Hutchinson Three Man/Woman Scramble

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Event# 620-921-0820

Event Details

A Three Man/Woman Scramble at Carey Park golf course there will be cash payouts for 1st/2nd/3rd in two flights. Entry Fee is $80.00/person or $240.00/team this will include green fees/ cart/ and lunch with beverages provided. If you have any questions please call James Scott @ 620-921-0820 or email him @ all forms of payment will be accepted. Thanks and hope to see you out there in June.

Hutchinson Three Man/Woman Scramble

Address : 9 Emerson Loop, Hutchinson, KS 67501 Hutchinson KS
Phone : 620-921-0820   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $80.00/ person $240.00/ Team

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