Colonial golf tournaments have grown in popularity in the last few years and the 2017 Colonial Golf Tournament of Alabama has taken the world by storm.
The Colonial Golf tournament is the first ever Colonial Golf Tour of Alabama.
The $300k payout will be shared amongst the winner of the tournament, and also the four participants who were invited to compete in the golf tournament.
The tournament took place in December and will be broadcast live on ABC on Friday, December 17.
The winner of Colonial Golf will receive $300 from the payout.
The four participants of the Colonial Golf are as follows:Linda Paznik, Sarah Johnson, Tressi Kastor, and Jennifer Gee.
The winner will also receive $200,000 from the Colonial Tour of Ala.
The 2017 Colonial golf tournament has grown in popular popularity in recent years.
The 2017 Colonial Tour was one of the biggest golf tournaments in the world.
The tournaments main sponsor was American Apparel, and they were supported by a $1 million donation from American Apples owner and CEO, John Skipper.
The event was a total success, with the Colonial tour earning over $1.3 million in prize money, with some $200k in travel and accommodation expenses.
The money raised by the event has also been used to help local communities across the state.
The Colonial Golf team is also making some big waves in the game of golf.
The team is currently in the midst of building a $30 million tournament facility in the Gulf of Mexico, which will be the largest golf facility in Alabama.
They are currently in negotiations with several state government agencies to secure the site and a permit to begin construction.
If they manage to secure a permit, the $30m facility will be a key asset for the golf club.
The team also plans to launch their own women’s golf tournament in the next few years.
This year’s tournament will feature more than 500 players, and will also feature $2,500 in prizes.
The top two players will also be flown out to the Gulf Coast for the event.
The women’s tournament has been on hold for a while due to Hurricane Irma, but it will return this year.
The winners of the women’s tournaments will receive up to $1,500 for their tournament, as well as a $5,000 scholarship.
The $30k payout for the Colonial tournament was announced on Friday.
The announcement was made on the Colonial golf Facebook page.
It is currently unclear if the Colonial women’s event will be able to go ahead this year, or if it will have to be canceled due to Irma.
Colonial golf has had some success recently, winning the 2017 Continental Classic, which took place last week in Georgia.