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Benefit golf tournament named for fallen police chief set for Aug. 24
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The Long County Sheriff’s Office will hold a benefit golf tournament in honor of fallen Ludowici Police Chief Frank McClelland Jr. on Saturday, Aug. 24 at Cherokee Rose Golf Course. 

Mcclelland died in the line of duty last year.

Tournament proceeds will go to the 200 Club of the Coastal Empire. The 200 Club is a nonprofit organization serving the families of fallen first responders.

Entry fee is $200 per Team (includes 2 Mulligans per player). Format is a four person scramble. Sign in at 1 p.m., tournament begins at 2 p.m. 

Donation opportunities include a $100 minimum for hole sponsors. Individuals, any amount is appreciated. Make checks payable to The 200 Club of Savannah.

Prizes include: 1st place - $400; 2nd place - $300; 3rd place - $200.

The tournament will include one closest to the pin contest and a longest drive competition. 

There will be door prizes and a 50/50 raffle. Dinner will be served after the tournament.

For details contact Danny Dinkins at (912) 977-1062. 

Players can also sign up at Cherokee Rose Club House (on the bulletin board).

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