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May 21 Golf Tournament open to all golfers

Rocklin - Sierra College is proud to present the Ninth Annual Wolverine Athletic Association Golf Tournament. All golfers at all levels of ability are welcome to participate.

The tournament will be held at The Ridge in Auburn, California on Monday, May 21, 2012. Events begin at 9:00 am and will continue throughout the day. 
Schedule of Events

  • 9-11am - Registration, Tee Prizes and Brunch, Driving Range, and Putting Greens
  • 11:00 am - Shotgun Start (scramble format)
  • 4:00 pm - No-Host Cocktails
  • 4:30 pm - Dinner, Raffle, Live Auction and Tournament Awards
    (All times are subject to change as the day progresses)

Sponsorship opportunities:

  •  Cardinal - $1,000.00
    -  Hole sponsorship with company name displayed on signage at one hole
    - One four-player entry to golf tournament, including brunch and dinner
    - Opportunity to include company logo items in event tee-prize bags
    - Four WAA Memberships (all-sport season passes)
  • White - $600.00
    - Green Sponsorship with company name displayed on professional signage
    - One four-player entry to golf tournament including both brunch and dinner
    - Opportunity to include company logo items in event tee-prize bags
    - Four WAA individual all-sport season passes
  • Individual - $150.00
    - One player entry to golf tournament including both brunch and dinner
  • Dinner Only - $40.00

Registration is now open. To register online, go to: For more information, contact the Sierra College Athletic Division Office and Dawn Flannery at (916) 660-8103 or
The Ridge Golf Club has a truly exciting layout for golf. Designed by world-renowned course designer Robert Trent Jones Jr., his golf holes take full advantage of their sites while preserving the natural beauty of the land, as is evident in this golden foothills golf course. The address is 2020 Golf Course Road, Auburn CA, 95602.
The Ninth Annual Wolverine Athletic Association Golf Tournament is sponsored in part by Magnussen's of Auburn. All proceeds benefit Sierra College Athletics. Your participation and commitment are greatly appreciated.

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