or credit cards will be accepted. Entry fees must be paid in cash, travelers check or money order.
Greens Fees:
Greens fees of $10 (PPA) and $5 (APA) per player per day will be charged for practice prior to the $15,000 tournaments on all days except for Friday, Saturday and Sunday (June 27-29).  A player must have paid their entry fee to be exempt from paying greens fees on  those dates. Any player practicing without paying proper greens fees will assessed a $25.00 fine.
Prize Monies:
First through 35th place.
World PPA Match Play Championship Qualifying:
To be announced (TBA).
Defending PPA Champion:
Mike Brown of Springfield, Pa.
Defending APA Champion:
Jonathan Koo of Richmond, Va.
Course Owner and Manager: William Sumerel
Course Address: 1650 John B. White Sr. Blvd., Spartanburg, SC 29301
Course Telephone: (864) 574-3512

2003 JPA National Championship
July 19, 2003
Burlington, North Carolina

The 2003 JPA Team and Individual National Championship will be held on Saturday, July 19, 2003, at the Putt-Putt Golf Course in Burlington, North Carolina. The JPA team from Martinez, Ga. will be out to defend the title it won in Martinez, Ga. by one-stroke.
Rounds:
4 of medal play in individual competition; aggregate totals of each 4-player team.
Tee off:
TBA
Eligible Players: Girls and boys, ages 8 to 15. No player can be 16 years of age or older as of August 1, 2003 and all players must be 8 years old or older by June 1, 2003. Entry Fees: $40 per 4-player team; $10 per individual not affiliated with team representation.
Prizes:
Trophy, JPA Individual Champion; Trophy, JPA Individual Runner-up; Trophy, JPA Team Champion; Trophies, each member of JPA Championship Team; Participation Plaques for all participants.
Defending JPA Champion:
Matthew Page, Burlington, NC
Defending JPA Team Champion:
Martinez, Georgia
Course Manager: Brian Patterson
Course Address: 1340 N. Church Street, Burlington NC 27217-2804
Course Telephone: (336) 228-6217

Recommended Hotel for the 2003 JPA National Championship

The recommended hotel for the 2003 JPA National Championship in Burlington, North Carolina is Kirk's Motor Court. Room rates are $34 (1 queen bed) and $44 (2 queen beds) plus 9.5% tax. Reservations can be made by calling (336) 228-1383. Kirk's Motor Court is located at 1155 N. Church Street (Hwy. 70) in Burlington and is several blocks from the course in Burlington.

2003 JPA National Championship Picnic and Swim Party

As part of the 2003 JPA National Championship events, there will be a picnic and swim party at the Burlington Aquatic Center. Dinner will served from 5:00  p.m. through 8:00 p.m. with an open swim from 7:45 p.m. through 9:30 p.m.

PPA Championship Week
July 28 - August 2, 2003
Lubbock, Texas

Jim and Colleen Evans
Owners Putt-Putt Golf & Games
Lubbock, Texas

The "2003 PPA Week of the Nationals" will feature the 44th Annual PPA National Medal-Play Championship, the most prestigious tournament in the organization's history, to be contested over 12 rounds of play on July 31st through August 2nd, 2003, at the Putt-Putt Golf & Games in Lubbock, Texas. In addition, the semifinals and final match of the 2003 $30,000 PPA World Match Play Championship are scheduled for syndicated television taping on July 30th.

Other highlights of "PPA National Championship Week" include the PPA National Seniors Championship, the PPA National Doubles Championship, the $5,000 PPA ProPutters.com Classic, and the PPA Hall of Fame induction ceremony.

