• Women’s Golf Tournament

    Posted on April 1st, 2011 2 comments

    CALIFORNIA SENIOR WOMEN GOLFERS

    Join us for this unique opportunity to play the Shore Course at Monterey Peninsula Country Club followed by dinner at the private Beach House.

    PLACE

    Monterey Peninsula Country Club (www.mpccpb.org)
    3000 Club Road off of Sloat Road
    Pebble Beach, CA 93953
    Club: (831) 373-1556
    Pro Shop: (831) 372-8141

    DATE

    Tuesday, June 7, 2011

    FORMAT

    Two Better Balls Net of Foursome
    Green Tees: 124/71.8

    TIME

    1:30 p.m. Shotgun
    Arrive early for lunch, which you can charge back to your home club.
    Driving range and practice facilities available at 11:00 a.m.
    Awards, cocktails and dinner following golf at the private Beach House
    located on the 17 Mile Drive a short distance from the main clubhouse.
    Space permitting, non-golfers may be invited to join us for dinner ($40).

    COST

    $170 includes green fees, cart, prizes and dinner at the Beach House.
    Make check payable to: Pat Elam (California Senior Women Golfers)

    We will do our best to pair you with a chosen partner, but having an MPCC member in each foursome to avoid the “unaccompanied guest” fees may dictate how many can be paired. Pairings will be posted at the Cocktail Party Sunday evening June 5, 2011.

    Direct your questions to:

    Pat Elam |  (925) 376-6083 |  patmelam@aol.com
    Nora Jensen | (831) 648-8504 |  npjens@comcast.net
    Barbara Resnick |    (925) 254-2529 |  barbalres@aol.com

    Send entry form and fee by May 1,  2011 to Pat Elam, 34 Sherwood Ct, Moraga, CA. 94556.

    DO NOT mail your entry to the Men’s Association.

     

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