Masset Open this weekend

  • Aug. 4, 2004 11:00 a.m.

Submitted by Delbert Dorrington–The Dixon Entrance Golf Club is holding its major tournament of the year – the Masset Open – on Saturday and Sunday (Aug. 7-8) with a practice round on Friday. There are an excellent variety of prizes to be won, including the Air Canada closest to the pin competition. Hawkair has donated a return trip for two as a door prize. The executive welcomes all entries. Friday evening there will be a meet and greet with refreshments and on Saturday dinner will be served at 5 pm. New this year for golfers who are unable to golf 18 holes each day for 36 holes may enter the 18-hole tournament, playing nine holes per day or golf the 18 holes in one day only, at a reduced rate.
For more information contact Delbert at 557-8510 or 626-3500.

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