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Tournament planned to launch golfer's pro career

Posted: March 31st, 2013 @ 11:38pm

To launch Brad Boyle on his first season of professional golf on the Canadian tour, Loyalist Golf and Country Club will host a tournament Saturday, April 27.

The entry fee is $100, of which 75 per cent will go to support Boyle on a campaign of eight to 10 tournaments, starting in British Columbia in June.

Players may choose one of two formats, scramble or best ball. The tournament is open to men and women, and players may enter individually or as a four-person team. Play will begin at 1 p.m. and there will be a dinner and prizes at the end of play.

To enter, contact the club at 613-352-5152, or John Boyle at 613-531-9361. Deadline to enter is April 24.
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