Crawdaddy Open Golf Tournament Is Almost Here!

Who Can Play?
The Tualatin Chamber’s Crawdaddy Open Golf Tournament is once again partnering with the Swing for the Wolves Golf Classic to bring a whole new level of fun to our members, employees, business associates, spouses and community friends.  This event is a fundraiser for Tualatin High School Sanctioned Sports and the Tualatin Chamber of Commerce.  You can sign up as a foursome or as an individual. This tournament is limited to 144 players and with the two groups combined is expected to sell out quickly.  So, don’t delay……Register Now!

Entry Fee
This year’s entry fee is $165. Such a deal! Your entry fee includes: golf registration for 18 holes of golf at the beautiful Tualatin Country Club with cart, one-of-a-kind Timberwolf golf-wear, range balls, boxed lunch, special competition prizes and events, post-play awards party and buffet dinner. Field is limited to 144 players.
Need to cancel? No refunds after July 1st unless we replace your team.

Scramble Format with Handicapping
The tournament will be an 18 hole scramble format. Team scores will be handi-capped by the Tualatin Country Club professional staff.

Why Play?
It’s a great opportunity to combine relaxed golf and fun, raise money for good causes while making those all-important business contacts. Added bonus: this event will heighten public awareness and raise money to support Tualatin High School Sanctioned Sports and the Tualatin Chamber of Commerce.  It also offers a premier annual golf experience that is anticipated and enjoyed by all. Your generosity and involvement truly make a difference. Thank you!

Wait till you get a look at our raffle prizes! The committee has been scouring the state for the most exciting raffle prizes they can dream up. Think trips, think golf, think what a deal, tickets are 2 for $5, so buy a bunch!

Tualatin Country Club – 9145 SW Tualatin Road

Monday, July 27, 2015. Check in at 10 am

Fee $165


Schedule of Events
10 am. Registration opens
Putting greens and driving range available
Putting contest begins
11 am. Box lunch available
12 pm. Shotgun start

Awards party and dinner will follow tournament play. Players and tournament volunteers will gather immediately following play for a dinner buffet, no-host bar, awards and raffle.

Call the Tualatin Chamber of Commerce at 503-692-0780.

Title Sponsor

Swing for the Wolves-Crawdaddy 2 Logo

Silver Sponsors
Nortek Air Solutions

Bronze Sponsors
Pacific Natural Foods
Buffalo Wild Wings
Pacific Office Automation
DPI Specialty Foods

Dinner/Lunch Sponsor
Industrial Finishes

Hole In One Sponsors
Landmark Ford
Time to Travel Tours

Putting Contest Sponsors
Pacific West Roofing
State Farm Insurance – Paul Barton

Hole Sponsors
Tualatin Autobody
Pacific Capital Resource Group
US Bank
First Citizens Bank
MARCO Ideas Unlimited
The Grand Hotel at Bridgeport
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries
Max Muscle Sports Nutrition
Shala Shearer – American Family Insurance
Alpine Mortgage
Sherwin Williams (Automotive Finishes)
Guild Mortgage
LKQ Foster Auto Parts, Inc
Holiday Inn Portland South
Banner Bank
Great NW Gutters
24 Hour Fitness

Tee Sponsors
Industrial Finishes
Chown Hardware
Pacific Office Automation
PPG Automotive Refinish
Comcast Cable
Thermal Modification Technologies

Pre-play putting Contest Sponsor
State Farm Insurance – Paul Barton

Putting Contest Sponsor
Pacific West Roofing

Driving Range Sponsor
PPG Automotive Refinish

Beverage Cart Sponsor
ClubSport Oregon

Brew Sponsor
Birra Pub

Spirits Sponsor
Indio Spirits

Sign Sponsor

Trophy Sponsor
Portland Badge

Photography Sponsor
Konty Enterprises, Inc.

Supporting Sponsor
Douglas J. Klein, DDS

3 thoughts on “Crawdaddy Open Golf Tournament Is Almost Here!

  1. Charity… Good. However, competition and the possibility of winning is also Good. If this is a ” we don’t care if you cheat or stack your team, we only want your money ” tournament, let me know. Please tell me last year’s winning score and how close 2nd was. A 20 under winner with 2nd place at 8 or 10 means stacked teams and no chance of winning. Bad. Are people tapping in before the rest of the team putts? Is everyone’s drive ” really” being used (2times per 9)or is it whatever? If you choose a ball off the fairway are people dropping balls in the fairway. Oh here’s one, are people buying mulligans???????? You see, I’d rather just send a check for a good cause and and not waste a day. Having a chance to win and a good cause is what it’s about for me. Thanks, Shecky

    • Hello Shecky,

      We don’t have the winning score numbers on hand, but will get them for you. This particular event is much more of a casual friendly tournament, so typically when making teams the personal or professional relationship is more of a consideration than skill level. Also, yes people are buying mulligans. We will have the answers to the rest of your questions shortly. Thank you!

    • Hello, Shecky, my name is Fletcher Johnson, Director of Member Services at the Chamber. In regards to your golf questions, we haven’t had teams run away with big margins of victory in the past. I think you will always have groups that bend the rules a bit and that’s not something we monitor closely because we don’t have the volunteer support to do so. As it is a scramble most are out for a good time and if they win too, great. We do offer 2 mulligans per player for the day, no more than that. We don’t decide the teams, our members put together their own teams so you could see a very strong team, that I can’t predict. If you are interested in joining us, we would love to have you. Thank you for your qyestions and have a great rest of the day!

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