Thousands of dollars in prizes offered at NMC Foundation golf tourney


Pacifica Insurance Underwriters, Inc. will once again sponsor a hole-in-one prize for the 13th Annual Northern Marianas College Foundation Open golf tournament set for April 30. (Contributed Photo)

Thousands of dollars worth of prizes will be up for grabs at the 13th Annual Northern Marianas College Foundation Open golf tournament set for April 30 om the west course of the Laolao Bay Golf & Resort.

The first place winner for each flight will receive $500, second place winner will get $300, and third finishers will take home $200. There are six flight categories: Championship, A, B, C, Ladies, and Seniors.

In addition to the flight prizes, there will be a $5,000 hole-in-one prize sponsored by Pacifica Insurance Underwriters, Inc. and round trip tickets to Japan and the U.S. valued at over $4,000 sponsored by Delta Airlines.

The 13th Annual NMC Foundation Open golf tournament is organized by the NMC Foundation with assistance from the college’s staff, faculty, and students. The NMC Foundation is composed of community volunteers committed to elevating higher education opportunities in the CNMI.

Show time is at 6am with a shotgun start at 7am.

Those interested in playing can download a registration form at or pick up a form at the Laolao Bay Golf & Resort or at the NMC Cashier’s Office where the $100 registration fee can also be paid.

The NMC Foundation is also asking companies or individuals who can contribute monetary or in-kind donations to sponsor the tournament. Those interested in taking the opportunity to sponsor the event can contact NMC at 237-6764/6810 or email (PR)

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