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Qualify at Lonewolf for International Pairs Golf Tournament in Scotland

Every Monday starting August 11th at 5:30 pm the Lone Wolf Golf Club will be qualifying site for the International Pairs Golf Tournament.

The cost is $30 + GST per player, $15 green fee for non-members.

On these Monday evenings, you will be playing the Lone Wolf Golf Club in a 2 person best ball (better ball) Stableford competition over 9 holes.

The qualification is open to all male golfers with a handicap of 24 or less. You will be able to use 75% of your 9 hole handicap to determine which holes you get net strokes on.

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The lowest score after the five Mondays will then qualify to compete in the Western Canadian Championships at the beautiful Crown Isle Golf Resort in Comox, B.C. All expenses will be paid including airfare, hotels, transfers, and a gala the evening before the competition.

The winners of the Western Canadians will then go on the the World Pairs Championship at the home of golf, St.Andrews in Scotland, all expenses paid.

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What if you didn’t get the low score after the first Monday? Not to worry, you can keep competing each Monday for the same $30 cost + GST.

You don’t want to miss out on this great opportunity to play some competitive golf and the chance to play at a couple of the world’s best golf courses.

If you need more information please contact Trevor at the Lone Wolf Golf Shop, 250-789-3711

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