Sign-up to Sponsor and/or Play in the Fourth Annual Alister MacKenzie Tournament To Save Sharp Park
- by: San Francisco Public Golf Alliance
Sign-ups are now open for Sponsors, Teams, and Players in the 2015 Alister MacKenzie Tournament, May 30 at Sharp Park, All proceeds go toward the ongoing campaign to save and renovate this seaside public golf gem.
Click here to download the entry and sponsorship form (in Adobe .pdf format). Click here to view a photo essay of all the fun we had at this tournament in 2014. And check out this video from the first Alister MacKenzie Tournament to Save Sharp Park on the the occasion of the landmark course's 80th anniversary celebration:
The $190 per player entry fee pays for a long day of fun, 18 holes of golf, a GREAT tee prize, and donation to the worthy cause of saving Alister MacKenzie's historic public Sharp Park golf links. The tournament format will be foursome scramble, gross score. We will have 2 shotguns: at 7:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., with BBQ lunch for all at Noon; the day will conclude with a silent auction full of great golf deals, heavy hors d'oeuvres, and other festivities in the Clubhouse.
We need Captains to sign-up foursomes early. So Save the Date. And line-up your teammates, fill in the entry blanks, and return them to us. Please let us know right away if you will serve as a Team Captain. And let us know if you or anyone you know can Sponsor a Hole, or step up to be one of our honored Tournament Sponsors.
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