Roseville golfers saddle up for charity

April 28, 2018 by  

The 2018 Mayor’s Cup Golf Tournament will be in full swing the middle of May. This 22nd annual event will have many golfers feeling “home on the range.”

Registrants will receive golf shirts with their company’s logo design and other promotional products, boxed lunch, awards’ reception, and dinner. Food and beverages will be available and participants will also get a chance for prizes and games along the course.

Local organizations are contributing prizes for a raffle.

Teams of four will be teeing off in a shotgun start. Team members are encouraged to come dressed their Wild West finery to win the best-dressed foursome contest.

The day will begin with the check-in. At this time the driving range will be open. The boxed lunches will be available an hour later. The tournament will tee off at noon and the awards banquet will begin at 6:00 pm where Chad Bushnell will be featured.

Proceeds from the tournament will go towards youth scholarships and fee waivers for qualifying families to use our parks and recreation facilities.

Individual tickets are $125 and non-players can attend the awards banquet for $25. Tee sponsorships will be $300, and hole sponsorships will be $500. Teams can play at the $1,500 Outlaw level, the $2,500 Gunslinger level, or the $3,500 Sheriff level.

The tournament will be May 11 at the Woodcreek Golf Club, 5880 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd. Check-in will be at 10:00 am.