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Squaw Spring Schwing On-Snow Golf Tournament

Squaw Spring Schwing On-Snow Golf Tournament

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posted: 01/01/2000

April 19, 2006
OLYMPIC VALLEY, CA - (News Release) - Proving once again that there truly is something for everyone, Squaw Valley USA is bringing back the beloved Spring Schwing. On Sunday, April 23 golf and snow enthusiasts alike can take part in this on-snow golf tournament and show all the diehard Squaw shredders that it don't mean a thing if you ain't got that swing!

The tournament takes place on High Camp's (elev. 8200') unique 5 five-hole course. The game will be played in "best ball" format, using tennis balls (participants are asked to bring their own clubs and tennis balls). Teams of 2 will go head-to-head for the best cumulative score. The winning team will win rounds of golf at Wolf Run Golf Club and the Incline Village Mountain Course. Also, any player who gets a hole-in-one on the fifth hole will receive a fabulous mystery prize.

Registration will be in the Cable Car lobby at 9 am on Sunday, April 23 and tee time will be at 10 am sharp. The Spring Schwing Tournament is free with the purchase of a Cable Car or lift ticket and is $5 for passholders. Vintage Caddyshack attire is sincerely encouraged.

The Spring Schwing is part of the Spring Jam 8 festival at Squaw Valley USA. For more information on the Spring Schwing or Spring Jam 8 call 530-583-6985 or visit www.squaw.com.

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