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Try to Survive Sharks Tooth Sept. 9

Red Hills players are in for a treat as they take on Panama City Beach's Sharks Tooth Golf Club on Sunday, Sept. 9. The course is a beautiful and challenging Greg Nornam design with lush fairways and greens, and some very challenging wetlands and ocean breezes.  Several holes are right on the water so be ready if the wind blows!

Event Fee: $65 for 18-holers, $45 for 9 holers. Click here to register now!

Tee times: Sunday, Sept. 9. Tee times start at 8:30am CST (Panama City time)

Signup deadline:  Midnight, Wed. Sept 5

IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING PRACTICE ROUNDS: Because of the exclusive nature of Sharks Tooth, practice rounds are not available at the course itself.  Practice rounds are available at its sister course (Camp Creek) on the Thursday, Friday and Saturday prior to the Sept. 9 event.   Practice round fees: $50 for 9-holers, $75 for 18-holers (cart fees are $15/$25).

YARDAGE GUIDE  Click here to downdload Yardage Guide.

Host Hotel: La Quinta Pier Park is the host hotel for the Sharks Tooth event. They are offering us an $84 rate per night (regularly $119). Phone them direct for reservations for Friday and/or Saturday night at 850-249-1112. You must tell them you are with RED HILLS to get the rate. 

Alternate Hotel: Hampton Inn Pier Park has also offered a special rate of $89. Call them at 850-230-9080 and be sure to tell them you are with RED HILLS to get the rate.

Food Availability: there will be food available for players and spectators but please note Shark’s Tooth is a cashless facility and ONLY accepts credit cards.  Players will be provided vouchers as we normally do, and bottled water and snacks will be available. If you want to bring extra food and snacks please feel free to do so.

We are trying to work out a post-event burger cookout and will post details once they are available.

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