7th Annual Harvest Ladies Amateur Two Ball Golf Tournament presented by The Harvest Ladies Golf Club and Title Sponsor Touchstone Law Group LLP

July 22
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The Harvest Golf Club will be hosting the 7th annual Harvest Ladies Amateur Two Ball Golf Tournament presented by The Harvest Ladies Golf Club and our returning Title Sponsor Touchstone Law Group LLP with proceeds benefiting:

When: Monday, July 22, 2024
Entry Fee: Cost – Members $195 / Non-Members $235
Registration: 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM
Shotgun Start: 11:00 AM

Registration will open on April 17, 2024 at 1:00 pm.  Click here to register.  A few spots are still open!

Entry Fee Includes:

  • 18 holes of golf, power cart, practice balls
  • Elegant 3 course plated dinner
  • Extraordinary prize table

Important Information:

  • This tournament is a 2-player team limited to 120 golfers!
  • Current valid Golf Canada handicap required
  • Handicap limit: 36 – Note: maximum of 10 strokes between partners
  • Prizes awarded after dinner: best low gross and best low net between two partners, KP, longest drive and other prizes
  • Practice round available – Sunday July 21 after 1 pm. Local rate for non-members & includes range balls. Please call the Golf Shop on July 7 to book a tee time.

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725 KLO Rd Kelowna BC V1W 4S1
725 KLO Rd
Kelowna, BC V1W 4S1 Canada
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