Chamber golf tees up fun and funds

Members of Langley’s business community took a break from their work week to swing clubs and run shoulders during the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce’s annual networking golf tournament late last week.

The tournament was held Thursday, June 12, at Pagoda Ridge Golf Course in Aldergrove.

The par 72, 165-acre course is Langley’s newest golf course, opening on Aug. 1, 2012.

Funds raised helps the Chamber keep membership costs affordable for all businesses, said Chamber president Kristine Simpson.

“The tournament wouldn’t have been the success it was without the generous support of our sponsors – thank you for continuing support to your community,” Simpson added.

 The event was a four-player Texas Scramble format.

Some of the prizes awarded included: men’s and ladies longest drive and closest to the pin, most honest golfer, and to the first, ninth, 18th, and 27th place teams.

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