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ongoing beer tasting golf series multiple courses The 2017 American Golf Beer Tasting Golf Tournament Series has proven to be extremely popular, but don't worry if you haven't made it to one of the monthly gatherings – there are still two events remaining this season. The celebration of swings and suds continues September 29 at san dimas canyon golf course and October 27 at mountain meadows golf course, featuring tasters from Kona Brewing, Golden Road Brewing, Four Peaks Brewing, Elysian Brewing, 805 Brewing and more. For $43 per player ($40 for The Players Club members), participants receive nine holes of golf with contests, prizes, dinner and music, and beer tastings during warm ups, on the course and after the round. Golfers can sign up for the Friday afternoon events as singles, twosomes, threesomes or foursomes. More details are available by emailing Kimmy Arranaga at september 15 golf and give back lakewood country club Playing golf and supporting charity is a great combination, and you can support the Long Beach Ronald McDonald House and the Red Shoe Society by playing September 15 at Lakewood Country Club in the Golf and Give Back tournament. The $150 entry includes green fees, cart, range balls, lunch and dinner. Following play in the 1 p.m. shotgun, there will be an auction and raffle. learn more. september 28 shaun lumachi memorial golf classic el dorado park golf course The Shaun Lumachi Memorial Golf Classic hosted by the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce will take place at El Dorado Park Golf Course on September 28 with registration beginning at 9 a.m. The entry fee is $375 per person, which includes green fees, cart, range balls, lunch and dinner. learn more. october 27 monster day san dimas canyon golf course An annual tradition at San Dimas Canyon Golf Course, Monster Day celebrates Halloween early (on October 27) with frightful fun throughout the course, plus contests, raffles and prizes. All packages include green fees, cart fees, range balls and food and beverage from the Monster Mash Menu. learn more. NOTE: The events listed on this page are subject to all applicable liquor laws and regulations. course improvement rancho san JoaQuin now in Great shape I f you've played rancho san Joaquin golf course lately, you've probably noticed major course improvements at the Irvine facility. The facility made a commitment starting in 2012 to work on improv- ing playability, with projects ranging from replacing fairway sod to renovations of bunkers and tee boxes. This year, the course has replaced approxi- mately 40,000 square feet of sod in fairways and rough areas while also testing turf reduction in areas outside of normal play. The sodding was completed in mid-August. "Some of the areas are still roped to give them a chance to root in," said Rancho San Joaquin Gen- eral Manager Dennis Stankovic. "We're making sure we maintain turf in those areas." San Dimas Canyon Golf Course. AT A COURSE NEAR YOU… > c l i c k h e r e f o r a c a l e n d a r o f e v e n t s at a m e r i c a n G o l f c o u r s e s i n s o u t h e r n c a l i f o r n i a

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