Gentlemen’s Night at The Office begins next week

Gentlemen’s Night at The Office is back for a third season starting May 10.

Gentlemen, start your golf games.

Gentlemen’s Night at The Office is back for our third season – starting May 10.

This is the most well sponsored men’s event in the Valley with over 26 sponsors for nine or 18 holes of golf.

There’s no way you can’t win something – and do it with your best buddies, or new friends.

It’s also a great business opportunity – bring clients, associates, or reward your staff with a great round of golf, a beverage and dinner with 27 prizes.

We have two flights: an 18-hole commencing after 2 p.m. with prizes for skills and KPs. Our second flight is a nine-hole shotgun start at 5:30, and for this we have prizes and sponsors for just nine holes.

There’s even a prize for best joke of the night.

When it’s all over we gather for a beverage, and dinner is optional at the Valley’s premier golf destination in a Crown Isle private ballroom or dining room. You may order off the general menu also.

So, mark your calendars for May 10 and call the Crown Isle pro shop at 250-703-5029 to  book your time, or your group, and join the Gentlemen’s Night at Crown Isle, Tuesdays.

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