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Hardwood to Green fundraiser for Thunder Basketball

Tournament to be held at Sunset Whitney CC, June 30
By: Staff Report
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The first Hardwood to the Green fundraiser for Rocklin High School boys’ basketball will be held at Sunset Whitney Country Club, June 30. Help keep the Thunder playing in style while playing gold in style and historic Sunset Whitney CC. The format is a four-ball scramble tournament; scramble is played with all four players to playing from the previous best shot of the four. Play continues through the green with only one score recorded for the team on each hole. The cost is $115 and includes green fees, cart fee, gift bag, awards, luncheon and dinner. There will be awards for the top three teams, longest drive, closest to the pin. Mulligans are $10; the $25-per-player mulligan package includes five, hole-in-one contest holes with prizes ranging from a new car, premium golf equipment, electronics package, and one mulligan. Raffle tickets are five for $10, 50 for $30. Post-tournament dinner tickets are $25 each for those who wish to participate without playing golf. Registration/raffle begins at noon, and range opens for practice. A putting contest and lunch begins at 12:30, and the shotgun start is scheduled for 1:30. Dinner and the post-tournament festivities have been tentatively set for 6:30. Sponsorships are open and run from $1,500 (dinner sponsor), to $800 (golf ball sponsor) and include extras like a foursome in the tournament, program ad, luncheon headline sponsor, banner in the Thunder gym, hole signage, etc., depending on level of sponsorship. Other sponsorships include Golf Cart Sponsor ($1,000), Towel Sponsor ($750), Hole Sponsor and Foursome ($575), Gift Bag Sponsor ($400), and Hole Sponsor ($250). All proceeds go to support Thunder boys’ basketball. For more information call Thunder assistant coach Troy Selvey, (916) 420-4032, or e-mail tsel44@gmail.com. Help keep the Thunder rolling over the hardwood on the greens at Sunset Whitney in what is destined to become a Rocklin tradition.