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NYSABA Annual Golf Tournament

August 27, 2020

Teams

Each team will be comprised of four players. Team registration is $400. Cart use and lunch on the turn included.

 

Individuals

Individuals are welcome and will be paired with other individuals. Individual registration is $100.  Cart use, lunch, and Chicken and Sausage Dinner included.

 

Sponsorships

  • Hole Sponsorship- $250-  includes company logo to be displayed on the course at a hole.

  • Lunch Sponsor- $500- includes company logo to be displayed at the turn.

  • Dinner Sponsor- $1000-  includes company logo at tournament registration site and in dining room.

* Sign Sponsor- $2000- includes company logo on    multiple signage as major tournament sponsor, special mention in all articles.


All logos due July 15, 2020.

 

Sign-in and Start

Sign in opens at 9 a.m. Shotgun start at 10 a.m.

 

Superticket Contests

Superticket contests include: cash prizes for longest drive, closest to the pin, and putting.

Grand Prize awarded to winner of fantasy golf scratch-off game.

Superticket also includes Mulligans. Stuperticket available now and at door for $20 each.

 

Food and Drink

Lunch is included.

A beverage cart will be liberally canvassing the course.

 

Do to Covid-19, we anticipate that the golf dinner may be cancelled. Awards and prizes will be handed out outdoors.

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Member Activation- 

PETITION:

 

OPPOSE LEGISLATION TO BAN CROP PROTECTANTS AND PEST MANAGEMENT TOOLS

 

Dear New York Legislators:

 

Numerous bills have been introduced this session to restrict access to key agricultural protectants (including: chlorpyrifos/Dursban/Lorsban, glyphosate/RoundUp, Seed treatment, atrazine, and more.) New York has a robust science-based regulatory product registration process in place through NYS Department of Environmental Conservation complimenting the Federal Environmental Protection Agency review process.

 

We believe that the Legislature’s actions interfere with this process and will unjustifiably harm crop yields and the economic viability of New York farms and farmers. Therefore, we the undersigned stand opposed to legislative actions to ban protectants and instead call on you to allow NYSDEC to continue to do its job as the regulator of these products.

Return completed petiton to: NYSABA, PO Box 268, Macedon, NY 14502. We ask that participants mail petitions every Friday to keep the campaing moving.

Or sign on to the digital petition today!

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