29th Annual Falmouth Chamber Golf Tournament

September 12th at The Cape Club

The Falmouth Chamber of Commerce is hosting its 29th Annual Golf Tournament proudly sponsored by Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank at The Cape Club on Wednesday September 12, 2018. 

Falmouth Chamber Vice President and Committee Co-Chair Maura Aldrich is excited about the venue commenting “Thanks to the combined efforts of The Cape Club and the Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank we are able to make the golf tournament a truly special event for the Chamber!  We expect a full field of players and a day of fun for everyone.”  The Chamber thanks both Cape Cod Healthcare and Stan Szanja of Northeast Insurance Services for once again being our lunch and golf cart sponsors respectively.  “It is heartwarming to get this amount of support from our members” added Chamber President Michael Kasparian noting that “the opportunity to play at the new Cape Club is a real treat,” and warns that “the tournament will quickly sell out as we are limited to 20 foursomes so people should register quickly.”  Players will have access to pre-registration warm-up & driving range, cart, round of golf, and lunch & dinner at the clubhouse.

Registration starts at noon with a 1:00 p.m. shotgun start at The Cape Club.  Awards and dinner will immediately follow play in the clubhouse. 

 

To register to play and/or sponsor a tee sign act fast as the event sells out year after year.  Foursomes are still available and tee sponsorships are available for $200.00. Position your business name for success.  Dinner-only tickets can be purchased separately for only $30.00 per person. 

Please contact Maura Aldrich at (508) 548-8500 or via email at [email protected]


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