Welcome to the 84th Kenridge Invitational Golf Tournament
June 2-5, 2022
The Kenridge Invitational is a 54-hole stroke play tournament with a rich history and distinguished champions. The deadline for entry is Monday, May 9 at 5:00 p.m. with the final field selected by the Kenridge Committee on Wednesday, May 18. You may withdraw by Monday, May 23 with no penalty. First-round tee times will be posted on this website on Monday, May 23.
$400 Entry Fee
- One Practice Round
- Three Tournament Rounds
- Cart Fees
- Two Dinners with Open Bar
- Awards for Top Performers
To sign up, please complete the form below.
Questions? Contact Taylor Babcock, Head Golf Professional, at the Farmington Golf Shop at (434) 245-0680.
FCC Member Kenridge Exemption and Qualifier Information
An email will be sent on Friday, April 1, to those who qualify. Qualifiers will be provided a link to submit a formal notice to compete in the Kenridge and must submit their information by Monday, May 9, at 5:00 p.m. Any member with an index under 6.4, as of April 1, 2022, will be exempt from qualifying for the Kenridge. Please note, your GHIN account must be registered with Farmington Country Club in order to receive this exemption. Any junior, not yet in college and under 19 years old as of April 1, 2022, will need to qualify for the Kenridge Invitational. All Farmington members with an index greater than 6.4, as of April 1, 2022, will need to qualify to secure their spot in the Kenridge.
Loving Cup Qualifier Information: The formal Farmington Country Club qualifier for the Kenridge will take place during the Loving Cup held April 9 - 10, 2022. Those wishing to qualify will be playing in the Championship Flight from the Black Tees. A two-day score of 160 or under will automatically qualify participants for the 84th Kenridge Invitational.
Each contestant may bring one guest to the cocktail party and dinner. Outside liquor is no longer permitted at Farmington. A jacket is required at the Saturday night dinner. During play, contestants are not permitted to wear tennis or short shorts, only longer or walking Bermuda-type shorts are allowed. Non-metal spikes are required on the golf course at all times.