WESTERN CHAPTER ISA GOLF TOURNAMENT Benefiting the TREE Fund
Monday, May 2, 2022
This “Best Ball Scramble” tournament is scheduled with a first tee time of 8:00 a.m. on Monday, May 2, 2022. The $150.00 entry fee will include a round of 18 holes, golf cart, raffle ticket and lunch. Golf Shop script will be presented for team low gross, longest drive and closest to the pin with an optional 2nd and 3rd place depending on the number of golfers. There will be a raffle drawing following the trophy presentation. Rental clubs are available.
We’ve added a disc golf option this year. Lake Chabot has one of the best 18 hole disc golf tracks around. It is a great opportunity to “pitch the disc” with WCISA President, Doug Wildman. $75.00 entry fee will include a round of 18 holes, raffle ticket, lunch and a 3 disc starter set.
If you are unable to play, you can still participate as a hole sponsor or tee/green co-sponsor. Sponsors will receive a tee or green sign, recognition in the program and recognition at the awards presentation. In order for us to be able to accommodate the expected increase in the number of sponsors, we have established two different sponsorship categories:
Hole Sponsor: Sole sponsor for a designated hole – $500.00
Tee/Green Sponsor: Shared sponsorship – $250.00
If you have any questions, feel free to call me at 559/793-1913 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Situated in the Oakland Hills with stunning panoramic views of downtown, Bay Bridge and Lake Chabot area, Lake Chabot Golf Course offers an unbeatable combination: 27 pristine holes of golf for players of all skill levels, at affordable rates that make the game accessible to everyone. A favorite of local golf enthusiasts since 1923, the course recently completed extensive course and property improvements that have taken the course to the next level.
New this year – 36 hole disc golf course. It moves along our Par 3 course, where each hole has two tees and two baskets set up.
For more information on the TREE Fund – please visit http://www.treefund.org