Peter Kirk Golf Classic returns for its 24th year

The annual event will be at Inglewood Golf Club Sept. 17.

  • Thursday, August 16, 2018 12:30pm
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The 24th annual Peter Kirk Golf Classic, also known as “Par Wars,” will take place on Monday, Sept. 17 at Inglewood Golf Club.

This annual tradition will begin at 9:30 a.m. with registration and breakfast provided by Chick-Fil- A. Golfers can practice their swing on the putting green, peruse the raffle items, or mingle with other members. The shot-gun scramble will begin promptly at 12 p.m., as each hole will also have a different game or activity provided by our hole sponsors. Lunch is included, with beverages available at our drink carts and at several of the holes.

The day ends with a hamburger and BBQ cook-out, and prizes awarded to the best and worst in class. Players will also receive swag bags with a golf shirt.

To register, visit https://www.tickettomato.com/event/5559.

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