$5,000 PPA ProPutters.com Classic
July 28, 2003
Rounds:
4
Tee off:
9 a.m.
Eligible Players: PPA National Pros, PPA Club Pros and Amateur Putters Association members.
Entry Fees:
PPA National Pro - $80.00; PPA Club Pro - $80.00; APA - $20.00
Greens Fees:
Greens fees of $10 (PPA) and $5 (APA) per player per day will be charged for practice prior to Sunday, July 27th, for all players at the Lubbock, Texas Putt-Putt Golf Course. Beginning on Sunday, July 27th, a player can practice the day before and the day of any PPA National event that he/she has paid their entry fee. Any player practicing without paying proper greens fees will assessed a $25.00 fine.
Prize Monies:
PPA, first through 30th place; APA, first through 10 place ($40 expense reimbursement)
PPA World Match Play Championship Qualifying:
To be announced (TBA).
Defending PPA Champion:
Greg Ward of Loganville, Georgia
Defending APA Champion:
Nate Nichols of Edinburgh, Indiana
Course Owner and Manager: Jim and Colleen Evans
Course Address: 5110 29th Drive, Lubbock, TX 79407
Course Telephone: (806) 795-2312

2003 PPA Seniors National Championship
July 28, 2003


Robert Johnson
2002 PPA Senior National Champion

The PPA National Seniors Championship is scheduled for July 28 and is open to PPA National Touring Pros and PPA Club Pros who are 50 years or older. The 2003 PPA Senior National Championship will be played in conjunction with the ProPutters.com Classic. The competitors in the 2003 PPA Senior National Championship will be paired together at the end of the field so they will finish last, allowing all other players to watch the conclusion of the 2003 PPA Senior National Championship. The PPA National Seniors Champion will be honored at the PPA National Championship and PPA Hall of Fame Induction banquet.
Rounds:
4
Tee off: 9 a.m.
Eligible Players:
PPA National Pros and PPA Club Pros who are age 50 or older by July 28, 2003.
Entry Fees: PPA National Pro - $50.00; PPA Club Pro - $50.00.
Greens Fees: Greens fees of $10 (PPA) and $5 (APA) per player per day will be charged for practice prior to Sunday, July 27th, for all players at the Lubbock, Texas Putt-Putt Golf Course. Beginning on Sunday, July 27th, a player can practice the day before and the day of any PPA National event that he/she has paid their entry fee. Any player practicing without paying proper greens fees will assessed a $25.00 fine.
Prize Monies:
To be determined based on participation.
Defending PPA Senior Champion: Robert Johnson of Lake Wylie, South Carolina
Course Owner and Manager: Jim and Colleen Evans
Course Address: 5110 29th Drive, Lubbock, TX 79407
Course Telephone: (806) 795-2312

$30,000 PPA World Match Play Championship
July 28-30, 2003

Greg Ward - 2002 PPA World Match Play Champion
Greg Ward
2002 PPA World Match Play Champion

The PPA World Match Play Championship returns to the PPA National Tournament Program for the 2003 season after a successful 2002 tournament. The list of past PPA World Match Play Putting Champions reads like a "Who's Who of the PPA, with past champions Rick Smith, Indianapolis, Ind., 1969 and 1972; Dick Florin, Fayetteville, Ga., 1970 and 1976; Vance Randall, Asheville, NC, 1971; Mike Baldoza, Fort Worth, Texas, 1973; Gary Miller, Columbus, Ga., 1975; Eugene Carter, South Africa, 1977; Buddy Taylor, Gambrills, Md., 1978; and Greg Ward, Lawrenceville, Ga., 2002. Randall, Taylor and Ward, all members of the PPA Hall of Fame, are still active on the PPA Tour.
Rounds:
Two 48 player brackets (Tracy Moore bracket and Roger Moore bracket) playing 36-hole single elimination matches down to 2 players.
Tee off: Match play begins at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, July 29th. Television filming begins at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, July 30th.
Eligible Players:
Ninety-six (96) spots will be available for the 2003 PPA World Match Play Championship. All players making application for PPA Touring Pro status may pay for one (1) spot when they submit their membership application (up to 28 February 2003) by including an additional $100. The remaining spots, if any are available, will be awarded through PPA National tournament play in 2003 with details to be announced.
Entry Fees: $100 per qualification spot with a PPA Touring Pro eligible to earn up to two (2) spots.
Greens Fees:
Greens fees of $10 (PPA) and $5 (APA) per player per day will be charged for practice prior to Sunday, July 27th, for all players at the Lubbock, Texas Putt-Putt Golf Course. Beginning on Sunday, July 27th, a player can practice the day before and the day of any PPA National event that he/she has paid their entry fee. Any player practicing without paying proper greens fees will assessed a $25.00 fine.
Prize Monies:
PPA, first through 96th place (players earning qualification berths are guaranteed at least $150 in prize money for each spot); APA, first through eighth place ($50 expense reimbursement).
Course Owner and Manager: Jim and Colleen Evans
Course Address: 5110 29th Drive, Lubbock, TX 79407
Course Telephone: (806) 795-2312

