Craig Briefs: TMH Foundation golf tournament set for June 25 |

Craig Briefs: TMH Foundation golf tournament set for June 25

The Memorial Hospital Foundation's 10th annual golf tournament is scheduled to begin at noon June 25 at Yampa Valley Golf Course.

The tournament is in a four-man team scramble format, and benefits the hospital foundation. Teams may buy mulligans and the mulligan tickets will be used in a drawing for prizes.

The price of the tournament, $50 per person or $200 per team. Cost includes 18 holes of golf, cart, all you can eat burgers and a chance to win cash prizes. Prizes include Colorado Rockies tickets, restaurant gift certificates and much more. The Tin Cup Grill will provide a live band following the awards and dinner.

There will be a chipping pond, and straightest drive and closest to the pin contests, among others.

"This annual tournament is lots of fun and laughs with some good … and some really bad … golf thrown in for good measure," according to a release.

For more information, call Yampa Valley Golf Course at 824-3673, or Eva Peroulis with The Memorial Hospital Foundation at 826-2424.

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