2016 Frisco Mayor’s Cup scramble returns to Copper Creek | SummitDaily.com

2016 Frisco Mayor’s Cup scramble returns to Copper Creek

Charlie Levin lines up his putt on the Hole 1 green at Copper Mountain, with views of the SKY Chutes on the Tenmile Range in the background. Fitness experts suggest preparing for golf season by working out your core and arms.
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When high season ends the locals come out to play — and play for winter-long bragging rights.

The annual Frisco Mayor’s Cup returns to Copper Creek Golf Course on Sept. 7 for a day of early autumn golf to benefit town programs. Cost for the four-person scramble tourney is $70 per person or $280 per foursome and limited to 21 teams. Entry fee includes the usual — 18 holes on the Copper Creek course, a golf cart and barbecue lunch — plus prizes for winning teams. This is a coed tourney for adults only, so feel free to build a dream team with all your buddies, guys and gals, who know the course like the back of their hand.

To register, call the course at (970) 968-3333 or email coppercre@coppercolorado.com.

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