Social events are free to all players, but they must
register by noon on Friday, September 30.
Click here to register for
the evening socials.
Thursday Evening - Players' Cocktail Party
Seabrook Island Club welcomes the tournament participants and
their guests to the gorgeous Island House for fellowship, heavy
hors d'oeuvres, beer, wine, and soft drinks, and an exciting silent
auction that benefits Hospice of Charleston Foundation.
Friday Evening - Buffet Dinner
Enjoy dining and socializing with tournament competitors and
their guests while overlooking the Atlantic Ocean from the Island
House. Buffet dinner, beer, wine and soft drinks included.
Both Social Events are free to all tournament
participants however, a guest of participants must pay to attend
For the past ten years, the tournament has raised money for the
Hospice of Charleston Foundation, a non-profit organization that
makes compassionate end of life care possible by assisting families
who turn to Hospice for help. Last year, $37,500 was presented to
the HOC at the buffet dinner, bringing the total gift over past
years to over $221,500. Please consider supporting the Hospice of
Charleston Foundation by noting your donation on the Tournament
Entry Form. In addition, Thursday's Players' Cocktail Party will
feature a robust silent auction with all funds raised during this
evening's event directly benefiting the Hospice of Charleston
Foundation. We encourage you to consider joining us in these
fund-raising efforts. It's a win-win situation!
MUST REGISTER FOR TOURNAMENT ONLINE. ENTRY FEE is $97.25 flat
fee per player for one or two events. Fees include all tennis,
prizes, entertainment and hospitality.
DEADLINE: Online entries open August 14th. Entries close
Thursday, September 29th.
ENTRIES CANNOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER THE DEADLINE.
Daily at Racquet Club - Continental Breakfast fruit and soft
drinks. Lunch can be purchased courtside at the Racquet Club.
Other Activities - All amenities of the Club are available to
players and guests including restaurants, pools, golf, fitness
center, horseback riding, etc. Pro Shop merchandise discounts are
available for players and their guests. On site shower facilities
will be available to all players during the event.
Men's Singles/Doubles: 35,40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 75, 80
Women's Singles/Doubles: 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 75,
Mixed Doubles: 40, 50, 60, 70
Players may enter a maximum of two events: one singles and one
doubles events or two doubles events (not two mixed events). Draws
with four or fewer entrants may be played as round robins. Players
may indicate if they wish to be placed into the next lower age
division. A consolation tournament will be held for first match
singles losers (weather permitting). Play begins Thursday morning.
Players in draws larger than 16 may be required to play two matches
in those events on Thursday or Friday. However, if numbers dictate,
some matches may be played on Wednesday.
USTA membership required. USTA RULES and THE CODE will govern
all play. Matches will be scheduled at The Club's 15 Fast Dri
courts, and will consist of the best of three tie-breaker sets,
regular scoring. Alternate sites and scoring may be used for
consolation rounds and in case of inclement weather. The "All
Factors Method" will be used to determine seedings. Players must
check-in 30 minutes prior to all matches. The Referee will govern
and enforce all USTA rules.
***Start Times: Each Player is responsible for obtaining their
first match start time. Start Times will be posted online Tuesday
afternoon. Players in draws larger than 16 who will play on
Wednesday will receive a phone call from the Racquet Club with
first match times.***
Prizes will be awarded to all event winners and finalists
(except winners only in consolation and round robin events). We are
proud to announce that this year's winners will once again receive
an award exclusively designed and created for the Alan Fleming
Tournament by renowned sculptor Walter Palmer of Hilton Head, SC
and the Florida Keys. Walter Palmer has been commissioned to create
sculptures for Fortune 500 companies, luxury hotels and private
collectors throughout the US, Europe and the Caribbean. We are
pleased to be awarding a dolphin trophy called "Over the Top".
SPECIAL VILLA RATES
Special Villa rates (10% off daily published rates) on fully
equipped 1, 2, and 3 bedroom villas on Seabrook Island. Private
homes are also available for larger groups. Call 1.800.742.2532 and
mention package number 7009 to obtain a reduced rate.
2011 TOURNAMENT SPONSORS
Hines Wealth Management/Eugene Harvey Hines, CFP
The Coleman Dunleavy Group/UBS Financial Services, Hutchie and
Jerry Cummin, Rick and Kathi McDaniel, Newton Farms/Piggly Wiggly,
Prince, Rehabilitation Centers of Charleston, Reliable Property
Managers, ResortQuest, Charles Schwab and Company/Andrew J.
Angel Oak Eye Center, LLC/Paul W. Bohac, OD, Charleston Bone and
Joint/Robert B. Lowery, MD, Coastal Getaways of SC, Doctors
Care/UCI Medical Affiliates of SC, Inc., Guy and Judy Gimson, Emily
and Squinch Goodwin, Richard B. Homes, CPA, LLC, Indigo Books at
Freshfields Village, Joe and Pat Marino, The Rakovich Group/Morgan
Stanley Smith Barney, John F. Rick, DDS, AAACD, Roper St. Francis
Healthcare, Southeastern Institute, Vincent's Drug Store and Soda
All Seasons True Value/Jusk Ask Rental, BB&T Home
Mortgage/Betsy Good, Berkeley Electric Cooperative, Walt and
Margarette Fletcher, Freshfields Village, K Swiss, Limehouse
Produce Company, Inc., Michael Bambauer Charitable Foundation,
Palmetto Exterminators, Inc.
Alan Fleming Senior Clay Court Tournament Distinguised
Competitor Award Winners
From 1993 through 1998 this award was known as the
"Interstate/Johnson Lane Distinguished Competitor Award." Since
1999, it is known as the "Michael E. Bambauer Charitable Foundation
Distinguished Competitor Award." The award recognizes one male and
one female player at the Alan Fleming Tournament who have (1) shown
proven playing abilities, (2) conveyed a fine sense of
sportsmanship, and (3) demonstrated good fellowship.
1993: Jennette Weiland and Bill Jolly
1994: Faye Martin and Bob Grout
1995: Bob Meyerdierks and Caroline Price
1996: Shirley Taylor and Woody Holmes
1997: Maureen O'Berg and George Kuechenmeister
1998: Ann Munday and Tom Foster
1999: Karen Bigger and Bob Koenig
2000: Trisha Gaskins and Joe Mullins
2001: Roberta Case and Ron Groff
2002: Susie Peiffer and Joe Roberts
2003: Sally McKinney and Yutaka Kobayashi
2004: Jane Foster and Bill Weathers
2005: Nancy McEachern and Bill King
2006: Betsy McColl and Johnny Williams
2007: Sherry Adams and Frank Meade
2008: Carrie Randall and Lee Gaskins
2009: Cindy Babb and Ray Jones
2010: Diane Fishburne and Bob Wiederhorn
FOR TOURNAMENT INFORMATION, DOUBLE CLICK THE HEADLINE BELOW.
Please check this site frequently for updates and changes.
Mike Kiser - Tournament Director
Guy and Judy Gimson - Tournament Chairpersons
Pat Staley and Mary Anna Scott - Referees
The Alan Fleming Tournament Committee and volunteers of Seabrook
Player Selection Type
No Selection Process. All registered players will be selected.
Entry to this tournament is open to all USTA members. Entries must be submitted by Thursday, September 29, 2011 11:59:00 PM Eastern Time. Only USTA members can register online if available.
In the future, you can jump straight to this tournament by entering the tournament identification number: 704137611 from the searchable schedule homepage.
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