Your prowess on the par 3s at the Reidy Creek executive course in Escondido could pay off in a big way In April.
At 10 a.m. on Masters Saturday, April 11th, a group of lucky golfers will tee it up on the par 3 18th at Reidy Creek for a chance to win up to three years of free golf.
A hole-in-one in the finals of the Reidy Creek Par 3 Challenge will win three years of free golf at Reidy Creek from JC Golf. A closest to the pin that doesn’t hole out will still be awarded one year of free golf.
Spots in the finals are earned through three qualifiers that are taking place in March. The next one is Friday, March 20, at 3 p.m. The final opportunity is Sunday, March 29, at 9 a.m. Admission to each qualifier is $35.
In the qualifiers, players play their normal 18-hole round and simply mark their tee shots as they would in a closest to the pin at a charity event. Each closest to the pin flag won earns one shot at No. 18 in the finale.
On the day off the finale, each winner will take their earned chances at No. 18 for a shot at the big prize. That hole will be a fitting place to spend Saturday during the Masters. The hole has a feel of Amen Corner, with a green sounded by water and accessed via a stone bridge.
Also on the day of the finals, bbq will served and a beer tasting will take place for participants, who are invited to stay and watch The Masters.
For information about the event, call 760.740.2450.
For more information about the course, see my overview of the Reidy Creek playing experience: http://socalgolfblog.com/2014/05/04/jc-golf-five-reasons-to-play-reidy-creek/