$5 to charity
- Organizer: Bradley Morris
- Date: Monday, September 11th
- Start Time: 12 Noon
- Event Length: 5-Hours
- Location: Salt Spring Golf Club
- Expires: 12 days, 17 hours
If you like golf, then you will have a ton of fun watching the golf pros in action next week.
We have some great talent coming over from Vancouver Island; one of which played the Canadian Tour, another who just placed second in the BCPGA event last weekend.
Plus, two of our own Salt Spring pros, Steve Marleau and Brad Morris will be playing.
This is a great opportunity to see how the pros play our home course up close and personal.
You’ll literally be able to follow in close and watch all the action.
– Long drives
– Bomb putts
– Birdies, eagles and par saves (oh my!)
We also have art and business vendors who will have their booths set up and there will be free hemp snacks, power bars, water, Gauyaki yerba mate and more…
The gates open at 11am if you want to come watch the pros warm up and get a good seat.
The horn will sound at noon to begin the tournament.
A sudden death playoff will decide the winner if after the 18-holes there is a tie.
Get your tickets at the Golf Course Proshop OR at http://www.PlanetHempGolf.com
**There is still room for business and art vendors, if you wish to participate.**
ALL Ticket Sales are going to “Copper Kettle” on Salt Spring Island.
Hope to see you out!
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