Captain's Choice Tournament
September 12th at 8:30 a.m or 1:00 p.m. Tee time
Goodyear Golf Club
Chances to win prizes include:
New Toyota Truck (sponsored by Danville Toyota & Scion)
New Harley Davidson (sponsored by Thunder Road Harley Davidson)
One Carat Diamond (sponsored by Ben David Jewelers)
Any Much More!!
Cost of Teams:
Regular Team---$400 Includes golf and dinner for 4 players
Corporate Team--$600 Includes golf for 4 players, dinner for 4 players and 4 guests, Hole Sponsor Sign, and will be competing for a Corporate Cup
Attention Business Owners:
Hole Sponsor cost is $100 and includes a custom sign for the individual or business.
Prizes big and small are still needed. Please call Rhonda Zola at 434-836-4472 or 276-358-0784 for more information or to register today!
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