Super Bowl scramble in Alberni

The annual Super Bowl Scramble is being held at the Alberni Golf Club on Sunday, Feb. 4.

The Alberni Golf Club’s will hold its annual Super Bowl Scramble and party on Sunday, Feb. 5. Anyone wanting to take part needs to register in the pro shop or call 250-724-5422. Golfers can be singles or in teams of 4, 5, or 6. The teams can consist of all men, all ladies or a mixed team.

There will be very few rules, just a fun day. 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.

There will be nine holes of golf with many on-course obstacles to overcome.

It all begins with a shotgun start at noon and kickoff at 3 p.m. Lunch to follow if you choose.

There will be meat draws, at halftime courtesy of Rick Paul of Double R Meats. Cost for the day is $25 for members and $35 for guests. This entry fee includes golf, lunch, halftime appies and lots of prizes.

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

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