6 Golf Tournaments to Play in Owatonna this Summer
Whether it's to raise money for a local sports team or for county-wide bragging rights, a number of great golf tournaments are on the summer calendar in Owatonna. So break out your clubs and keep your eyes peeled for gophers.
The annual Owatonna Young Life golf tournament is June 18 at Brooktree Golf Course. It is a four-person scramble. The cost is $125 for adults and $75 for students. It's BYOC (bring your own cake).
The two-day Joseph R. Shea Invitational July 7-9 is a "can't miss" event, according to the Owatonna Country Club website.
The 15th Ken Bey Football Classic is open to Owatonna football friends and alumni. It is named after longtime assistant coach Ken Bey and proceeds benefit OHS football. The tournament is July 9 at Brooktree with an 11AM shotgun start. You are encouraged to get your registration in by June 1 as the tournament usually fills up. The entry fee is $85. Contact email@example.com with questions.
This four-person scramble is a fun event and you might even see me. I'll be the one looking in the trees for a ball. The event supports Huskies girls basketball. It will be Saturday, July 30, at Brooktree with 9AM registration and 10AM shotgun start. The $65 entry fee includes golf, food, prizes and fun. There is also a silent auction. Contact coach Tricia Hoffman with questions at (507) 456-4869 or go to www.owatonnagirlsbasketball.com.
The Owatonna Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism invites people to their annual event at Owatonna Country Club on Thursday, August 4. Activities run from 10AM to 7PM. Click here to start your registration.
The long-running Owatonna City Open allows golfers to test their skill on both the Owatonna Country Club course and Brooktree Golf Course. It is open to anyone who lives or works in Steele County and is 18 or older. The two-day, two-round event is August 6 and 7. The Jim Birdsall Junior Open is August 4 and 5.