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Did I ever tell you guys the story about the first sales meeting that I went to when I switched over to the sales biz? We were at the Ritz in Key Biscayne and we all got to choose from two events to participate in: golf, or the spa. I'm sure you can guess where this story is going. To make a long story short, I REALLY need to learn how to play golf. But, on the otherhand I did get a really nice massage.....

The 4th Annual Brain Aneurysm Foundation Golf Tournament will take place on Monday, July 20, 2009 at the Indian Pond Country Club in Kingston, Mass. The tournament will help the Foundation continue to raise awareness of brain aneurysms which affect an estimated 1 in 50 people in North America.

The July 20th tournament will include golfing at a premier, private championship golf course, followed by a wonderful dinner at the Indian Pond Country Club clubhouse. Non-golfers can enjoy use of the beautiful new pool and tennis facilities before joining golfers for dinner. Tournament registration will take place from 11:30a.m. - 12:30p.m., with a shotgun start in scramble format at 12:30p.m. The day will conclude with 6:00p.m. cocktails and silent auction followed by dinner at 7:00p.m. Cost is $200 per golfer, $50 for dinner only.

Ironically, I've been in the sales world now for four years and I still don't know how to play golf. But, I swear, this year is the year that I learn.

Click (here) to register for the event.



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2 Response to "Brain Aneurysm Foundation Golf Tournament - 7/20"

  1. rosey Said,

    I have been waiting for this tournament thanks for sharing....


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    Posted on 7/13/09, 8:06 AM

     
  2. Dan Dan Said,

    I've been meaning to learn too. I played nine holes once and it was pretty fun, I can totally see why the game is addictive--you hit one good shot and you want to keep playing til you hit another.

    Posted on 7/13/09, 11:30 AM

     
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