Please join us for the 9th Annual Feds Chippin' In Golf Tournament to benefit the Denver Federal Center Chapter - Federally Employed Women on June 17, 2017.
This tournament is open to the public.
We will have a great day of golf at the beautiful Applewood Golf Course in Golden, CO (www.applewoodgc.com). The event will include a 4-person scramble, breakfast, lunch and awards receptions following golf. We will have contests for Men's and Women's longest drive, longest putt and closest to the pin. There will be a hole in one contest. Awards will be given to the top Women's, Men's and Mixed team. ALL THIS FOR $105. (Early Bird is $99 for registrations before March 31st).
Breakfast and Check-In starts at 6:30 a.m. with a Shotgun start at 7:30 a.m.
Purchase a Help Your Game Card online for only $20.00 and be entered into the special prize drawing. What is a Help Your Game Card? Each person with a Help Your Game Card gets one mulligan, one foot wedge (doesn't count as a shot), one hand wedge (doesn't count as a shot), Power Drive (on #7 men hit from the Red's and women from a 250 yard marker). Strategic use of the Card could help your team win the tournament. Help Your Game Card holders can also shoot for the Pot of Gold. On hole #14 get your drive in the Pot of Gold and win or share in the Pot. The Pot of Gold starts at $100 but grows as more Help Your Game Cards are sold. Everyone who purchases a Help Your Game Card online is also entered into special drawings to be awarded before the shotgun start - be a winner before we start golfing!!
Help Your Game Cards will be available for purchase at the tournament, however you will not be entered into the drawing.
Special Offer: Included with your online registration is a 1-year subscription to Golf Digest (a $10 value). Click here for offer and refund details.
Register now and remember to invite your friends to play. Just click on "Tell a Friend" and you can send them a link to this site automatically.
Thank you for your support of the Denver Federal Center Chapter - Federally Employed Women.