HANMI golf tourney registration now open

Posted on Jul 21 2022


LaoLao Bay Golf & Resort west course will host the 20th Annual HANMI Charity Classic Golf Tournament this coming Sept. 17. (CONTRIBUTED PHOTO)

Registration is now open for the 20th Annual HANMI Charity Classic Golf Tournament on Sept. 17, 2022, at LaoLao Bay Golf & Resort west course.
Registration forms are now available at www.saipanhotels.org, www.facebook.com/HANMI670, and at LaoLao Bay Golf & Resort and Coral Ocean Resort. The tournament is open to the first 144 paid registrants.

“We’re excited to announce the opening of registration for this year’s tournament,” said HANMI Charity Classic Golf Tournament Organizing Committee chair Juko Ishikawa. “We expect to deliver the same outstanding tournament that HANMI is known for. Registration usually fills up fast, so we invite everyone to register before the early bird deadline for a great day of golf benefitting Northern Marianas Technical Institute this year.”

The early bird tournament fee is $120 and includes green fee and the awards luncheon. The fee increases to $140 after the early bird deadline of Friday, Sept. 3, at 5pm. For an additional $30 players may also compete for optional play prizes, including longest drive (male and female), accurate drive, aggressive drive, and four chances for nearest to the pin.

This year’s tournament will benefit Northern Marianas Technical Institute. Showtime is 6am and the tournament will start at 7am. The awards banquet will immediately follow the tournament at LaoLao Bay Golf & Resort.

For more information, contact Tournament Chairman Juko Ishikawa at worldresort@pticom.com or visit www.facebook.com/HANMI670. (PR)

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