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Chamber of Commerce to present 49th Annual Golf Tournament and Clambake

The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce will hold its 49th Annual Golf Tournament, underwritten by Waste Management, on Thursday, September 28, at The Oaks Golf Links. The format for this tournament will be a Scramble that will begin at 9:00 am.

The tournament fee of $180 per player includes a continental breakfast, greens fee, carts, soda & water, bagged lunch, hors d’oeuvres, clambake dinner, and a player goody bag featuring golf-related items. Player passports will also be available for an additional $35, including 15 raffle tickets, 2 mulligans, contest entry passes for the Vegas Hole, Putting Contest, and Specialty Drive.

After the tournament, participants will enjoy a clambake dinner along with an awards ceremony with more than $1,500 in player and team prizes will be awarded!

Golf-related items for raffle prizes and player goody bags are currently being sought. In addition, there are fantastic sponsorship opportunities available for your business to receive tremendous exposure at this popular tournament.

For additional information or to receive a sponsor form or player registration form, please contact the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce at 603-332-5080 or visit www.rochesternh.org/golf.

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