Jim Laslavic Charity Golf Tournament ...

The Rotary Club of Coronado is presenting its 25th Annual Jim Laslavic Charity Golf Tournament at the Coronado Municipal Golf Course on Friday, March 19, 2021. Let’s play! To register, go to the Rotary Club of Coronado’s website, coronadorotary.org, and select the Golf Tournament tab. Laslavic Charity Golfers Fred Eckert, Suzanne Manuel, Margie Waldhaus and Ron Vernetti.

The Rotary Club of Coronado is presenting its 25th Annual Jim Laslavic Charity Golf Tournament at the Coronado Municipal Golf Course on Friday, March 19, 2021.

The annual Jim Laslavic Golf Tournament began in 1998 and is played on the beautiful Coronado Municipal Golf Course located adjacent to Glorietta Bay with stunning views of the Coronado Bridge. The Coronado Rotary Club annual Golf Tournament is the first yearly fund-raising event for the club’s Foundation which supports over sixty projects each year with financial grants. The success of the Tournament hinges on Rotary volunteers, corporate and individual donations and a healthy player participation rate. All of these elements have to come together to achieve success.

Your entry fee includes green fees, luncheon, beverages and a terrific “Goody” bag, as well as prizes for closest to the flag on par threes. It’s a full day of events starting at 9:30 a.m. with registration and a putting contest. Tee times on holes 1 and 10 will commence at 10:45 a.m., with all golfers being notified of their specific tee times. Two chances to win big include a $10,000 Hole-in-One prize on hole 9 and a $10,000 award to a random draw participant who sinks a putt from 50 feet.

Help Rotary Club of Coronado support a variety of local, national and international causes including Camp Able, Coronado SAFE, Feed the Needy and Wounded Warriors. Here’s your chance to make a difference while enjoying a terrific day on the links!

Let’s play! To register, go to the Rotary Club of Coronado’s website, coronadorotary.org, and select the Golf Tournament tab.

See you there!

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