“Tee It Up for Health” golf benefit
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WILMINGTON- Support a great cause and enjoy an afternoon of golf on Saturday, June 21, at the spectacular Hermitage Golf Club at Haystack Mountain. Now in its fifth year, Grace Cottage Hospital’s “Tee It Up for Health” golf benefit helps to support Grace Cottage Hospital’s Patient Care Fund.

The tournament, organized this year by Grace Cottage Hospital volunteer Elizabeth Walker, starts with a buffet lunch at noon and a shotgun start at 1 pm. Prizes will be awarded, including longest drive, closest to pin, lowest- and highest-scoring teams, and many more, and there will be a hole-in-one car provided by Brattleboro Subaru. The player fee is $125, and this includes lunch, greens fees, golf cart, a windbreaker jacket, and an awards dinner served in the clubhouse following the tournament.

The Hermitage Golf Club at Haystack Mountain, designed by acclaimed architect Desmond Muirhead in 1972, is located at 70 Spyglass Drive; visit www.hermitagegolfclub.com for more information about the course.

Registration closes at 5 pm on Wednesday, June 18.

For more information about becoming a sponsor for this event or playing on a team call Andrea Seaton at (802) 365-9109, email aseaton@gracecottage.org or visit www.gracecottage.org/events. Registraton is available online.

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