We'll have up to 80 players this time, with a shotgun start at 10 a.m. (preceded by a group photo and warm send-off), playing at Willis Case. As before, we'll have contests - but it's all about swingin' sticks with fans, so don't sweat it if you're rusty, new to the game, or prioritizing fun over competition. So are we. :)
Early registration is strongly encouraged. All three previous events have sold out, with a waiting list we couldn't satisfy. The number of players has nearly doubled each year (16 to 32 to 54), but we've also opened registration earlier, to facilitate players' planning and to help find more players. So act soon - and please help spread the word!
Register by completing this online form and then making a donation to the Mockingbird Foundation of $150 per player, which covers all fees, cart, lunch, an event golf shirt, and a gift bag of goodies.
We also invite sponsors, of any kind or size.
The vision for the 5th or 6th event (since the end of the 1st) has been to have something special at each tee: B&J tastings? selfie w/ a lyricist? livestream table for a podcast? We welcome your contributions of items, proceeds, and ideas to help move the 4th Annual event in that direction.
We look forward to seeing many of you there!
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