May 18, 2016
Alister MacKenzie Tourney to Save Sharp Park Set for June 4
The non-profit, pro-bono San Francisco Public Golf Alliance will host its fifth annual Alister MacKenzie Tournament to Save Sharp Park on Saturday June 4 at the public Sharp Park Golf Course in Pacifica.
Proceeds go to the Golf Alliance’s long-running campaign to save and restore the endangered 1932 MacKenzie-designed public seaside masterpiece, which the late Ken Venturi called “Alister MacKenzie’s great gift to the American public golfer”.
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The $200 per player entry fee covers a long day of fun, 18 holes of golf, a great tee prize, BBQ lunch, and post-tournament drinks and meal. The tournament format will be foursome scramble, gross score. There will be shotgun starts at 7:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., with a BBQ lunch for all at 11:30 a.m.
The day will conclude with a silent auction full of great golf deals (including a 3-day foursome stay and unlimited play package at Bandon Dunes, a 5-day stay at Royal Dornoch and foursomes at nearly all of the Bay Area’s top private clubs and public courses.
Co-hosts include the Sharp Park men’s and women’s clubs, Pacifica Historical Society, Pacifica Chamber of Commerce, and the Alister MacKenzie Foundation. Major sponsors include the Northern and Southern California Golf Associations, PGATour, and NetSuite, the San Mateo-based cloud computing company.
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