GOLF: Cherry Creek shootout signals start of Alberni Golf season

Shootout will be on Sunday, Mar. 11

Get ready ladies and gentlemen, the golf season is upon us. The Cherry Creek Shootout is about to happen at the Alberni Golf Club.

This will be an excellent opportunity to tune up your game for the upcoming golf season. The shootout will be on Sunday, March 11 with a shotgun start at 9 a.m.

This is an 18-hole, three-person tournament. You read that right: the teams will consist of three people—they can be all women, all men or a mixed team. The format is as follows: on each hole you add your best gross to your best net, with one total score on each hole. The same ball can’t count on both sides.

The price for this fun filled event is $15 for members and $35 or guests.

The Alberni Golf Club is located at 6449 Cherry Creek Rd.

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