Tee it up fore health at Barton’s 16th Golf Tournament
Mulligans are allowed during Barton Foundation’s 16th annual Golf Tournament at Genoa Lakes Golf Club and Resort July 23, but you can only have the do-over if you pay for it.
Proceeds from the tournament benefit the foundation’s community health endowment fund.
Registration, mulligan and raffle ticket sales begin at 6:45 a.m. The scramble golf tournament starts at 8 a.m. Competitions throughout the course give golfers the chance to take home special prizes. As the golfing ends, guests join the awards party, barbecue and announcement of raffle prize winners.
Golfers also have the opportunity to win a car with a hole-in-one, courtesy of Cardinale Way Toyota, as well as other great prizes for holes-in-one on additional holes. Everyone will compete in the closest-to-the-hole and longest drive competitions.
The $175 per-person entry fee, of which $100 is tax deductible, includes green fees, cart, golfer amenity package, a barbecue lunch and no-host bar.
Each year, Barton has made changes to enhance the tournament and draw greater interest for returning golfers as well as for new supporters.
Over the years, more than $520,000 has been raised from the golf tournament.
All proceeds help build Barton Foundation’s Endowment Fund. Endowment investment earnings have allowed the Barton Foundation to fund various hospital projects including construction of the Helipad in 2001, fund the Hospice program and Health Resource Center in 2002, purchase automated external defibrillators for El Dorado and Douglas counties, pay for Life-Line units for Hospice and fund the hospital’s Healing Design program.
Tournament sponsors include Aflac, Relay Health, Northern Trust, State Farm Kingsbury Grade, Dennis and Kathy Cocking, El Dorado Savings Bank, Tahoe Telephone Directories, Harrah’s/Harveys Resort, Secure Medical Systems, HRS Erase, Western Sign Company, G.L. Hicks Finance, California Healthcare Insurance Company, Marquee Fire Protection, Lakeside Inn, McKesson and Charter Business.
To register for this day of golf and games, call (530) 543-5614 or visit http://www.bartonhealth.org/events. Search for golf tournament.
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