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Putt-Putt Tournament

 

Mark your calendars now for Wednesday, June 3, 2020 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Gather a team of 4 players. Maybe they’re good at golf. Maybe they’re good at drinking beer. Maybe they can rock those knickers. Just make sure you surround yourself with people you can endure for 18 holes of pure putt-putt magic.

Pick a team name (creativity will be “rewarded”; and yes, the “air quotes” are intentional there). Then dress in costume to reflect your awesome team moniker — doesn’t matter if the costumes are super-simple or elaborate, just make sure you can swing a putter and see clearly for maximum hole-in-oneage potential.

Cost for a team is $150

What you get:

  • 18 holes of the finest Magic Carpet Miniature Golf — best ball format. Did we lose you there? No worries, we’ll explain all the details at the event.
  • Pizza and beer: One pizza per team and one beer per player. We understand that this is just a warm-up for many of you. Especially if pizza and beer make your game better (or worse). You can purchase additional pizzas when you register and additional beer at the event.
  • Prizes! Not good at golf? No problem. We likely have an award for you. Oh, and expect us to ask you to do silly things along the way — joyful compliance is expected, nay, required.

Rules:
Really? You want the rules for a miniature golf tournament. Oh, you’re that kind of player. Well, here you go.

How to register:

Ready to goof around with friends for a great cause? Super, let’s get you signed up!

Would you like to sponsor this awesome event? Details are here

 

 

Our sincerest of thanks to our 2019 sponsors:

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