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Lida Greens to host Junior Tournament

The Lida Greens Golf Course will host its 24th annual Lake Lida Junior Tournament on Sunday, Aug. 11 at Lida Greens Golf Course. The tournament is for all junior golfers up to the age of 17. There will be prizes for the winners, food and refreshments available all day.

Lida Greens is located four miles east of Pelican Rapids on Route 108 at Lake Lida and is an executive nine hole course rated by the Minnesota Golf Association. Registration will begin at 8 a.m.

Flight Two consists of 12-and-under golfers and will compete in teams of two and play a scramble. The flight will begin at 9 a.m. and the winners and runner-up teams will receive prizes.

Flight One consists of golfers ages 13 through 17 and will play in teams of two and play best ball. Flight One will begin play at 11 a.m. Winning and runner-up teams will receive prizes. Individual scores from this flight determine those qualifying for the Championship Flight.

The championship flight will be individual competition between qualifiers and the defending champions from 2018. Boys compete against boys and girls compete against girls. The Championship Flight will being play at 1 p.m. or after the completion of Flight One. Trophies will be awarded to the winners and the runner up of this flight. The boy and girl winning the Championship Flight will be the Lida Greens 2019 Junior Champions.

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The cost is $20 per person. Players are requested to pre-register, but it is not required. Participants must designate their own team. Handicaps will not be used in scoring. For more information or to registers, call the Lida Greens Pro Shop at 218-863-1531.

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