Registration Info & Pricing

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All playing spots include:

  • Coffee, juice, and pastries
  • 18-hole green fees and golf cart
  • Driving range balls; use of practice putting/chipping green
  • Chance of winning prizes of tee-prizes/give-a-ways
  • Award luncheon following golf
  • Prizes for team, individual, and contest winners
  • Opportunity to participate in the silent auction/ raffle reception before awards ceremony
  • Mulligan
  • Swag bag
  • 1 drink cart ticket
  • Commemorative bottle of wine

Additional Items:

  1. Mulligans are available. Now we know most of you don’t need to use Mulligans, however, some of you may be having an off day and a mulligan or eight would really help your game.
  2. Awards luncheon tickets for non-golfers can also be purchased.  There you can visit with friends, participate in the silent auction, enter the raffle, and support the year’s benefitting charity.
  3. Raffle tickets are also available for a chance to win, spa packages, restaurant gift cards and more!



Awards Luncheon

Individual Player Registration
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  Awards Luncheon

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Individual Player with 2 Raffle Tickets & 2 Mulligans
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with 3 Raffle Tickets

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Team Scramble Registration
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Team Scramble with 4 Raffle Tickets & 4 Mulligans

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Donation Amount for You

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Team Scramble with 8 Raffle Tickets & 8 Mulligans

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About Jim Neill
In 2011, The Jim Neill Memorial Foundation was formed with the goal of hosting an annual golf tournament with proceeds benefitting a selected 501C3 charity.

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About the Tournament
The 8th Annual Jim Neill Memorial Golf Tournament will be hosted on Friday, August 10th at Eastmoreland Golf Course in Portland, Oregon.

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About the Course
In 1917, the Eastmoreland Golf Course was laid out by National Amateur Champion, H. Chandlar Egan. Today, Eastmoreland is ranked by Golf Digest among the top public courses in the country to play.

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