The John Cahill Memorial Tournament, which has been going on for more than 15 years, will be March 30 at Prairie Trace Golf Course at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. The Masters Pick Your Partner will kick off April 13 for its second year. (Metro News Service photo)

Upcoming tournaments planned at Wright-Patt golf courses

March and April are going to be exciting months for Prairie Trace and Twin Base golf courses at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base as they kick off the season with their annual golf tournaments.

The John Cahill Memorial Tournament, which has been going on for more than 15 years, will be March 30 at Prairie Trace. It will begin with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. The cost of this tournament is $35 per person plus green fees as applicable (members do not pay a green fee.) A valid handicap is required for this tournament. Food will be provided by the grill staff as well. Reservations start March 1.

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The Masters Pick Your Partner will kick off April 13 for its second year. On the weekend of the Masters, play a round of golf and draw a professional player’s name from the Masters Tournament. Prairie Trace will then total your score with that player to declare winners. Reservations begin March 15. There is a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Food will be provided by the grill staff.

Twin Base Golf Course will be hosting its 3 Club Challenge April 20. There will be 18 holes of competition golf using only the three clubs that you choose. The winners will be determined based on low gross and net scores, and there will be prizes for top finishers. You can begin registering for the tournament April 1.

For more information about tee times, tournaments or any of the programs offered, contact the staff at Prairie Trace at 257-7961 or Twin Base at 257-1430. You can also follow and like them on Facebook to stay up to date on events and promotions.

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