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Red Tee Charity Golf Tournament set for Thursday

A number of golfers are set to take part in the Bahamas AIDS Foundation’s Red Tee Charity Golf Tournament, which will occur on Thursday at the Royal Blue Golf Course at Baha Mar.

The Bahamas AIDS Foundation’s Red Tee Charity Golf Tournament will take place on Thursday, June 7, at the Royal Blue Golf Course at Baha Mar.

This one-day event will be in a two-man scramble format, and will be a significant fundraiser for the foundation, contributing significantly to its ongoing mission to support the fight against HIV/AIDS in the community. Proceeds will also assist with funding for the foundation’s outreach program for children which currently provides for over 80 children. The tournament will also support the long-term plans for the construction of a multi-purpose building to accommodate the foundation’s activities and programs.

While the tournament supports the work of the foundation, players will have an opportunity to compete for great prizes, courtesy of the tournament’s sponsors. The AIDS foundation has secured a fantastic assortment of ‘Hole in One’ prizes including a 2018 Mercedes Benz, a Vespa motorcycle, a Sea Doo Jet Ski and a golf cart. ‘Hole in One’ sponsors include Tyreflex Star Motors, Shirley Enterprises and Harbourside Marine.

Great prizes also await the first, second and third place teams including prizes from John Bull, Comfort Suites, Atlantis and John Watlings. As a special treat, a prize will be awarded to the team that places 26th to acknowledge the 26th year of the formation of the Bahamas AIDS Foundation.

There will also be a grand raffle, with limited tickets, for an Exuma getaway – round-trip airfare for two courtesy of Sky Bahamas and a two-night stay at the Grand Isle Resort.

Interested persons can register to play in the Red Tee event by contacting the Bahamas AIDS Foundation at telephone number (242) 325-9326/7 or e-mail address redteecharitygolf@gmail.com.




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