View Full Version : Hold the Pool Balls, here comes the Golf Outing!

07-08-2004, 11:04 PM
October 6, 2004, The Midwest Expo Golf Outing kicks off this years events. All proceeds from the event will go towards education in the future for our Junior Billiard Events.

You can participate in a variety of ways:

~ Register to play the Golf Outing. The cost is $125.00 per person, $500.00 per foursome. The cost includes greens and cart fees, continental breakfast, non alcoholic beverages, BBQ dinner buffet and prizes. Get your foursome together today.

~ Be a sponsor. Click here for sponsorship levels http://pooltournaments.net/midwest/GolfSponsor.pdf Help us get prizes donated for the event. Call or e-mail us for further information.

~ Not a golfer? Come for dinner! The cost per person for this scrumptious BBQ Buffet is $25.00 per person.

10:00 AM Continental Breakfast

11:00 AM Shot Gun, 4 man Scramble

Prizes given for:

Longest Drive
Closest to the pin
Scramble scores
* Call us about golfing with your favorite Pro Billiard or Golf Player. Several Pro players such as Earl Strickland, are scratch golfers. Do you think you can beat the Pro?

Locker rooms will be available for use.
Proper golf attire is required.
Caddies and carts are available to all participants.
If you have a preference for playing partners, please let us know on your registration form.
Locker room attendants will be available to change your spikes for a nominal charge.
Please Note: Cutoffs, sweatpants, tee shirts and beachwear are NOT permitted. Collared shirts are required. This dress code will be enforced. Jackets are not required at the cocktail reception.

4:00 to 5:30 PM ~ Cash Bar in the Clubhouse Lounge. And, after a day on the links, you can kick back with your friends have a bite to eat and watch that favorite sports event on one of the many televisions.

5:30 PM ~ BBQ Dinner Buffet. Come and enjoy all the fixings at The Eagle BBQ Cookout Dinner Buffet. There will be a huge selections of favorites to include:

Complete Salad Bar * Marinated Pasta & Roasted Vegetable Salad * Marinated Broccoli and Bacon Salad * BBQ Breast of Chicken * BBQ Baby Back Ribs * Grilled Italian Sausage with Sweet Peppers * Au Gratin Potato Bake * Corn on the Cob * Sliced Watermelon * Double Chocolate Cake * Apple Pie * Beverages * Cash Bar

Does it get any better than this?

Pheasant Run Resort World renown Maddox-designed, 18-hole, championship, par-71 resort course featuring tree-lined fairways, pristine lakes and carefully manicured greens. They boast the many honors it has won like the Facilities and Destinations Magazine Hole-in-One Golf Award; and the Corporate and Incentive Travel Magazine Greens of Distinction Award. Our course has also been Golden Links-certified by Corporate and Incentive Travel Magazine and our signature hole, the Par 5 first hole, is recognized as among the most challenging in the Midwest.

All information is at www.pooltournaments.net (http://www.pooltournaments.net) e-mail me at windycityopen@aol.com or call us at 630-244-2900

07-09-2004, 05:57 AM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Bob:</font><hr>

...Does it get any better than this?...<hr /></blockquote>

I don't know. Does the 19th Hole have pool tables?

07-09-2004, 06:32 AM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Bob:</font><hr>

~ Register to play the Golf Outing. The cost is $125.00 per person, $500.00 per foursome.
~ Not a golfer? Come for dinner! The cost per person for this scrumptious BBQ Buffet is $25.00 per person.

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Does that mean I can get four BBQ dinners for $100.00 /ccboard/images/graemlins/laugh.gif.
Sounds like a nice event.

07-09-2004, 10:06 AM

There will be enough BBQ for both you and all the penguin friends. They will be roasting the ribs all day long on a big rotisserie all day. The smell alone will flock in the other flying friends.

Wally, you bet! We'll bring that table to where there would be a 19th hole as soon as I can see if the management will break ground for another hole. Do you have a table size preference? LOL

Thanks for the support guys, and remember all of the proceeds go to development and education for the Junior events.

Bob and Eydie