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Valley View Golf Club Presents

SUNDAY JUNE 17th, 2018

Make your own tee time must tee off before 2pm

FORMAT: 2-PERSON SCRAMBLE
ENTRY FEE: $20.00 PER TEAM
(GUEST AND CART FEES NOT INCLUDED)


SPECIAL GUEST FEE OF $35.00 INCLUDES CART FOR THIS EVENT!

Senior member green fee will be waived for this event
50 % of combined handicap deducted off total
Max handicap men 18 Max handicap women 25


TEES: MEN / WHITE— MEN OVER 70 ·  YELLOW TEES— WOMEN / RED · SENIORS (OVER 70) YELLOW

Entry Deadline: Thursday, June 14th, 2018 at 5pm
Format: Two Person Scramble with 50% of combined handicap deducted from total score.
Eligibility: Parent, Grandparent, Stepfather, Stepmother
And child with one member of the team being a Valley View member.

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Tiger Woods led a group of five golfers included among Forbes Magazine’s annual list of the top 100 highest-paid athletes in the world.

The ranking combines both “salary/winnings” and endorsement money, with boxer Floyd Mayweather taking the top spot with a combined $285 million. Woods came in at No. 16, sandwiched between boxer Canelo Alvarez and NFL quarterback Drew Brees, with $43.3 million, of which $42 million came from endorsements.

Three other golfers landed in the mid-20s, with Phil Mickelson ($41.3 million) listed at No. 22, Jordan Spieth right behind him at No. 23 ($41.2 million), and Rory McIlroy at No. 27 ($37.7 million). Spieth had the most on-course earnings of the trio with $11.2 million, but his $30 million in endorsements trailed both Mickelson ($37 million) and McIlroy ($34 million)

Justin Thomas was the only other golfer to crack the top 100, listed at No. 66 with a haul of $26 million.

At age 47, Mickelson was the oldest athlete to make the list, followed by 42-year-old Woods and 41-year-old Mayweather.

Outside of Mayweather, the top American-based athlete to make the list was LeBron James at No. 6 with $85.5 million. Stephen Curry ($76.9 million) and quarterbacks Matt Ryan ($67.3 million) and Matthew Stafford ($59.5 million) occupied the final three spots in the top 10.

 

Source: golfchannel.com

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