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In the time it takes a foursome to play a round of golf, 14 men will die because of prostate cancer.
This Saturday’s golf tournament is to raise money for prostate cancer research.
Entry fee is $20.
The Closest-to-the-Pin contest begins at 8 a.m. and goes until 3 p.m.
Play will take place at Rolling Hills Golf Club in Salisbury.
Contest Hole is 12, which is alongside the far end of the parking lot
Seniors play from the senior tees; ladies from the ladies tees.
Closest to the pin winner receives a replica of Arnold Palmer’s first putter.
The second-closest receives 13 grips from Lamkin Grips
All participants will receive a signature Arnold Palmer golf hat and a one-year subscription to Golf Digest.
If your unable to attend that day, send your check to “Arnie’s Army” with a friend and we will send them home with your gifts.

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