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GOLF: Music in the Mountains tourney turns 25

The25th annual Music in the Mountains Swing Along Golf Tournament will include several side games and contests, including a chance to win a new Mercedes Benz at a Hole-in-One tee, a new golf cart at another Hole-in-One, a $10,000 putting contest prize and $1,000 prize for the winner of the Ball Drop.
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WHAT: 25th Annual Swing Along Golf Tournament

WHEN: August 6, 10:30 a.m. - registration; 1 p.m. - shotgun start

WHERE: Lake Wildwood Golf Course, Penn Valley

COST: $125 Entry per person, $500 per team, $35 banquet only

The 25th annual Music in the Mountains Swing Along Golf Tournament will be celebrating its silver anniversary at Lake Wildwood’s new clubhouse.

“The elegant Banquet Room looks out on a perfectly groomed fairway,” said tournament chair Ted Bailie.

Retired Los Angeles Fire Department Captain of a fire boat, Bailie is very experienced when it comes to running golf tournaments. His caring and passion for burn victims has been exemplified in his many years of running benefit golf tournaments for child burn victims in Southern California.



The tourney will include several side games and contests, including a chance to win a new Mercedes Benz at a Hole-in-One tee, a new golf cart at another Hole-in-One, a $10,000 putting contest prize and $1,000 prize for the winner of the Ball Drop.

“Many on-course and off-course games and contests make this unique in our area’s golf community.” said longtime Music in the Mountains supporter and golfer Jim Swisher.




Kathie Valentine, organizer of the awards banquet, added, “If you haven’t seen the new clubhouse, this is your opportunity. With several entrée choices, Chef Chris prides himself not only on his culinary skills, but also on a lovely presentation.”

The cost to participate is $125 per person, $500 per team or $35 for those who wish to attend the banquet only. Fees includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, range balls, tee prizes, lunch, on-course snacks and drinks, and a banquet.

As one of Music in the Mountains major fundraisers, more than 100 golfers are anticipated to participate in this event Aug. 6. The scramble format encourages golfers at all levels to compete and enjoy the day.

Space is limited, so early registration is encouraged. to register or for more information contact Jack Valentine at 530-432-9259 or by email at johnj39@att.net. More info and registration is also available online at MusicintheMountains.org.


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