Southeastern Indiana Shrine Club
Saturday, June 29th
44th Annual Team Scramble Tournament
Price: $65.00 per golfer
Green Fees, 1/2 Cart, Charcoal Grilled T-bone Steak Lunch, and Prizes.
There will be prizes for the Longest Drive, Closest to the pin, Hole in One, and Winning Team.
Send Registration Form with checks payable to Southeastern Indiana Shrine Club before June 17th
Send checks to
Brad Lusk- Wayne Montgomery
955 Miller Ave. Greendale, IN 27025
Hoosier Links Golf Course
488 Country Club Drive
The event runs from 8:00am to 2:00pm on the following dates.
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