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Several Slots Available For ISU Boise Golf Tourney May 17

April, 16, 2003

Boise - Idaho State University's annual Boise Bengal Foundation Golf Scramble will be Saturday, May 17, at the Quail Hollow Golf Club. "There are still a few slots available for players," said Donna Hays, tournament director. "But hurry - we're filling up fast."

The scramble will have six-person teams playing in two flights. The entry fee will cover greens fees, golf cart, golf shirt, tee package, range practice, beverages, and lunch. This year's guest will be Arizona State University head football coach Dirk Koetter. Koetter graduated from ISU in 1981 after a football career that included playing on the 1981 National Championship team. He was the head football coach at Boise State University from 1998 to 2000.

Also attending will be Larry Lewis, ISU head football coach who led the Bengals to the 2002 Big Sky Championship. Gordon Henderson, ISU women's soccer coach, and Jon Newlee, ISU women's basketball coach will also attend.

"The prizes this year are the best we've ever had," said Hays. "Thanks to the hard work of our committee, the generosity of businesses and the coaches." Prizes include:

  • ASU football package donated by Dirk and Kim Koetter includes airfare for two, tickets to the ASU vs. Utah State game, sideline passes and lodging.
  • McCall golf weekend includes a round of golf, cart and weekend lodging at Hobbit Haven for four.
  • ISU Homecoming package for two includes sidelines passes, one night's lodging, and dinner at Buddy's, donated by Larry Lewis and the Bengal Foundation.

Other prizes include a weekend in Sun Valley, a membership to Terrace Lakes Golf Club, and Seattle Mariners tickets. Tournament proceeds help fund ISU student-athlete scholarships. Since the tournament began in 1992, it has raised more than $67,000 for scholarships. To sign up or for more information, contact Donna Hays, (208) 282-5773 in Pocatello.

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