2003 PPA/APA National Doubles Championship
July 30, 2003

The PPA /APA National Doubles Championship is scheduled for July 30, consisting of two-man teams competing in separate divisions.
Rounds:
4 rounds; two rounds of better-ball competition and two rounds of alternate shot competition.
Tee off: Begins 90 minutes after conclusion of television filming on July 30th.
Eligible Players: PPA National Pros, PPA Club Pros and Amateur Putters Association members.
Entry Fees: PPA National Pro - $50.00 per player; PPA Club Pro - $50.00, per player; APA - $15.00 per player
Greens Fees: Greens fees of $10 (PPA) and $5 (APA) per player per day will be charged for practice prior to Sunday, July 27th, for all players at the Lubbock, Texas Putt-Putt Golf Course. Beginning on Sunday, July 27th, a player can practice the day before and the day of any PPA National event that he/she has paid their entry fee. Any player practicing without paying proper greens fees will assessed a $25.00 fine.
Prize Monies:
To be announced (TBA).
Defending PPA Champion: Robin Ventura of Cincinnati, Ohio and Cliff Matthews of Arlington, Texas
Defending APA Champion: James Gay, Sr. and Paula Gay of Martinez, Georgia
Course Owner and Manager: Jim and Colleen Evans
Course Address: 5110 29th Drive, Lubbock, TX 79407
Course Telephone: (806) 795-2312

2003 APA National Championship
July 31 - August 1, 2003

Paul Lowery - 2002 APA National Champion
Paul Lowery
2002 APA National Champion

The 44th Annual APA National Amateur Championship is scheduled for July 31 - August 1, bringing the top amateurs in the nation together in a 144-medal play competition. Participants will tee-off last on Aug. 1 to allow all players the opportunity to see the conclusion of the APA National Championship.
Rounds:
8
Tee off: 9 a.m. (July 31st and August 1st)
Eligible Players:
Amateur Putters Association members; novice players are not eligible.
Entry Fees: $50.00
Greens Fees: Greens fees of $10 (PPA) and $5 (APA) per player per day will be charged for practice prior to Sunday, July 27th, for all players at the Lubbock, Texas Putt-Putt Golf Course. Beginning on Sunday, July 27th, a player can practice the day before and the day of any PPA National event that he/she has paid their entry fee. Any player practicing without paying proper greens fees will assessed a $25.00 fine.
Prize Monies:
First through 10th place; $80 expense reimbursement.
Defending Champion: Paul Lowery of Richmond, Virginia
Course Owner and Manager: Jim and Colleen Evans
Course Address: 5110 29th Drive, Lubbock, TX 79407
Course Telephone: (806) 795-2312

$25,000 PPA National Championship
July 31 - August 2, 2003

The 44th Annual PPA National Championship is scheduled for July 31 - August 2, bringing the top professionals in the nation to battle in a 216-medal play marathon. Contestants will play 72 holes each day. The PPA National Champion is the organization's most prestigious title. Cliff Matthews of Arlington, Texas, earned the title in 2002 with a PPA Scoring Record total of 292, 140-under par.
Rounds:
12
Tee off: 9 a.m. (July 31st, August 1st and August 2nd)
Eligible Players:
PPA National Pros.
Entry Fees: $220.00, including ticket to PPA National Champion and PPA Hall of Fame banquet.
Greens Fees: Greens fees of $10 (PPA) and $5 (APA) per player per day will be charged for practice prior to Sunday, July 27th, for all players at the Lubbock, Texas Putt-Putt Golf Course. Beginning on Sunday, July 27th, a player can practice the day before and the day of any PPA National event that he/she has paid their entry fee. Any player practicing without paying proper greens fees will assessed a $25.00 fine.
Prize Monies:
First through 45th place.
Defending Champion: Cliff Matthews of Arlington, Texas
Course Owner and Manager: Jim and Colleen Evans
Course Address: 5110 29th Drive, Lubbock, TX 79407
Course Telephone: (806) 795-2312

