Rockies’ Second Annual Golf Tournament Goes Ahead

The Second Annual Golf Tournament for the Rockies is slated to return on Sunday, Sept. 20th.

The Columbia Valley Rockies are already excited for their 2nd Annual Golf Tournament. It’s all happening on Sunday, September 20th on the Ridge Course at Copper Point with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. (check in by 12:15 p.m.).

You can register yourself and/or a team by calling Copper Point Golf at 250-341-3392 (ext. 1). Players who registered before September 1st gained entry to a prize draw for a Rockies Season Pass and $100 Cash.

There are several on-course competitions including at least three hole-in-one prizes (two or more X $10,000 50/50 cash prizes, and a Home Hardware Tool Package with more to come), a putting competition, Closest to the Pin prizes ($100 cash plus a Rockies Seasons Pass for Closest to the Pin), fun tournament prizes and a silent auction.

The cost to register is $85, which includes player green fees,  shared cart and dinner at the Copper Point Golf Clubhouse. All funds raised go to support of the 2015/2016 team and new community bus.

Call Copper Point Golf Club to register.

Learn more about the Columbia Valley Rockies Junior B hockey team by visiting the team’s official website at rockieshockey.ca.

You can find the team’s full season schedule under the League Tab. The Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL) season is due to open on Friday, September 11th and the Rockies start with their home opener against current KIJHL champions, the Kimberley Dynamiters.

 

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