Celebrate St. Paddy’s with golf
FRISCO – Frisco’s Main Street is going green for St. Patrick’s Day – but not in the traditional sense. In this case, green means golf.
The Frisco Chamber of Commerce is hosting its second annual St. Patrick’s Day Open, from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m., Sunday.
Nine Main Street restaurants – Backcountry Brewery, Blue Spruce Inn, Moose Jaw Bar and Grill, Boatyard Pizzeria and Grill, Tuscato Ristorante Italiano, Silverheels At The Ore House, Barkley’s Margaritagrille, Barkley’s West and Frisco’s Bar and Grill – will set up putting greens in their businesses.
Open participants can putt for trophies, gift certificates and great door prizes. The first place winner will receive a trophy and a $100 gift certificate to Tuscato Ristorante Italiano. The second place winner receives a trophy and a $75 gift certificate to the Blue Spruce Inn. The third place winner will take home a trophy and a $50 gift certificate to the Moose Jaw Bar and Grill.
The $15 greens fee entitles players to a golf mug, golf ball, scorecard, and a beer at each bar.
The chamber also will provide jolly green hats and shamrock necklaces to keep participants in the festive spirit.
Registration for the open is from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Old Town Hall, 300 Main St., Frisco (at Main and 3rd Ave). Participants also can pre-register at the Old Town Hall, from 11 a.m to 3 p.m. today and Thursday. Those registering early will receive $3 off the regular greens fee.
KSMT will be on site from 3-5 p.m., and RSN TV will shoot the action throughout the afternoon. Happy hour prices will be available at most of the participating restaurants. At 6:30 p.m., share Irish jokes and toasts at the huge 19th-hole party at Barkley’s West.
Individuals or businesses wishing to sponsor the game will receive their names on shamrocks beside each of the nine holes and can do so for $25 donations to the Frisco Chamber of Commerce.
For more information regarding this event, call the Frisco Chamber of Commerce at (970) 668-5547.
Lu Snyder can be reached at (970) 668-3998, ext. 203, or email@example.com.
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