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  • April 2021 Game Updates

    31 Mar 2021

    Check out what's new on WGT today, including more holes to play at Torrey Pines, exciting tournaments in partnership with USGA and brand new Cobra RADSPEED clubs. 

    Virtual U.S. Open Back 9 Challenge 

    You’ve played the front 9 and now you can experience the back 9 at Torrey Pines, WGT’s newest course, when you play in the 2021 Virtual U.S. Open Back 9 Challenge!

    This special tournament in partnership with USGA, will be starting on 4/1, so be sure to get those practice rounds in now and keep an eye out for more updates on Torrey Pines coming soon. 

    Starting Soon

    USGA eSports Grand Slam: Virtual Open at Olympic 

    Starting 4/1, play the Virtual Open at Olympic, the first of four tournaments as part of the USGA eSports Grand Slam Presented by Lexus.

    This special tournament will be played at The Olympic Club, host course of the 2021 U.S. Women's Open Championship. The winner will go on to compete in the final event at the end of the season for Amex gift cards, USGAShop.com gift cards and more. 

    Starting Soon

    April Open

    Play the WGT Live Series: April Open, the final Live Series qualifier in the 2021 season, today!

    The top ten players will earn a spot to compete in the live-streamed broadcast in May. Plus, the top 70 scores will also split a total purse of 20,000 WGT Credits. 

    Play Now

    NEW Cobra RADSPEED Clubs

    Upgrade your virtual golf bag with the latest from Cobra!

    These popular clubs are optimized and radically designed to give you more speed and forgiveness. Plus, you’ll notice higher launch and low spin on each shot. New Cobra RADSPEED clubs include: 

    Cobra King RADSPEED Iron Set (L8, 65)

    Cobra King RADSPEED Driver (L5, 63)

    Cobra King RADSPEED 3 Wood (L7, 64)

    Cobra King RADSPEED Hybrid (L7, 64)

    See Cobra in Pro Shop

    Garden Party Showdown 

    Swing into Spring with the Garden Party Showdown, starting later this month!

    If you’re new to Showdowns, there are a few things you should know. First, Showdown qualifying rounds last three days and each new day is a new chance to qualify for the elimination round. Scoring is based on total strokes, meaning the fewer shots you take to complete your matches, the higher you will rank on the leaderboard. Everyone who makes it to the final round wins prizes! 

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