Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Area Sports

August 20, 2013

CCHS baseball golf tournament tees off Oct. 27 at Heatherhurst

CROSSVILLE — The annual fundraising golf tournament for the CCHS baseball team will be Oct. 27, with 9 a.m. shotgun start on the Crag Course at Heatherhurst Golf Club. 

"This is a very important fundraiser for the baseball team, so I hope everyone can find time to put your team together and have some fun while helping out a good cause," said Heatherhurst professional Jeff Houston.

The format is a four-person scramble. Teams can be all men, all women or a mix with a  handicap of A (0-9), B (10-14), C (15-20) and D (21 and over) team make up. If you have something close, It will be accepted.  For example, if you have two “A” players, make sure to have two “D” players.

The tournament field is limited to the first 36-paid teams.

There will be two flights based on 16 teams or more. The first-place team will receive $300 per team and second-place team earns $150 per team, 

The entry fee is $65 per person and it includes golf, cart, mulligan, prizes and lunch after play. The entry forms are available at Heatherhurst. 

For more information, you can email or call him at (931) 707-2134 or Heatherhurst at (931) 484-3799.

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