2018 Toyota C-HR hole-in-one prize at HANMI Classic

One lucky golfer could walk away with a 2018 Toyota C-HR being offered by Atkins Kroll Toyota as a hole-in-one prize at the 17th Annual HANMI Charity Golf Classic that will be held on July 14 on the east course of the Laolao Bay Golf & Resort.

“The annual HANMI tournament is always a good mix of solid old-timers and up-and-coming new blood,” said tournament chair Tyrell Pauling of Hyatt Regency Saipan. “The C-HR invites drivers to ‘color outside the lines,’ and we know a golfer of any age would be ecstatic win this vehicle. A big thank you to AK Toyota for signing on again this year as a sponsor of the HANMI Charity Golf Classic.

The tournament is also offering several other hole-in-prizes, including $5,000 cash sponsored by Pacifica Insurance, $20,000 cash from LT Travel and the Tinian Mayor’s Office, $20,000 cash sponsored by Century Tours, $5,000 cash sponsored by Century Insurance, $2,500 cash sponsored by Traders Insurance, a car from Triple J Motors, and an airline ticket from Asiana Airlines.

The early bird tournament fee is $120 and includes green fee and the awards banquet. The fee increases to $140 after the early bird deadline today at 5pm. For an additional $30, players may also compete for optional play prizes, including accurate drive circle, nearest to the pin, longest drive, shortest drive, and accurate driveline. The tournament will start at 7am.

Registration forms are available at Laolao Bay Golf & Resort, Fiesta Resort & Spa Saipan, Hyatt Regency Saipan, Pacific Islands Club Saipan, Coral Ocean Golf Resort and at www.facebook.com/HANMI670. The tournament is open to the first 144 paid registrants. (PR)

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