The 19th annual Castalia Lions Father’s Day scramble is Sunday morning at Sleepy Hollow with a 7:30 a.m. shotgun start. Entry fee is $70 per person and includes golf, cart, beverages, steak dinner hole prizes, team prizes and a chance to win $5,000 on two specified holes for a hole-in-one.
The minimum team handicap is 50 with just one player at eight or under.
Primary proceeds go to the Lions Club’s Pilot Dog program for blind people in which $3,500 is needed to train a dog. Other benefactors are the community projects at Lions Park, eye glass cases for people in need, and scholarships.
For additional information, contact John Cullen (419-656-0101), Steve Sessler (419-202-2341) or Bob Ransom (419-357-3572).
Dean Schnurr Memorial June 28
The 32nd annual Dean Schnurr Memorial is set for June 28 at Woussickett.
The entry fee is $80 per person and includes golf, cart, beverages, dinner, door and hole prizes.
The four-person scramble benefits the Sandusky Knights of Columbus scholarship fund.
Tee times are required and begin at 8 a.m.
For more information, contact Tom Koch at 419-626-0322 or the Woussickett clubhouse at 419-359-1141.
Bishop Donnelly event Saturday
The fifth annual Bishop Robert Donnelly Tournament of Champions four-person scramble is Saturday at Woussickett with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start.
Entry fee is $75 per person and includes golf, cart, hot dogs and hamburgers, beverages and prizes.
There is also a chance to win a prize, sponsored by Foster Chevrolet of Sandusky for a hole-in-one on a specified hole.
Other major sponsors included Gallagher & Gallagher, Cedar Point, Firelands Medical Center and Label Aid.
Proceeds benefit the athletic programs at Sandusky Central Catholic Schools and the Education Foundation.
For more information, contact Richard Finneran at 419-621-5644.
Hall of Fame Bestball Aug. 3 at PBCC
The 23rd Ohio Senior Amateur Hall of Fame event is actually a three-day affair at Plum Brook Country Club, starting with the Two Best Ball of Four championship on Aug. 3, which has a 1:30 p.m. shotgun start.
The field is limited to 100 participants for the bestball tourney — which carries an entry fee of $80 per person for participants playing only in that event.
The Ohio Senior Amateur Hall of Fame 36-hole medal play tournament begins Aug. 4 for players 50 and older and with the final round slated for Aug. 5.
Players involved in both events have an entry fee of $55 for the bestball, which included lunch, starting at 11:30 a.m., green fees, cart, prizes and an after golf party (hors d’oeuvres) at the club at which time tournament awards will be presented.
The event is sponsored by Carnegie Investment Counsel.
For more information, contact Lori Smith at 419-627-4600.