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Blue and Gold Golf Classic to be Held July 31

Courtesy: Canisius College Athletics
Release: 05/16/2017
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The Canisius athletic department will host the 20th annual Blue & Gold Golf Classic and Auction Monday, July 31, at Crag Burn Golf Club in East Aurora, N.Y.

The event will feature a noon tee time, with accommodations for 144 golfers. Cost for the event is $1500 for a corporate foursome. Individual golfers may register for $250. Price includes a full day of golf, lunch, on-course refreshments and an open bar and dinner following the event.

For more information call John Maddock at (716) 888-2977, or via email by clicking here. Dan Misko is serving as this year's tournament chairman, while Ron Raccuia has been selected the honorary chairman of the event.

Numerous sponsorship opportunities are available, while a tee sign may be purchased for $125. The 18x24-inch sign, which is suitable for framing, is given to the sponsor at the conclusion of the day's activities and is part of the corporate foursome package.

Admission to just the open bar and dinner, which starts at 6:15 p.m., costs $75 per person.

The event benefits the Blue & Gold Fund, which is the official fundraising organization for Canisius athletics.

Crag Burn Golf Club, an 18-hole, par-72 course that measures over 7,000 yards from the tips, has twice been recognized as one of the "Best Golf Courses in New York State". Designed by renowned golf course architect Robert Trent Jones over 40 years ago, Crag Burn has earned a reputation as one of Western New York's most impressive places to play golf.

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