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Tuesday May 3rd, 2016 2:55AM

Few spaces left for GHCC's Hackers Holiday golf tourney

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - The Masters is probably on the minds of most golfers in the Gainesville area this week but many of them are also looking ahead toward the end of the month.<br /> <br /> That's when the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce's annual Hackers Holiday is scheduled. This will be the 35th edition of the event. It is planned April 25 at Legacy on Lanier Golf Club at Lake Lanier Islands.<br /> <br /> Cost is $150 per player; $600 team (foursome). Entry fee includes green fee, cart, breakfast, box lunch, snacks and drinks. Awards will be presented in three flights, along with Hole-In-One prize, closest to the pin, longest drive, a putting contest and more. The 19th Hole Reception follows the tournament at the clubhouse and includes free food and drink.<br /> <br /> Hackers Holiday is presented by Chattahoochee Bank of Georgia. 19th Hole Reception sponsored by AT&T. Additional Sponsors: Coca-Cola of Gainesville, Jackson EMC, Publix.<br /> <br /> For Golf Ball Drop Tickets, sponsorship information, or to register to play, call Megan Martin, 770-532-6206 x 115. Email: mmartin@ghcc.com
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