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Time to tee off for annual Zonta Golf Tournament

Annual event will be held at Robinson Ranch May 18

Posted: April 11, 2009 6:34 p.m.
Updated: April 12, 2009 4:55 a.m.

Barbara Stearn Cochran and Chris Miller of Zonta Club of SCV check on the golfers on the course during the 2008 event.

 
Golf reservations and sponsorship opportunities are currently available for the fourth annual Zonta Golf Tournament scheduled for Monday, May 18, at Robinson Ranch Golf Course. The tournament can accommodate up to 160 golfers.

Sponsorships range from a $5,000 title sponsor to $2,000 eagle sponsors, $850 birdie sponsors and a $150 tee sign sponsor. The top sponsorships include player slots, personalized team shirts, signage on the course and various size ads in the program.

Individual golfers can register for $175 each, which includes golf cart, lunch on the course, a buffet awards ceremony at the end of the day and a gift bag. Play is on the Valley course and begins with a shotgun start at 10 a.m.

“At $175 per golfer, we are one of the lowest cost tournaments in the valley, and we offer a great package to our participants,” explained Chris Miller, tournament chair.  The tournament’s Best Ball format allows golfers of varying ability to score a good round.

On-course activities will include several Hole-in-One contests, Closest to the Pin contests, and mulligan packages which include cash prizes as well as vacation getaways.

A live auction at the awards dinner offers such packages as a five-day stay at the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas, one week at a beachfront house on Maui, once-a-month spa treatments for a year, and four rounds of golf at Ojai Country Club, among others.

Information on sponsorships or player reservations may be obtained by visiting the Zonta Web site at www.scvzonta.org or calling (661) 252-9351 and leaving a callback number.

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