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Chamber Has Million-Dollar Golf Shootout

Dec. 1, 2004 – The St. Thomas/ St. John Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Million Dollar Shootout Golf Tournament on Dec. 5 at Mahogany Run Golf Course. The tournament begins with a continental breakfast at 8 a.m. Golfers all receive a treasure bag loaded with goodies, a shirt and cap. The four member Team Scramble Shotgun will start promptly at 9 a.m.
According to Chamber Committee Chairperson, Ted Bast "the Chamber is pleased to offer $20,000 prizes for a hole in one at holes 4, 8, 11, 14 and 16. Prizes include: $20,000 Shopping Sprees, $20,000 cash, and a $20,000 car. The golfers closest to the pin on each par three returns at the end of the tournament to shoot for a million-dollar annuity on hole number nine."
Additionally, Bast said, "We have added a new feature to this year's Million Dollar Shoot-Out, the one player out of the five that is closest to the pin in the shootout will have the opportunity to putt from 50 feet for a cash prize of $2500. Hole-in-one's do happen, at least 15 golfers achieved hole-in-ones this year at Mahogany Run Golf Course."
Bast added that in addition to all of the fun on the course, players will be treated to a buffet luncheon; trophies and gift certificates will be awarded to the top five teams aa well as to the men's and women's longest drive.
Anyone interested in this event can call the Chamber of Commerce, 776-0100, or sign up at the Mahogany Run Pro Shop. The entry fee is $100 per player.
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