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Golf4Hospice set Monday at Irish Creek

 

KANNAPOLIS — Carolinas HealthCare System Hospice of Cabarrus is hosting its annual Golf4Hospice Tournament at The Club at Irish Creek  Monday, with registration at 10 a.m. and a shotgun start at noon.

All proceeds benefit Wings2Soar, a community grief counseling program.

The 18-hole captain’s choice tournament includes on-course contests and a mulligan package. Each player receives a round of golf, a gift, continental breakfast for early birds, lunch, refreshments and a 19th hole post-tournament celebration and awards ceremony.

There will be prizes and raffles. Raffle tickets will be available for our Get Out of Town prize package to Blowing Rock and Ocean Isle. The Tee It Up raffle includes golf foursomes at Pinehurst Resort and River Run Country Club. A silent auction includes foursomes at many of the finest private golf clubs in the area.

 

The final celebration will include tournament scoreboard updates, barbecued chicken wings, a nacho bar featuring chopped chicken and pork, cold drinks, the silent auction, awards and prize presentations and a check presentation to Wings2Soar.

 

The cost is $400 per foursome or $100 per player. Mulligan packages will be $25 per player.

Wings2Soar is a community-supported grief counseling program, designed to give children, teens and adults the special support they need in dealing with the death of a friend or loved one.

 

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