Wednesday, March 27, 2019

SLI's 14 Season Family Golf 'Merged' with New Idea for Lakewide Golf to Benefit Common Goal: Water Quality

This season, 2019, will Mark the 3rd Annual Silver Lake Association (SLA)'s Water Quality Golf Tournament.  The first two, one in 2017 and one in 2018, proved to be a valuable addition to the Lake Community and its goals for a strong Water Quality program overseeing a higher and notable level of water quality.

Up to this point (2016), the Silver Lake Institute had been running a Family Golf Tournament since the season of 2002. The last two years saw attendance and participation dwindle down, but not from any lack of enthusiastic promotion by Fred Nobbs, the  prime organizer and promoter. Some "SLIers" miss his weekly public announcements to get registered for Golf or "come to support the golfers at the Awards Luncheon."

Through the leadership, foresight, and encouragement of Loren Penman, the SLI community agreed to get behind the new lake-wide project which would be a merger of sorts into one golfing entity for Silver Lake and using a common goal toward which all could participate and willingly give up its late July dates. 

This year's "Water Quality Golf Tournamenet" is scheduled for Saturday, July 27, 2019, hosted by The Club at Silver Lake. The morning features a 9 am shotgun start, scramble format - $240 per team of 4 (lunch only $20). Register by July 13 with Joe Caputo, 6805 South Hillcrest Dr., Castile, NY 14427 ( [585] 738-1815).

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