[The Episcopal News] The first-ever Shepherd’s Cup Golf Classic and Dinner will be held on Monday, April 24 at the Industry Hills Golf Club and Pacific Palms Resort in the City of Industry, one of the most distinctive golf facilities on the West Coast and home to several professional golf tournaments.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the Generation to Generation capital campaign supporting the mission and ministries of the Diocese of Los Angeles.
The golf tournament is open to foursomes and individuals; prizes will be awarded to the winners. Early-bird registration for a foursome is $800; for an individual, $225. Registration includes green fees, use of putting greens and the driving range, golf bag drop-off service, a golf cart, golfer grab bag, and the evening reception and banquet. The tournament will begin at 11 a.m.
Player Packs, including a gourmet boxed lunch, two mulligans, and entry to a variety of putting and on-course contests, are offered for $75 per person.
The day will conclude with a festive banquet dinner, with a choice of entrées, at 5:30 p.m., preceded by a 4:30 p.m. social hour with music, cash bar and light hors d’oeuvres, an opportunity drawing, silent auction, and remarks by Bishop John Harvey Taylor.
Dinner tickets are available for non-golfers at $85 each. Golfers and non-golfing patrons will receive on opportunity drawing ticket; additional tickets will be available for $10 each or $50 for 10. Winners must be present.
For full information about the Shepherd’s Cup Golf Classic, and to register to play or attend the banquet, visit the website here. For more about the Industry Hills Golf Club and its two renowned courses – the Eisenhower (The Ike) and the Zaharias (The Babe) – click here.