PINETOP — All golfers are invited to play the 35th annual Blue Ridge Scholarship Fund Golf Tournament to be held Saturday, May 4, at the White Mountain Country Club.

This is a four-person scramble, said Tournament Director Colby DeWaters, PGA golf professional. Singles, teams, couples, men and ladies are invited to play. “The public is welcome to play here during this tournament,” said DeWaters, golf pro at White Mountain Country Club, “golfers of all skill levels are encouraged.”

The tournament includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, snacks, prizes, awards, buffet dinner, drinks and a tax-deductible donation to the scholarship fund. Entry fee is $120. Pari-mutuel, mulligans and string for gimmies will be available. Shotgun start is 1 p.m.

Entry forms are available now at www.blueridgescholarship.com and at the pro shop at White Mountain Country Club. This year the tournament will include a Ladies Flight. All members of the ladies team will be women. Singles, twosomes and foursomes are welcome.

“All proceeds go to scholarships for Blue Ridge High School graduates who attend college or technical school,” said Steve Pansulla, Blue Ridge Scholarship Fund vice-president. This annual tournament is held in honor of Lupe Acevedo who spent his life teaching, coaching and providing scholarships for Blue Ridge High School students.

For more information, call Tournament Director Colby DeWaters at 928-367-4913.

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