Chamber Golf Classic Stacked with Prizes

The Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce and presenting sponsor Citizens Bank will host the 10th Annual Chamber Golf Classic on June 12, 2015 at the Course at Eagle Mountain. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. and teams will tee off at 10 a.m. sharp.

This year’s event is shaping up to be one you will not want to miss. In addition to the traditional four-man scramble format, there will be four hole-in-one contests with the chance to win prizes such as a car sponsored by Scott Wood Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram and a Bad Boy Outlaw Extreme mower sponsored by Bad Boy, Inc. Additionally, Dixon Golf will sponsor two hole-in-one contests for a chance to win two airline tickets to anywhere in the world that Spirit Airlines flies. Players that take advantage of playing the Dixon Challenge will be awarded a sleeve of Dixon Earth golf balls if their first shot or mulligan lands on the green during this hole-in-one contest. The second game, the Aurelius Driver Challenge, will allow players to test out the Dixon Golf Aurelius driver on a mulligan shot, and each player that participates leaves with a gift certificate for a hybrid club from Dixon Golf (valued at $150) and two raffle tickets for an Aurelius custom driver. The tournament will also include two closest-to-the-pin contests with featured prizes sponsored by Dixon Golf and Loco Ropes. Batesville State Farm Insurance agents Renee Martin, Kenny Allen, and Carter Ford will host a putting contest in conjunction with the event for featured prizes.

BACC will also hold a raffle for a chance to win a prize package including a Professional Chargriller and Smoker donated by Kroger, a trip for two to Branson, MO, donated by Renee Taylor Travel Company, and a mobile Rigid job box with a lifetime warranty donated by Home Depot.

“We have great sponsors and amazing opportunities to win a ton of prizes at this year’s event. This tournament is always made special by our area businesses who show support with their donations, sponsorships, and teams coming out to play in the tournament. We are crossing our fingers for great weather for our golfers and spectators to make the day even more enjoyable,” says Jamie Beck, BACC Director of Programs and Events.