Golf tournament supports Georges Highland Path
ROCKLAND — The Georges River Land Trust announced a new partnership with GrandyOats of Brownfield in support of the Georges Highland Path. GrandyOats is the official 2012 namesake sponsor of the GrandyOats’ PUTT for the PATH Golf Tournament to be held at the West Appleton Country Club on Sunday, Sept. 23 from 8 a.m. to noon.
The format is a shotgun start 18-hole scramble (best ball) with four golfers per team and no handicap. Registration is now open, and the entry fee is $30 for individuals, $120 for teams of four players. The entry fee includes green fees, the use of one golf cart, a cookout lunch at the conclusion of play, and an assortment of prizes. All proceeds from the tournament will be used in support of the Georges Highland Path, a 40-mile conservation trail system. Hole sponsorships are also available for $100. For more information or to register, visit www.grlt.org or call 594-5166.
The Georges Highland Path, built and maintained by Georges River Land Trust, is a 40-mile system of “conservation trails” that gives hikers a unique look at the St. George River watershed.
GrandyOats, founded in 1979, is Maine’s source for more than 40 unique handmade granolas, trail mixes and roasted nuts. Based in the White Mountains of western Maine, GrandyOats makes granola by hand using organic ingredients. During the month of September, GrandyOats will donate 25 percent of all online sales (grandyoats.com) in support of the trail program at Georges River Land Trust.