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Palm Beach Parent-Child Golf Tournament

The Palm Beach Par 3 Golf Course has an exciting opportunity for their community members.

On June 9th at 9am, the 2018 Parent-Child Golf Tournament will be held at this fabulous course on the ocean in the Town of Palm Beach. If you are interested in taking part in this opportunity, there are a few things to know in advance. You must call 561-547-0598 to sign up and there is an entry fee of $60, according to the Par 3 Golf Course website.

At the event, there will be different divisions, listed below:

  • Men – Playing from the black tees
  • Women – Playing off the blue tees
  • Anyone else under 17 – Playing off the white tees

During the event, participants can enjoy pizza, prizes, golf and golf carts, which will be included in the entry fee. There will be a cash bar available at Al Fresco, the on-site restaurant located in the clubhouse.

The tournament will be limited to 18 total teams. If you are interested in attending this event, sign up as soon as possible, space is limited.

The Palm Beach Par 3 Golf Course is located at 2345 South Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach, FL 33480. This beautiful golf course is located right next to the ocean, providing for beautiful scenery while taking part of the amenities at the Par 3 Golf Course.

Palm Beach Parent-Child Golf Tournament

According to the Palm Beach Par 3 Golf Course website, there are 18 holes from 81 to 211 yards. Not only is there an on-site restaurant, there is a pro-shop also located within the Par 3 Golf Course.

The golf course was privately owned up until 1973, until the town of Palm Beach purchased it. In 2009, it was remodeled by Raymond Floyd.

Related>>> Palm Beach Par 3 Golf Course Ranked 3rd in Nation

For more information about the upcoming June 9 event and others, you can find the Palm Beach Par 3 Golf Course on Facebook, or on their website can be reached by phone at, 561-547-0598.

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