PITTSFIELD, Mass. -- The Boys and Girls Club of the Berkshires has announced that raffle tickets for a trip to the world renown Pebble Beach Golf Resorts located on the Monterrey Peninsula of California are now available.
The winner will stay in the world class luxury accomodations at The Lodge at Pebble Beach which features an ocean side setting overlooking the famed 18th hole of The Pebble Bach Golf Links. The prize package includes one round for two of golf at the Pebble Beach Golf Links, and one round for two at Spyglass Hill Golf Course.
The Pebble Beach Course is recognized as one of the most beautiful courses in the world as it hugs the coastline and opens up to the Pacific Ocean and was the host of this year’s U.S. Open Championship.
The Spyglass Hill course is one of the most respected and revered courses in the world with views of the ocean and the natural beauty of the DeMonte Forest. The prize package includes up to $1,000 for airfare.
Only 150 raffle tickets will be sold. The cost of a raffle tickets is $100. The winner will be drawn on Monday, Aug. 26, during dinner at the Boys and Girls Club’s golf tournament. Winner need not be present to win.
Tickets are available now by contacting Kristine Huggins at the Boys and Girls Club at 413-448-8258 ,ext. 10 or by stopping by the Boys and Girls Club at 16 Melville St.
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