Summary of Entry Fees for 2003

The following is a summary of the entry fees and prize money for the 2003 National Tournaments. Please note that entry fees have not been increased for the 2003 PPA National Tournament Program. A player may earn up to two spots, $100 per spot in qualification fees, in the 2003 PPA World Match Play Championship.

Event

Touring Pro

Club Pro

Amateur

$25,000 PPA National Medal-Play Championship$220N/A*$50
$30,000 PPA World Match Play Championship$100**N/A*$25**
2003 PPA Senior National Championship$50***$50***N/A***
$15,000 PPA National Invitational$150N/A*$25
$5,000 ProPutters.com Classic$80$80$20
PPA National Doubles Championship$50****$50****$15****

* Club Pros are not eligible to play in the $15,000 National Events, $30,000 PPA World Match Play Championship, or the $25,000 PPA National Medal-Play Championship.

** Entry fees listed for the 2003 PPA World Match Play Championship are the qualification fee paid after a player has earned a spot. A player may earn up to two spots in the 2003 PPA World Match Play Championship. Entry fees listed for the 2003 APA World Match Play Championship are the entry fee for tournament. Spots will not be awarded for the APA division of the APA World Match Play Championship.

*** Entry fees listed for the 2003 PPA Senior National Championship are for just the Senior National Championship. A Touring or Club Pro who is 50 or older may play in both the Senior National Championship and the $5,000 ProPutters.com Classic but must pay an entry fee for each of these events. There is no amateur division in the 2003 PPA Senior National Championship.

**** Entry fees listed for the 2003 National Doubles Championship are per player with each player on a doubles team required to pay the listed entry fee.

Summary of Prize Money for 2003

The following is a summary of the prize money for the 2003 National Tournaments excluding the 2003 PPA World Match Play Championship which is shown in its own table below. Prize money for the 2003 PPA Senior National Championship and 2003 PPA National Doubles Championship will be determined at the tournament site. The professional prize money for these two tournaments will be equal to the total of all the professional entry fees.

$25,000 PPA
National Championship

$15,000 PPA
National Invitational

$5,000 PPA ProPutters.com Open

ProfessionalAmateurProfessionalAmateurProfessionalAmateur
1$3,000$80$1,200$50$500$40
2$2,000$80$1,000$50$400$40
3$1,600$80$900$50$325$40
4$1,300$80$850$50$280$40
5$1,100$80$800$50$240$40
6$1,000$80$750$50$220$40
7$900$80$700$50$200$40
8$850$80$650$50$190$40
9$800$80$600$50$180$40
10$750$80$575$50$170$40
11$700$550$160
12$650$525$155
13$600$500$150
14$550$475$145
15$500$450$140
16$450$400$135
17$425$350$130
18$400$325$125
19$375$300$120
20$350$280$115
21$340$260$110
22$330$240$105
23$320$220$100
24$310$210$95
25$300$200$90
26$295$190$90
27$290$185$85
28$285$180$85
29$280$175$80
30$275$170$80
31$270 $165   
32$265 $160   
33$260 $155   
34$255 $155   
35$250 $155   
36$250     
37$245     
38$245     
39$240     
40$240     
41$235     
42$235     
43$230     
44$230     
45$225     

Prize Money in the 2003 PPA World Match Play Championship

$30,000 PPA World Match Play Championship

Professional

Amateur

1st$3,000$50
2nd$2,000$50
3rd - 4th$1,000$50
5th - 8th$750$50
9th - 16th$500 
17th - 32nd$300 
33rd - 64th$200 
65th - 96th$150 

The PPA National Players Board reserves the right to make corrections of mistakes and omissions to the 2003 Professional Putters Association tour.

 

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