Knights to sponsor annual golf tourney; two prizes offered for hole in one contest

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San Manuel, AZ – The Tri-Community Knights of Columbus 11th Annual Charity Golf tournament will be April 6 at the SaddleBrooke Ranch West golf course, milepost 93 on Highway 77, according to tournament director John Wahlmeier.

“This year we have two Hole in One prizes that will surely interest golfers,” Wahlmeier said.

New this year is a free golf cart, offered by Golf Cars of Arizona for a hole in one on hole 12. The other is the $10,000 prize offered by State Farm agent Aaron Franco for a hole in one on hole two.

The cost for the tournament is $65 per player, if paid by March 30 and $75 after March 30. The price includes a cart and lunch and is limited to the first 144 paid players. Registration is at 7 a.m. with the Four Person Scramble format kicking off at 8 a.m. according to Wahlmeier.

“This is one of the most fun tournaments in southern Arizona, according to our players,” Wahlmeier said.

Golfers can contact Wahlmeier at jmfaalias@gmail.com or mail their entry fee to 923 W. Webb Dr. San Manuel, AZ 85631.

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