Golf Tournament:
Texas Husky Rescue 7th Annual Golf Tournament

Texas Husky Rescue 7th Annual Golf Tournament
September 15, 2017
September 15, 2017
09/14/2017
No restrictions
Shotgun start tournament
$125 per player
Yes
Red Velvet Inn
Texas Husky Rescue
Coyote Ridge Golf Club
Carrollton, Texas
Leslie Adcock
877-894-8759
golf@texashuskyrescue.org
Join us for a fun day on the course at beautiful Coyote Ridge Golf Club to help support Texas Husky Rescue! Golf, beer, course contests, buffet dinner, silent auction and raffle! We guarantee you’ll have a great time all while making a direct impact on the lives of huskies that desperately need it. Support us by playing, donating or sponsoring!
You can also meet some beautiful adoptable and alumni huskies!

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