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      NCR Country Club was created by Stanley Allyn during his tenure as president of National Cash Register (NCR) as a world-class recreational facility for NCR employees. Allyn was a golf enthusiast and a member of the PGA’s Advisory Committee when the PGA Championship was conducted at neighboring Moraine Country Club in 1945.

      John H. Patterson, founder of NCR Corporation, strongly believed that a company provide recreational facilities and programs for its employees. The company’s first golf courses were built in 1914 and the game was widely accepted by NCR employees. In 1918, the course and park area were deeded to the city of Dayton for the enjoyment of all its citizens and is known now as Community Golf Club.

       

      Championship Facts

      PAR AND YARDAGE: The South Course at NCR Country Club will be set up at 6,153 yards and play to a par of 37-36-73. 

      WHO CAN ENTER: All states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico may enter teams of three players. The only golfers ineligible to participate are those currently on a college team, per NCAA rules.

      SCHEDULE OF PLAY: Eighteen holes of stroke play are scheduled for Sept. 17-19 (Tuesday-Thursday) with two lowest of the three individual scores counting as the team’s score for the round. The team with the lowest aggregate score through 54 holes is the champion.

      ADMISSION: Admission is free of charge.  

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