MS Golf Experience

Event Details

Date: Friday, May TBD, 2017

Time: 12 O'Clock Shotgun Scramble

Lincoln Hills Golf Club
1005 Sun City Lane
Lincoln, CA 95648

Registration fee of $150 includes lunch, golf, dinner and auction.

Proposed Schedule for Friday (of course subject to change…)

10:00- 11:30 Registration is open
10:15- 11:15 Putting and Pitching Contests are open
10:30- 11:30 Lunch
11:30- 12:00 To tee boxes for a High Noon Shotgun Scramble
12:00- 5:00 Golfexperience
5:15- 6:30 Dinner Awards Raffle and Auctions

Enjoy the day and hear about Terry’s Closet, MS, and how your donations are used to help someone impacted by Multiple Sclerosis.

So bring your sticks, checkbook, cash or credit card and a warm giving heart for a fun filled experience!

MSGolfexperience ‘Extras” for purchase:

Bring a Guest to Dinner and the Auctions $25.00

  • Mulligan’s
    $10.00 each
  • Gimmie String
    $  5.00 per foot
  • The Purple Tee
    $5.00 (one only)
  • Contest Entries
    $10.00 each
  • Combo Packs
    $50.00 each
  • Raffle Tickets
    1 FREE (extras $1 ea or 25 for $20 Sold at Dinner)

Heads up, be sure you purchase your combo bags and/or “extras” for the round and participate in the chipping and putting contests. 1st place awards given!

Don’t forget lunch! It is always good, and is served down by the contests and driving range.

Head to your cart at 11:30. Golfers should be at the tee boxes for a 12:00 shotgun start.

FORMAT: Each player tees off on each hole. The best of the tee shots is selected and all players play their second shots from that spot. The best of the second shots is determined, then all play their third shots from that spot, and so on until the ball is holed. The men play from the WHITE tees and the woman play from the RED tees.

MULLIGANS: You don’t receive actual Mulligan tokens in your combo packs. Mulligans are based on the old truth and honesty of golfers, and you may purchase up to four. Announce to your foursome you are using a Mulligan and do so until you run out of them.

GIMMIE STRING: Put one end of the string at the lip of the cup. Bring the rest of the string to your ball. Tie a knot in the string at the point of your ball. This putt is now good and cost you that amount of string. The next time you want to use a gimmie putt, place the knot at the lip of the cup, bring the remaining string to your ball and tie another knot. Now this putt is good. Continue in the same direction in knots until you run out of string or do not have enough string remaining to reach your ball. You can purchase up to ten feet.

THE PURPLE TEE: For a one time only use on any hole, other than 16, men can drive from the red tee and ladies can take off one stroke.

When you’ve finished your round of golf, the fun isn’t over! Turn in your scorecard to the pro shop and meet the rest of the golfers in the Orchards Ballroom for dinner, trophy presentation, prizes, raffle and the auctions!

Enjoy the day of golf and THANK YOU for supporting Terry’s Closet and the fight to end Multiple Sclerosis!

Thank you very much for participating and check our website in a week or two after the event for results and pictures!!

General Area Map:

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The Golf Course:
Lincoln Hills Golf Club is one of the greater Sacramento area's finest golfing facilities. Lincoln Hills first appeared on Northern California's public golf scene in 1999 as an 18-hole, Billy Casper/Greg Nash-designed golf course. In 2005, a second 18 hole course was unveiled creating two distinct 18 hole layouts with traditional out-and-back configurations.

Generous corridors and expansive fairways impart a feeling of openness as the layout unfolds over the rolling hills and natural wetlands common to this part of Placer County. Manicured fairways are framed by daunting hazards and pockets of pine, oak and redwood trees that add to the golf course's aesthetic appeal. Through the years, The Lincoln Hills Golf Club has successfully hosted competitive events such as the 2003 LPGA Tour's Longs Drug Challenge and more recently the 2008 NCAA Ladies West Regional Golf Tournament, as well as hundreds of other local charity and corporate events.