Ladies golf: scramble for Ty Watson

The Alberni Golf Club’s Tuesday Business Ladies are holding their year-end wind-up scramble on Sunday, Sept. 29.

The Alberni Golf Club’s Tuesday Business Ladies are holding their year-end wind-up scramble on Sunday, Sept. 29.

Again this year, they are also holding a Ty Watson House fundraiser at the same time. Last year, with Scotiabank on board matching funds, the group raised $10,748.98 for Ty Watson House.

“We are setting the goal a little higher this year and going for $12,000,” Kathy MacDonald said.

The scramble takes place at the Alberni Golf Club on Sunday, Sept. 29.

Festivities kick off with a raffling off of prizes from generous local merchants, businesses and individuals.

At 1 p.m., there will be a closest to the pin (K.P.) shoot-out for all the K.P. winners during the season.

The nine-hole scramble of fun golf starts at 2 p.m. followed by dinner.

After dinner, there will be the year-end prizes, the day’s prizes and raffle draws—all benefiting Ty Watson House.

Women are invited to participate (sorry, guys, you can’t play but you can buy tickets), and have a great time.

The theme this year for the scramble is “Pajama Party”. Just stop by or call the pro shop (250-723-5422) to sign up on your own or register a whole team (four women per team). Please call the pro shop for more details.

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