Golfers take part in the Chamber of Commerce golf tournament last year.

Chamber golf tournament features fun and prizes

Tee Up Fore Business tournament open to non-members for the first time.

The Mission Chamber of Commerce is hitting the greens again for its annual Tee Up Fore Business golf tournament next week.

The fun tournament will take over the Mission Golf and Country Club Thursday and features plenty of excitement in addition to the golf.

“It’s a great opportunity to network and connect over golf while enjoying a sunny day on the links,” said chamber executive director Michelle Favero. While the event has been limited to members in the past, the chamber has opened the tournament up to non-members for the first time in 2014.

“There will be events at every hole and lots of prizes this year, featuring our famous marshmallow drive.”

The event will also include a wine draw, in which participants donate bottles and receive an entry into a draw to win the collected bottles. Participants can also buy a pack that includes mulligans, and entries into the putting and chipping contests.

The cost is $120 for members or $140 for non-members. Registration includes golf, a drink ticket, a swag bag, entries into the hole-in-one and closest-to-the-pin contests and dinner.

The tournament starts at 12:30 p.m.

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