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Discussion: New SSUSA cards for 2017

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Oct. 7, 2016
Men's 75
14 posts
New SSUSA cards for 2017
My card expires 10/31/2016 and I plan on playing in Fort Myers Nov 1st. How do I get a new card before the start of the 2017 season. Or don't I need one?
Oct. 7, 2016
Men's 50
94 posts
You have to call 916-326-5303.
Oct. 7, 2016
Men's 60
24 posts
Below was information from the player registration section:

If you have an expired player card and we have your email address in our database, you can renew online. Simply log into your player account at the top of this page using your email address and password. On your player homepage you will see the link to renew online and pay by credit card.

Logged in and did not find a link.

Going to mail mine in today. It says it needs to be received 20 days before tournament starts.
Oct. 7, 2016
Men's 65
898 posts
If you do not follow any of the above, you can always show up to the tournament with a completed registration form and check and give it to the director of the tournament. Registration form can be obtained above.

Andy Smith
65 Major
Oct. 7, 2016
Men's 55
67 posts
What happened to the renew on-line link? It was there and now it's gone....
Oct. 7, 2016
Men's 50
94 posts
Until the end of this month you have to call.
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