Knights of Columbus to sponsor annual golf tourney

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The Knights of Columbus encourage all Copper Corridor golfers to save Saturday, April 5 for a fun, prize filled tournament at Saddlebrooke Ranch West golf course on Highway 77, just north of Oracle Jct. near milepost 93.

"We always get many compliments on how many raffle prizes and contests we have and what an enjoyable tournament we have," said tournament organizer John Wahlmeier.

"We get a lot of golfers from our fellow mining communities," he added.

This year the Knights who serve Mammoth, San Manuel and Oracle are offering two "Hole in One" prizes at no charge.

There will also be prizes offered for Closest to the Pin, Longest Drive, Longest Putt, Most Accurate Drive in addition to prizes for the top two golf teams.

"A hole in one on hole #2 will get the winner three days and two nights in Laughlin and a hole in one on hole #12 will win a golf cart from Golf Cars of Arizona," Wahlmeier said.

The tournament cost is $70 if paid by March 30 and $75 after. The price includes a cart and lunch. Registration is at 7 am with tee time at 8 am. Dress is a collared shirt and no denim.

Contact Wahlmeier at (520) 385-4590 or jmfaalias@gmail.com

The Knights of Columbus is the world's largest Catholic lay organization of men and their families who promote Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism.

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