Chili Open Golf Scramble at the Leslie Park Golf Course

. November 1, 2015.

Fall winds don’t just make it chilly outside— they also play havoc with a golf ball in flight. Come brave the power of those winds at the Chili Open Golf Scramble, the Leslie Park Golf Course, the perfect opportunity to say goodbye to the warmer season while enjoying the fall colors at the best municipal golf course in Michigan. Bring along a partner for this two-person scramble. Not an ace golfer? No worries. In this event, both players tee off and the best drive is selected and used for the remainder of the hole. A continental breakfast is provided prior to tee-off, and a chili lunch at the turn— hotdogs optional. Prizes will be awarded to the top three teams in a ceremony following play. Walk-in to register, or call the golf course clubhouse for more details. Anyone and everyone is welcome, regardless of skill or previous experience. Golf cart included in event price.

10am. Sunday, November 8
$80/per person
Leslie Park Golf Course, 2120 Traver Rd.
734-794-6245 | a2gov.org

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