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Save The Date · September 18, 2017

Artwork by Wade Koniakowsky
Be sure to mark your calendars... Coming September 18, 2017, the first Annual SHACC Golf Surfari Fundraiser at the San Juan Hills Golf Club
We have legendary shapers creating one-of-a-kind putters that will be auctioned off, including Dick Brewer, Rich Harbour, Jeff Clark, Kenny Tilton, Jimmy Lewis, Bill Hamilton, Bob "The Greek" Boland, and Bill Stewart among others.

San Juan Hills Golf Club
32120 San Juan Creek Road, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

Monday, September 18, 2017     
11:30 AM  Registration
1:00 PM  Shotgun Start
6:00 PM  Dinner
6:30 PM  Live Auction

18-hole Scramble tournament
Includes Lunch, Golf, Reception, Silent/Live Auction, Dinner, Awards Ceremony

Title Sponsor             $5,000           Dinner Sponsor       $2,000
Platinum Sponsor      $3,500           Lunch Sponsor        $1,500
Gold Sponsor            $3,000           Beverage Sponsor   $1,000
Silver Sponsor           $2,500           Tee Prize Sponsor   $1,000

Tee Signage  $200
Foursome  $750
Individual  $195
*$20 early registration discount by August 1, coupon code early20

CLICK HERE to purchase tickets 
or call 949.388.0313 x0 to purchase tickets or to become a sponsor!
And CLICK HERE to view the Facebook page.



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