Boys & Girls clubs’ golf tourney set for June 26

The 29th Annual Boys & Girls Club Golf Tournament & Fundraiser, a four-person scramble, is set for a 1 p.m. shotgun start on Friday, June 26, at Sunland Golf & Country Club, 109 Hilltop Dr.

Presented by 7 Cedars Casino, the tourney raises funds for the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula, with units in Sequim and Port Angeles.

Registration is $100 per player ($125 with player package). Or, players can register as twosomes (for $200) or foursomes ($400); fee includes greens fee, cart, practice range, tee favors and a complimentary lunch. The $25 golfer package includes two mulligans, two throws, a complimentary Putt for Wine and raffle entry.

Advanced registration and pre-payment is required; register at bgcopgolf.maxgiving.com.

With golf courses mandating more safety protocols to handle COVID-19 concerns, event organizers are asking tourney teams be made up of spouses/children/co-workers that team members come into contact on a regular basis.

Players are advised to practice ahead of time, as no warm up time is available on tournament day. All carts, scorecards and give-a-ways will be handled with gloves and/or sanitized.

Teams should show up no sooner than one hour prior to the start.

Tourney attendants and game organizers been asked to wear masks and to sanitize between teams to minimize germ transfer.

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

Call 360-683-8095 or visit www.bgc-op.org for more information.

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