Fourth of July Week is one of, if not the greatest and most epic weekends here in Coronado. From the parade to the mass influx of people who gather at our beaches, there simply isn’t a better place to spend Independence day week.
But what if I told you there was a way that your July 4th week could be even better? Well, thanks to the second annual Islander Baseball Golf Tournament, you can now add one more fun event to kick start the week-long festivities.
The Tournament will be held on June 30th at the Coronado Municipal Golf course, with the shotgun starting at 1:30 p.m.
Prior to the shotgun start, golfers are encouraged to show up early to participate in some pre-round games such as Closest Flop Shot, Chipping and, Putting contest,
The entry fee for the Tournament will vary:
For The Major League Package, it will be: - $185 - includes Greens Fee, Cart, Range, Lunch, Drink Ticket, Dinner & Raffle, 10 Raffle Tickets, $20 donation to Islanders Baseball (Golf + Lunch + Raffle)
For the AAA Package, it will be: $165 - includes Greens Fee, Cart, Range, Lunch, Drink Ticket, 5 Raffle Tickets, $20 donation to Islanders Baseball (Golf + Lunch, but not staying for Raffle)
For the AA Package, it will be: $150 - includes Greens Fee, Cart, Range, Drink Ticket, 3 Raffle Tickets, $20 donation to Islanders Baseball (Just Golf)
For the A package, it will be: $40, includes Dinner & Raffle, Drink Ticket, 10 Raffle Tickets, $10 donation to Islanders Baseball (No Golf, but want to attend the Raffle)
The Tournament will be a two-person scramble format.
The Tournament will also feature a multitude of games and prizes along the way, such as the longest drive, closest to the pin, longest putt, putting contest, overall lowest score, and even a prize for best team outfit.
Following the golfing, there will be a raffle event to win prizes from Local Coronado businesses.
“We are really excited for the Tournament and appreciate any and all support from the community in our second annual golf tournament. Were looking to make this the best golf day of 2022,” said Islander Baseball Varsity Head Coach and tournament coordinator Morgan Cummins.
As of now, only 20 spots remain available in the Tournament, so for anyone who is interested or looking to secure their spot in the tourney, make sure to contact Coach Cummins as quickly as possible at: email@example.com.
VOL. 112, NO. 23 - June 8, 2022