The Wild West Fest Golf Tournament Is Saturday, July 16th
Wild West Fest invites you to sign up and participate in the Wild West Fest 2022 Golf Tournament this Saturday, July 16th!
The golf tournament is a new addition to the Wild West Fest annual event which has been expanded in numerous ways in 2022. This year there will be live music to run as an eight day music festival in San Angelo from July 29th through August 5th with live music all week long at music venues throughout San Angelo including two huge shows at the Riverstage both weekends!!
On Saturday, July 30, Whiskey Myers brings their “Tornillo North American Tour” to the River Stage, with Muscadine Bloodline and Austin Meade opening the show. The following Friday, August 5th, as part of their reunion tour, the Turnpike Troubadours will perform at the River Stage with Cody Canada and The Departed and William Beckmann opening. Tickets are on sale now and available through Stubwire.com.
Be sure to take in numerous pre & after parties plus plenty of bar parties throughout the weeklong festival at Sports Next Level, Blaine’s Pub, The House of FiFi Du Bois, Fiddlestrings, Penny Tap House, and other bars and venues in San Angelo.
Getting back to the Wild West Fest Golf Tournament this Saturday, here are some of the details. The tournament is being played at Quicksand Golf Course, 2305 Pulliam St and everything gets underway at 8:00 AM.
Flighted teams are made up of four players. Handicap for teams is the average of your four players. Flights subject to change depending on player handicap entries and will be broken down by average player handicap.
Breakfast, lunch, range balls, green fees, cart rentals, and complimentary beverages are provided.
Prize payout information:
Payouts are based on full field.
1st Place - $1,000
2nd Place - $750
3rd Place - $500
Don’t miss out on a great day of golfing in the Wild West Fest Golf Tournament! Limited team spots are available - sign up in person at Sports Next Level or email firstname.lastname@example.org!
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