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St. Ignatius annual scramble will suit golfers to a tee!

The ninth annual St. Ignatius Golf Scramble is just over two weeks away! The popular event takes place on Friday, March 23rd at the North Sound Golf Club with a 1:00 pm shotgun start. The four-person scramble can accommodate up to 88 players in 22 teams and is open to the general public.

Those wishing to play in the scramble should submit a registration form and CI$175 per player (CI$700 per team) as soon as possible. The entry fee includes green fee, cart rental, chances to win lots of great prizes, as well as a buffet meal and awards presentations after the golf. There will also be competitions for closest to the pin, longest drive, putting champion, and best dressed team, which are all included in the registration fee! The big prize of the day is USD$50,000 if a player scores a hole-in-one at a selected par three!

Registration/sponsorship forms are available at the golf pro shop, the church office, or via e-mail. Please submit all forms/payments by hand to the church office or by post to St. Ignatius Golf Scramble, PO Box 2638, Grand Cayman, KY1-1102. Forms/payments can also be handed in at the North Sound Golf Club. The final deadline to register is Monday, March 19th, but it is likely that all available spaces will fill up before then, so please register early to avoid disappointment.

St. Ignatius is appealing for additional event sponsors and hole sponsors. Donations of prizes are also welcome. All sponsorships and prizes should be received by Friday, March 16th in order to be included in advertising, programme, and signs.

Anyone wishing to donate prizes, offer sponsorship, or in need of more information, is asked to phone 949-6797 between the hours of 8:30 am to 4:00 pm Mondays to Fridays or e-mail Proceeds from this event will benefit ongoing facility development funds at St. Ignatius Church and School.

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