Looking to get out and hit the Links while supporting one of Coronado’s local sports teams? Then perhaps the First Annual Islanders Baseball Golf Tournament is the event for you.

Typically in years past the Islander baseball program has hosted an alumni game for fundraising, but due to renovations that will be going on in the winter down at the Islander Sandlot, a game will not be possible.

The tournament will be held on December 30th at the Coronado Municipal Golf course, with tee time still TBD until we draw closer to the tournament. The entry fee will be $125.00 that will go towards paying for your green fees, cart, range balls, drink token and appetizers post-round, a raffle ticket, and a small donation to the Islanders baseball program itself.

The tournament will be a two-person scramble format, and if you don’t have a partner that’s no problem as there will be more than plenty of people who can be paired with you.

The tournament will also feature a multitude of games and prizes along the way such as 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 excited for the tournament and appreciate any support from the community,” said Islander Baseball Varsity Head Coach Morgan Cummins.

For anyone interested or looking to secure their spot in the tourney make sure to contact Coach Cummins at: cummins.morgan@gmail.com

The last day to sign up will be December 6th.

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