GOLF: Upcoming events at area courses
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SEQUIM — SunLand Golf & Country Club will host a TaylorMade demo day Friday from noon to 4 p.m.
Players can be swing-tested and fitted for the latest TaylorMade products, including the SLDR line of woods and Tour Preferred irons.
SEQUIM — SunLand Golf & Country Club in Sequim will host the first Hackers Cup, a medal-play format event with outsized 15-inch cups, on Friday, Aug. 15.
The tournament was originally planned with 8-inch cups, but SunLand head pro and general manager Tyler Sweet made the change this week.
“I have played in a 15-inch cup event before and the fun level is the highest as it can go,” Sweet said.
The event has a 1:30 p.m. shotgun start and entry is $60.
Overall gross and net champs are guaranteed $200 apiece, and a full field of 80 players will yield a prize fund of $2,100.
Stop by the pro shop at SunLand or phone 360-683-6800, Ext. 13.
PORT TOWNSEND — Discovery Bay's summer junior clinic will run Monday through Thursday, Aug. 11-14.
Cost is $65 per player.
Phone the Discovery Bay golf shop at 360-385-0704 to sign up.
Port Townsend is running an August special where any junior age 17 and younger plays for free with a paying adult.
Kings and queens
PORT TOWNSEND — Port Townsend Golf Club will see the return of the Kings and Queens Invitational on Saturday, Aug. 16.
The male-female partner tourney is an 18-hole modfied Scotch ball event.
Cost is $40 per player and includes play, lunch and prizes.
This tourney tees off with a 9 a.m. shotgun start.
Port Townsend also is running an August special where any junior age 17 and younger plays for free with a paying adult.
Last modified: August 05. 2014 7:07PM