The WGT Virtual Tour heads across the pond this month, as Royal St. George's challenges participants in the Cutter & Buck Classic.
Having hosted the Open Championship a total of 14 times, most recently in 2011, Royal St. George's is one of the most visually stunning courses England has to offer. Between cavernous bunkers, undulating greens and the "Valley of Sin" on the par-4 fourth hole, the layout challenges virtual golfers of all skill levels.
The Cutter & Buck Classic is a two-round, stroke-play event. Players have an unlimited number of opportunities to card their lowest first-round score by May 26, then will have only a single chance to card a second-round score by May 31. The players with the lowest two-round total will split the 200,000 WGT credit purse, with an eye on boosting their year-long totals as the season-ending Tour Championship draws closer.