The fundraising golf tournament for Fallbrook High School’s field hockey team, including its off-season Guac Girls squad, will take place March 19 at the Pala Mesa Resort.
The golf tournament will be the seventh annual such fundraiser for the field hockey program. “Hopefully we’ll do well,” said Kathy Waite, who coaches the high school varsity team and the Guac Girls off-season squads. “We’ve been very fortunate to have a very good tournament for six years.”
The tournament will consist of a best ball format with a 1:30 p.m. shotgun start. Check-in will begin at 12:30 p.m., which is also when the driving range opens, and a putting contest prior to the shotgun start will begin at 1:00 p.m. A dinner, which will include a raffle and auction, will begin at 6:30 p.m.
The $125 entry fee for the tournament includes 18 holes of golf, a cart rental, range balls and a dinner. Those interested in attending the dinner but not participating in the golf tournament can do so for $35. Tee sponsorships for the tournament are $100 apiece.
So far, Dr. Clayton Cooke, Minx Nails, and Roberta Savage Attorney at Law have become gold sponsors for the golf tournament while Angel Society of Fallbrook and Paul & Patti Bordas are bronze sponsors.
Proceeds from the golf tournament, dinner, auction, and raffle will be used to cover expenses for the varsity and junior varsity field hockey squads during the CIF season and for the off-season National Field Hockey Festival tournament, Cal Cup tournament, and Winter indoor league. The team cannot officially represent Fallbrook High School outside of the CIF field hockey season, and without the ability to call themselves the Warriors the team has adopted the name Guac Girls for tournaments and other play.
Those interested in participation in the tournament, tee sponsorship, or raffle and auction prize donations can contact Waite at (760) 723-6300 extension 3607, or at (949) 285-7409, or at [email protected]. Registration can also be conducted on-line at http://sites.google.com/site/fallbrookhighschoolfieldhockey.
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