Mayor’s Cup Golf Tournament to premiere on Oct. 26

MADISON – A new event for the city will give a recreational outing to participants while raising funds for student scholarships.

The inaugural Mayor’s Cup Golf Tournament on Oct. 26 at Sunset Landing Golf Course will have a tee-off time of 8 a.m. and will conclude at 2 p.m. Madison Chamber of Commerce is presenting this event.

Organizers expect to see a sold-out crowd, consisting of business owners and community leaders, and, of course, an appearance and participation by Madison Mayor Paul Finley, the namesake for the tournament. Players will enjoy a SWAG bag filled with goodies, a fun game of golf and beverage cart service throughout their day, according to Chamber Executive Director Michelle Epling.

The team that claims the highest score will receive an award.

“This inaugural Mayor’s Cup Tournament serves as a fundraiser to help support our member programs for the chamber throughout the year,” Epling said. The event also generates funds for the Madison Mayor’s Scholarship and the Madison Chamber of Commerce Scholarship for a senior at both Bob Jones and James Clemens high schools that has excelled academically and compiled a worthy school resume of volunteering and community service.

“Besides being part of an exclusive networking event and a premiere round of golf, this event is filled with great opportunities to promote your business,” Epling said. “This tournament is one that you won’t want to miss.”

“If you are a golfer or you would just like to support the Madison Chamber of Commerce, this event will provide the perfect day to join us,” Epling said.

Sunset Landing Golf Course’s address is 346 James Record Road SW and is adjacent to Huntsville International Airport. For driving directions, take I-565 to Exit 8. Continue south, and take the first right. Next, take the first left into the Sunset Landing property.

Fees and admission for a four-member team will be $480. Other rates apply for different configurations of teams.

To register, visit madisonalchamber.com, and click “Mayor’s Cup Golf Tournament” in the “Upcoming Event” scroll. On the new window, click “Register.”

Madison Chamber of Commerce’s address is 401 Carter Drive in Madison. For more information, call the chamber at 256-325-8317, email marketing@madisonalchamber.com or visit madisonalchamber.com.

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