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Tiger Tee-off is Saturday
Players have chance to win new Focus
Cherokee Rose's part-three 13th hole has a water trap. - photo by Phgoto by Patty Leon
The annual Bradwell Institute Tiger Tee-off hits the green tomorrow afternoon at the Cherokee Rose Country Club in Hinesville.
The tournament aids the school’s athletic booster clubs and supports student athletes as they travel to region and state tournaments.
According to Tiger golf coach Ken Griffin, there is still room for more teams. The shotgun start is at 1 p.m.
“The cheerleaders are preparing for summer camp,” Griffin said. “The football players are weightlifting and preparing for passing league camps and coach Brian Williams and I are running with the students interested in cross country. Even though it’s summer the BI athletes and coaches are working hard and this tournament is used to raise funds for our non-revenue producing sports. I encourage everyone to participate.”
This year Hinesville Ford is sponsoring a Ford Focus as a prize for a hole in one on the 13th hole, a par 3 hole.
“Thanks to Hinesville Ford for their continued support,” Griffin said. “Each year Fred (Mingledorff) provides us with an auto and is always generous with his support.”
Fees are $50 per person
and $200 per four-person team. Prize money will be awarded for first, second and third places. Hole sponsorships are also still available. For more information, call the country club at 876-5503.
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