eBob Tournament Postponed Due to Coronavirus.  New Date is Oct 18th!!

eBob Apparel, is hosting an Inaugural Golf Tournament to benefit local junior golf organizations at Oak Creek Golf Club. 16 year old Ryan Voois is Co-Tournament Host with his mom. Please click on Ryan’s video for your invitation!

The tournament format will be a “2 Person Scramble with a Twist” with closest to the pin contests and a raffle. We plan to have a clinic with Ryan and several PGA professionals on the range before the tourney starts so arrive early! There will be flighted divisions of women as well as a men’s and/or couples divisions (dependent on number of registrants).

Prior to our shotgun start, we have scheduled a HELICOPTER BALL DROP (sponsored by Pukka Inc).  Buy a $20 ticket that matches a numbered golf ball and if the helicopter drops your ball in the hole at Oak Creek, you win part of the pot! Need not be present to win. For those who want to support our cause but can't make the actual event, buying helicopter tickets is a great way to contribute.  RAFFLE TICKETS will be sold the day of the tournament for golf participants.  Lots of golf, golf lessons, wine, etc. Fun!

Ryan participates in many local junior golf organizations and has chosen these three to be this year’s beneficiaries (click here to learn more about them):

 

 
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SO THREE WAYS TO SUPPORT THIS EVENT:

1. Come out and join us for a great day of golf and fun!

 REGISTER NOW

2. Can't join us but still want to support our cause?

BUY HELICOPTER BALL DROP TICKETS

3. Sponsor a tee or contest to get exposure on course and on website!

I'D LIKE TO SPONSOR

 

When :
March 22, 2020
10:00 - 12:00
Registration
On Range Clinic with Ryan and a Pro
12:15
Helicoptor Ball Drop
12:30
Shotgun Start
5:30 - 6:30
Dinner and Awards
Where :
Oak Creek Golf Club
1 Golf Club Drive
Irvine, CA 92618
Cost :
$150 per golfer, $30 for dinner only
Format:
2-Person Scramble with a Twist
Tournament Contact :
Jesse Smith,Tournament Co-Chair 408-205-9767
 

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