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Join us for the best golf tournament you’ll attend all year!


Famous Slush Hole
Jaguar on the course. Closest to the pin wins the car for a weekend!

Enjoy complimentary beverages on the course, lunch at the turn and dinner catered by GRAZIE

Our Spring Fling Was a Great Success. Thank You To Our Race Sponsors and Everyone Who Attended!

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