September 22, 2020
By David Biggy
Previous December, The Sand Lure hosted the first-ever “Can You Defeat Biggy?” Event, and a couple dozen opponents not only confirmed up to try out to defeat my rating, but also assisted a number of community nonprofits as well. And, yes, some beat Biggy.
Want to try out again? Well, this tumble – Saturday, Nov. 28, to be exact – The Sand Trap once again will be the host course for the “Can You Conquer Biggy?” Thanksgiving Traditional, and the tourney will provide as a fundraiser for the Starvation Foundation of Southern Ocean. Biggy will established the benchmark score beforehand, but tournament perform will get started at 11 a.m. and run till 3 p.m.
Entry into the tournament – just clearly show up and enjoy – is $10 for each player, paid out at the entrance gate of The Sand Lure, 23rd Street and Very long Beach front Boulevard in Ship Base. This will be a cash-only celebration, no credit score or debit cards will be processed.
Trophies will go to the best male and female on the tournament leader board. Winners will be announced when the last groups, which will be despatched onto the training course by 2:20 p.m., have their scorecards turned in. We hope to have formal scorekeepers, so competitors can concentrate only on participating in.
All proceeds will go to the starvation foundation’s mission to aid regional food items pantries as it assists inhabitants with standard foodstuff wants, and to help teach the general public of the essential food items desires of people today and family members in Southern Ocean County.
All match gamers will have to be ready to be integrated in photographs, online video or social media content derived from the celebration – and, of program, as aspect of a tale for The SandPaper the next week. Social distancing will be in outcome, and competition will be needed to dress in deal with coverings upon entry to the training course, as properly as all through participate in when a 6-foot distance from others can not be preserved.
Any corporations, families or people fascinated in currently being a hole sponsor for $25 for every gap, or any person else with inquiries, call David Biggy at email@example.com. —D.B.