Annual Bob Cup golf tournament set for July 25

With COVID-19 restrictions shrinking opportunities for nonprofits to fundraise, advocates of Clallam Mosaic are looking to the fifth-annual Bob Cup Golf Tournament as a key event to support the organization.

The tourney, set for Saturday, July 25, at The Cedars at Dungeness golf course, 1965 Woodcock Road, raises dollars for Clallam Mosaic, a nonprofit that provides a safe space where individuals with developmental disabilities can grow and offers year-round educational, recreational and leisure opportunities.

“The Bob Cup is becoming a summer golfing tradition,” said Mary Jane Duncan, organizer of the tournament. “Support from members of the business community and individuals keeps growing.”

The event was created in memory of longtime Sequim resident Robert “Bob” Raymond Duncan.

Registration is $120 per player; the fee includes greens fee, cart, raffle ticket and a complimentary barbecue lunch. Advanced registration is preferred. Registration forms are available at Pre-payment and donations can also be made through Mosaic’s Square page (

Event check-in is 7:30-8:30 a.m. and the tourney begins at 9 a.m.; final start format to be determined. If tee times will be assigned because of COVID-19 restrictions, golfers will be notified by email. The barbecue is at 2:30 p.m.

Teams should be made up of spouses/children/coworkers players who come into contact on a regular basis, event organizers say, and should arrive no sooner than one hour prior to their tee time.

Non-players may join the BBQ lunch for $22 with pre-registration only. Because of possible health and safety restrictions, the BBQ may change in format and presentation.

All carts, scorecards and give-a-ways will be handled with gloves and/or sanitized.

There will be a silent auction featuring many local surprises, and courtesy of Alaskan Airlines two round-trip airline tickets to anywhere Alaskan Airline flies (except Cuba).

Player protocol is subject to change based on COVID-19 regulations. Visit for updates.

Golfers may also check the Cedars at Dungeness website for course specific COVID-19 protocols and updates at

Mosaic thanks the business and community sponsors of the 2020 Bob Cup: Alaska Airlines, Bekkever Farm, Bell & Bell PLLC, Berneking Concrete Homes, Blake Tile & Stone, Brother’s Plumbing, By Design Group, Inc., Cole’s Jewelers, First Federal, Hi-Way 101 Diner, H2O Plumbing Contractors, Juan de Fuca Cottages, Kirsch Electric, Koenig Subaru, Les Schwab, Mariners Cafe, Mark McHugh Real Estate, Oak Table, Olympic Ambulance, Seven Cedars Casino, Sound Community Bank, Steve Gish Attorney at Law and Wilder Auto.

For more information about the tourney, call Mary Jane Duncan at 360-775-1197 or Clallam Mosaic at 360-681-8642, or email to

For more about Clallam Mosaic, visit

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