A foursome of golfers is $500, which includes golf carts, bagged lunches, gift bags and a family style chicken and fish dinner at the end of the day. The range is open at 11 a.m. and registration begins at noon. Shotgun is at 1 p.m.
All proceeds benefit the East Bay Community Action Program. There will also be "closest to the pin" and "longest drive" contests, as well as fun raffles. There's a hit a hole-in-one on a par three to win a boat from Don's Marine.
Tournament organizer Erica Arruda said this is also a great opportunity to play at a premier private country club, and added they would like to get at least 80 players in this year's tournament.
"It's a lot of prizes," she said about the raffles. "Our main concern is getting the word out."
If unable to attend, those interested in supporting can donate toward SOAH's cause sponsorships.
For more information on registration, the levels of sponsorships and SOAH, visit their website.
SOAH's mission is to raise money and collect food to support the food pantries, and last year had live local music at Evelyn's Drive-in and Coastal Roasters. Arruda said they've been talking to the folks at Four Corners Meeting House and Sandywoods about their venue space for this year's celebration, since it's getting progressivly bigger