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Rotary Club hosting annual golf tournament on May 15 

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–On Saturday, May 15th, the Paso Robles Rotary Club will tee off its annual golf tournament ‘Tee it up for OUR kids’, benefitting local children, including Paso Robles High School choir and leadership conference, Paso High Pole Vault facility, Dance team, FFA & Skills USA Also, the Boys and Girls Club, Local Boy Scouts, Paso Youth Arts, Morning Star Youth Ranch and many others.

This year’s event will take place at Hunter Ranch with an 8:30 shotgun start, four-man scrambles format. The tournament has a new title sponsor in Sky River RV.

“Over the last three years we raised over $100,000 with all monies going to these programs for our kids,” said organizer Rick Goree of State Farm Insurance in Paso Robles. “Our community rallies around causes such as this. Businesses donate, people volunteer and the golfers make it possible to have a successful event like this. Our goal this year is to net $30,000!”

Sharon Ross chipping onto the green. Courtesy photo.

The cost is $125 to enter and includes the use of a golf cart, a gift bag, and a barbecue meal.

A popular sponsor is the Business Partner at $1,000 and includes a foursome, tee box sign, barbecue, gift bag with a fine bottle of wine.

Awards are given for 1st and 2nd place low net and gross scores, prizes for closest to the pin, longest drive, and tons of raffle prizes. The shotgun start is 8:30 a.m. There is a maximum of 88 golfers this year.

“It’s a really fun event with a great benefit to our kids”, said Goree. “A bunch of local people getting together for a great cause. Everyone is welcome, it’s a scrambles format so all levels of golfers are encouraged to come out and play.”

To learn more about the tournament, contact Rick Goree (805) 610-5215, email, or visit

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