Pacifica Insurance offers $5K hole-in-one TOC prize
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Pacifica Insurance has just elevated the excitement of this Saturday’s Tournament of Champions by offering a hole-in-one prize of $5,000.
“The Tournament of Champions has done a great job of raising funds that pay for important community and beautification projects,” said Shirley Sablan, Pacifica Insurance Underwriters general manager. “We are honored to be part of this year’s event and are looking forward to a great tournament. I wish all the golfers great luck!”
“We are grateful for Pacifica Insurance’s sponsorship of the $5,000 hole-in-one prize,” said tournament director Ben Babauta. “The company has been actively involved in many local events and activities and we are happy that they are part of this year’s Tournament of Champions.”
The 19th Annual Tournament of Champions will be played at the LaoLao Bay Golf and Resort’s East & West Courses on Aug. 2 and 3. The two-day event is bigger and better than ever with exciting hole-in-one prizes and the chance to win thousands of dollars in possible prizes. The TOC tournament fee is $185.
First place winners in the Men’s Championship, A, B, C, Senior and Super Senior Flights will each receive $500 cash, $400 for second, $300 for third, a digital camera to fourth, and $100 DFS gift certificate for fifth place. The Ladies Low Gross champion will receive $500, $400 for second, and $300 for third place. The first, second, and third place winners of the Ladies Low Net will receive a trophy.
There will be hundreds of thousands worth of prizes that will be at stake in the two-day tournament, including hole-in-one prizes that include other brand new vehicles donated by Triple J Motors, Atkins Kroll Toyota (Saipan), and Joeten Motors. Saipan Laolao Golf & Resort is offering one year of free golf as another hole-in-one prize. Delta Air Lines and Asiana Airlines are also offering airline tickets as hole-in-one prizes.
Since its inception, TOC has given over $700,000 to the Saipan Beautification Fund, which has gone directly to the improvements of the tree-lined traffic medians that stretch from Garapan to the former Palm Resort Saipan, as well as the revitalization of the Garapan special district. In addition, TOC also contributed funds for the Paseo de Marianas, the lighting of the Saipan Beach Pathway, and most recently the beautification of the Port to Park pathway.
For more information about sponsorship opportunities for the 2014 TOC, contact Babauta at 483-2563 or Marida Pensader at 236-2530. For player information and to download the registration form, visit www.tocSaipan.com. (TOC)