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Neodesha Golf Tournament

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HAVE YOU SIGNED UP YET??? Sign ups for the 45th Annual NEODESHA GOLF TOURNAMENT are now in Full Swing...This years event is scheduled for Saturday, July 20th at the Independence Country Club. Deadline for Entry this year is Wednesday, July 17th at 5:00pm...Entrants, please contact us for sign-ups by phone, email, or facebook message. PHONE: Wilson County Agency (Kent Carpenter) 620.325.2535 or United Forms Corporation (Sean Redington) 620.325.3101 EMAIL: sasnaksportapparelco@yahoo.com FACEBOOK: Neodesha Golf Tournament As always there is a Pairings Party that will be held on Thursday, July 18th at the home of Donnie & Christi Cole at 7pm. Again this year, each team will have the opportunity to participate in the PAR 3 CHALLENGE, which is a seperate tournament inside the tournament. For more info, please click on the ONLINE INVITATION (Shown Below) and feel free to share with others on Facebook. SPREAD THE WORD AND GET SIGNED UP TODAY. We look forward to seeing everyone again this year.

Neodesha Golf Tournament


Phone : 620.325.2535   (Always call and confirm events.)

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