GILFORD — The Golf Club at Patrick's Place is inviting area golfers to play at the Lakes Region's newest golf amenity, The Golf Club at Patrick's Place, as part of The Pebble Beach Challenge Golf Tournament.
Golfers will play in a 4-person scramble format on the beautiful Pebble Beach Golf Links, rated the top public golf course in the country. "November is the month for men's health awareness and we wanted to use our club to help with the local efforts at LRGHealthcare" explains PGA Professional and Club Manager Dan Wilkins. "It's also getting time for one of the greatest community events we know of, the LNH Children's Auction, and we wanted to help get the ball rolling for another record breaking year. It's really our pleasure to open up our club to support both of these great programs".
Beginning Monday, November 18 through Friday, November 22, local golfers are invited to participate in The Pebble Beach Challenge Golf Tournament, a 4-person scramble. Foursomes can register to play anytime that week, with all scores completed by Friday the 22 at 3 p.m. A cocktail reception and awards ceremony will follow downstairs in Patrick's Emerald Room at 4 p.m., where best scores and contest winners will be acknowledged.
"Many of the leading causes of death for men, heart disease and cancer for example, are preventable. There are ways men can protect themselves and lead longer, healthier lives" states Dr. Theodore Capron, LRGHealthcare physician at Belknap Family Health in Meredith. "We are pleased that The Golf Club at Patrick's Place is taking the opportunity to support men's health with the The Pebble Beach Challenge. It will be a great tournament and a great opportunity to educate men about health care issues, including reminding them about the importance of health promotion."
"The Pebble Beach Challenge is a great way to help gear up for the upcoming Children's Auction" explains Michael Trombly, auction chair and General Manager of Binney Media. "This facility is a really great place to play golf and we can be assured of perfect weather for the tournament. We hope the area golfers will get out and participate in this inaugural event".