(Figgins Memorial)

The Gregg Figgins Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament will be held Monday January 20, 2020 at the Golden Era Golf Course located at 19871 Gilman Springs Rd, San Jacinto. There will be a shotgun start at noon and the format will be a 4 person “scramble.”

Golfers may team up with someone they know or can also join others to complete a foursome. 100% of funds raised will go toward the scholarship fund, and Party denomination is NO pre-requisite as this scholarship is open to all.

Golden Era donates the use of their course. There will many items raffled off. Food and beverages are included in the $50.00 fee. Last year $1,500 was awarded in scholarships to 2 very deserving seniors from local schools. Come support our community youth and enjoy a fun round of golf.

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