Swinging into spring

G.W. Graham’s first annual Spring Swing Golf Tournament takes place May 28 at Cultus Lake Golf Course.

Golfers will tee off at 1 p.m. for 18 holes of no-pressure Texas Scramble golf, with lots of games within the game (closest to the pin, long drives).

Golfers will have a chance to win $10,000 for a hole in one on the third hole.

A barbecue will be held afterwards with more prizes available, including an autographed and framed Phil Mickelson picture, framed Tiger Woods/Mike Weir photo with mini Masters flag, a gift card pack, a complete car detail package (retail value $250), a family membership to the Leisure Landing Centre and much more.

The biggest prize of all will be the Spring Swing trophy, donated by Pat Webber at Elite Trophies and Awards and presented to the tournament’s top team.

Entry fees are $65 for an individual or $240 for a foursome and registration forms can be found online at http://gwgraham.sd33.org/.

All proceeds raised will go to the G.W. Graham athletics department, and more info can be attained from GWG athletic director Jake Mouritzen.

Contact him by phone at 604-847-0772 or email at jake_mouritzen@sd33.bc.ca.

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