Alberni Golf hosts Grey Cup tourney

The Alberni Golf Course’s men’s club is hosting its annual Grey Cup Tournament and party this Sunday, Nov. 27.

The Alberni Golf Course’s men’s club hosts the annual Grey Cup Tournament and party this Sunday, Nov. 27.

Please register in the pro shop with your four-, five-, or six-person teams or as a single. The teams can consist of all men, all ladies or a mixed team.

There will be very few rules, just a fun day. There will be nine holes of golf with many on-course obstacles to overcome. The beverage cart will also be out and about. It all begins with a shotgun start at noon.

After golf enjoy one of Alberni Golf Course’s world famous lunches, served by the greatest staff to be found anywhere.

Both golfers and non-golfers are welcome to join in the activities. If you prefer not to golf come out for the lunch and watch the game on one of two big-screen TVs.

Kickoff is 3:15 p.m., with the best in the west (BC Lions) against the best in the east (Winnipeg Blue Bombers).

There will be three or four meat draws, at halftime, courtesy of Rick Paul of Double R Meats.

The price for this fun-filled day is $25 for members and $35 for guests (includes golf, lunch, halftime appies and prizes).

If you come out just for lunch and the game the price is $ 15.

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