Whitney High School Golf Scramble6/6/2014
4th Annual 'Cats Scramble
Proceeds from this event will go to support the athletic teams at Whitney High School in their quest to become a dynamic athletic program.
Funds raised will help purchase uniforms and equipment.
Tournament registration will begin at 7:00 am and have a shot-gun start time of 8:00 am
Sunset Whitney Golf Club
For more details and registration visit
(Click on Golf Tourney Link at the top of the page)
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