Palm Coast’s first golf course, now called Palm Harbor, is nifty at 50! The Palm Coast
Historical Society is planning to celebrate with a Nine & Dine Golf Event on Monday, October 25 with a shotgun start at 3:30 pm. Unlike the official opening hosted in 1971 by the developers at International Telephone and Telegraph, PCHS organizers will not use a real shotgun!
Renowned golf course architect Bill Amick of Daytona Beach designed the course and will return to participate in the commemorative celebration. The anniversary outing is limited to fifty players at $50 per person and will include dinner at The Green Lion Cafe. To register go to www.palmcoasthistory.org.
Although the beloved course challenges the skill of any golfer, this event will use a scramble format to ensure fun for all players. Proceeds from raffles, silent auction items, and other sponsors will benefit the Palm Coast Historical Society, established in 2000.
Historical exhibits of renowned players, past tournaments, and other memorabilia will be on display at the event and at the Palm Coast Historical Society Museum in Holland Park, open Wednesday and Saturday from 1 – 3 pm or upon request.
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