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2ND ANNUAL GOLF TOURNEY
Submitted By James Beard on Thursday, July 20, 2017

REGISTER NOW FOR OUR 2ND ANNUAL GOLF TOURNEY
WHEN: SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16TH, 2017
WHERE: BYRNELL GOLF CLUB, FENELON FALLS
12:00 PM SHOTGUN START
ENTRY FEE: $50/PERSON OR $200/TEAM TO BE PAID IN ADVANCE
LUNCH IS INCLUDED
LUNCH ORDERS ARE DUE WITH REGISTRATION
BEVERAGES ARE NOT INCLUDED



22 TWO SEATER CARTS ARE AVAILABLE AT $20 PER CART OR $10 PER PERSON
IF YOU WOULD LIKE A CART YOU WILL NEED TO RESERVE ONE BY CALLING BYRNELL GOLF CLUB AT 705-887-2935 PLEASE SEE ATTACHED SHEET FOR DETAILS
EMAIL: [email protected] will all your questions and registrations.

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