CAMDEN — The 50th Anniversary of the annual Camden Day Golf Outing will be held Thursday, July 20, at the Liberty Country Club in Liberty, Indiana.
Final entry date is July 13.
The tournament was first held on July 20, 1967, and has grown over the years and has been supported by many businesses in the local area, according to tournament organizers.
This is a golf scramble with team drawings from individual registrants. Participants must be at least 18 years of age at sign-up and have submitted proper entry form with fees prior to the tournament.
Beginning this week, registration forms can be picked up and returned with payment, in Camden, at the Style Station Beauty & Tanning Salon, the Camden IGA, or the American Legion. The entry form may also be picked up and dropped off at the Gratis Eagles or Liberty Country Club.
Commemorative golf shirts with the 50th anniversary logo embroidered on them will be available for order for $25. To have shirts in time for the event entry forms must be submitted by July 3. Order forms can be found on the back of the entry form.
To be eligible, a participant must satisfy one of the following criteria: presently reside in the Preble Shawnee Local School District; have previously lived in, or worked in Camden; have played in Camden Day Tournament previously during the past five years; have a current Camden mailing address or Camden Post Office box; be a spouse or an adult child of someone who has been eligible to play.