HAUNTED LAKES CASH SURVIVOR 2023
NO GOLFING IS INVOLVED
Each team will consist of 4 people. Please have one captain with their info for winnings. And a Team Name.
Must be 18 years of age to participate, must be in the province of Alberta to purchase. All members, guest of the course and staff can be on a team for a chance to win. (Participants can be on more than one team)
Each team will need to register & pay cash with Jill and Lana at the clubhouse.
Tickets will be in form of number on the board and will be $25.00 each YOU MUST HAVE A TEAM OF 4 TO ENTER
(Or talk to Jill or Lana on available teams that need a partner)
Team 1 SANDBAGGERS Team 2 PAR THE COURSE
1. Chip Smith 5. Bogey Wilson
2.Sally Par 6. Fran Fairway
3. Bart Green 7.Arnie Titleist
4.Sandy Snow 8. Kallie Callaway
....and so on till we either have 80 teams or have reached our date deadline of SUNDAY JULY 31, 2023
Names are entered into the draw as an individual, and as long as one member of your team remains on the board, your team is safe from elimination.
The winning prize (MONEY) will be given to the Team Captain, and it will be their responsibility to disburse amongst their team.
Payout will be as follows
3rd place - 10% 2nd place -15% 1st place - 25%
Potential $800 $200 each Potential $1200 $300 each Potential $2000 $500 each
With remaining 50% going to Haunted Lakes Golf Course
Eliminations will begin on Tuesday August 1, Wednesday August 2, 2023 with 21 names being eliminated each night. And will continue on Tuesday and Wednesdays until Wednesday Sept 13 with the final draw to determine the last 3 remaining players on SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2023 CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP & INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT
Complete list of Elimination dates
Tuesdays August 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Sept 5, 12
Wednesdays August 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Sept 6, 13 Sept 16 Final Draw of 26 players
7 Tuesdays 7 Wednesday 21/day equals 294 eliminations with remaining 26 people on final day of Sept 16/23
RAFFLE LICENSE # 640068
The Legend of the Haunted Lake.
At one time, the Natives had been in the habit of pitching their tee-pees on the eastern shores of the lake.
Once, the in winter, seven braves camped there for the night.
In the morning they saw the magnificent head and antlers of a Stag caught in the ice.
Quickly the braves started across the ice-covered lake to secure the prize.
Just as they commenced to chop the ice around the antlers, the mighty beast, still very much alive, broke free and smashing a passage before him, swam straight to shore and disappeared into the woods.
All seven braves were drowned and the Natives believed that their spirits still haunt the lake.
It is claimed that each winter when the lake is frozen over, a huge fissure always appears along the exact path, where the Stag had travelled to shore.