Hey, do you hear that sound, it's your golf clubs screaming your name from out in the garage.

With temps approaching the 80-degree mark by this weekend, you can bet the golf courses throughout the Sioux Empire will be hoppin'.

Now that golf season is upon us again, it's almost time to tee up one of the first big golf events of the season, the "Swing Fore Students" 2-person best ball tournament on Saturday, April 20th at Prairie Green Golf Course in Sioux Falls.

The Sioux Falls Golf Tour, together with Fernson Brewing Company will be presenting the event that day.

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All players must have an active Golf Handicap Information Network. If you don't have a handicap, be sure to get your 2024 SP Club Card to activate your GHIN.

A portion of each player's registration will go towards the annual Bryce Rockafellow Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Tee times start at 9:00 AM that morning, with a $30.00 green fee.

There will be a $3,500 prize purse awarded, based on a full field of players. The prize will be paid in shop credit.

The registration deadline for the Swing Fore Students golf event is Thursday, April 18th. Those interested in playing can register via the Player's Portal.

Also, you should know that the 2024 Sioux Falls Tournament Schedule is out and filled full of a variety of 4-person scrambles, single-stroke play, and 2-person events, along with adult/junior, couples, and unique events like "The Fast 5 Under the Lights" and "Night on the East Nine" events.

You can take a look at the complete schedule of events and get registration information here.

Source: Sioux Falls Golf

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