The First Annual CSA Spring Golf Tournament at Bear Creek Golf Club

Fun is par for the course at the Bear Creek Golf Club. Bring the family for a day of fun, food, and sunshine on Friday, April 19th. The good times roll at 2:00 p.m. on the West Course, and hours of activities are scheduled to keep even the youngest golf fans entertained.

Ticket prices are $100 per person and $400 for a foursome, but if you register now you only pay $80 per single golfer and $300 for a foursome.  Your registration fee includes:

  • Cart rental
  • Practice range balls
  • Greens fees
  • Commemorative golf towel to take home and show off
  • The chance to win some great prizes
  • Bratwurst and hamburger buffet with all the fixings
  • A great afternoon with your fellow golfers
  • Hole in one prizes that include exciting golf getaways and a $500 shopping spree

You don’t have to golf to have a good time. Spectators are welcome to watch and join in on the buffet dinner which follows the tournament. There will also be a live auction with some great items for bidding and a silent auction throughout the entire event. Buffet tickets are just $25 per guest 13 and older and $12 for kids 12 and under.

Can’t play in the tournament but still want to be involved? Donation and sponsorship opportunities are still available by emailing the CSA folks All proceeds earned during the First Annual CSA Spring Golf Tournament will be used to improve the CSA’s practice fields.

So, come out and cheer for your favorite golfer. Get involved by handing out free throws, buy up holes, mulligans and 1-put passes. It’s a great way to spend some time in the sun and to get an annual tradition started. It’s also a wonderful way to get connected with other members of the community and make some new friends who share your passion for golf. Make a new tradition with your friends and family by joining now.


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