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The Captain Theo Bodden Memorial Golf Tournament is offering a brand new 2015 Kia Optima or a luxurious 2015 Lincoln MKC as the star prize for anyone who manages a hole-in-one.

The tournament is at the North Sound Golf Club on Feb. 6 and tees off at 12:30 p.m.

These are just some of the prizes on offer for participants in this popular annual event.

Other prizes for hole-in-one winners at various holes around the course include a Krank Golf Formula 5 Driver, Taylormade Clubs and a stay for four days and three nights at the Lajitas Golf Resort & Spa in Lajitas, Texas.

The tournament is a four-person scramble accommodating up to 72 players in 18 teams. There are just a few team spaces left and still some chances to become a sponsor of a hole. Now in its fourth year, the Captain Theo Bodden Memorial Golf Tournament is a crucial fundraising event for Triple C School, allowing them to raise funds for the school’s improvements.

Proceeds raised at this event will go towards upgrading the school’s air condition units. “Triple C School is very appreciative to have Home Gas join us as a major sponsor for the second year,” said Mable Richardson, principal.

“The tournament continues to grow each year and we are thankful for all the corporate support we have received through hole sponsorship, teams registrations, or event prizes. “It is indeed a blessing to be the beneficiary of a great Friday afternoon, a day of wholesome competition for the community.”

Bodden Holdings, the parent company of Home Gas, has been involved at various sponsorship levels since its inception. The namesake of the tournament and founder of Bodden Holdings, Captain Theo Bodden, was also one of the founders for Triple C School. Gregg Radley of Home Gas, said, “This year’s event will provide golfers with several hole-in-one competitions with incredible prizes to be won at each hole. “Home Gas is very pleased to support such an exciting event that will no doubt attract many golfers and would-be golfers from across the island.”

Entry fees are $600 for a team of four or $150 per individual. Entry fees allow participants to compete for prizes in the hole-in-one competition, the closest to the pin contest and the longest drive contest. For more information, contact Nathania Mayers at Triple C School: [email protected] or call 949-6022 to register or request sponsorship information.

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