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Harlingen Medical Center Hosts 6th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

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HARLINGEN – Harlingen Medical Center is set to host one of the most exciting charity events of the year, The Harlingen Medical Center 6th Annual Charity Golf Tournament!  The philanthropy-centered outing will take place on Saturday, November 12, 2016, at the luxurious Rancho Viejo Resort and Country Club!  Check-in is set to begin at 7:00 a.m., at the country club’s Registration Hall (located at the resorts main entrance off of Highway 77), followed by Tee Off at 8:00 a.m.

The Harlingen Medical Center 6th Annual Charity Golf Tournament will raise funds to benefit a local charitable organization in South Texas – while giving participants an opportunity to enjoy 18-holes of golf on the beautiful greens at Rancho Viejo.  The golf course features natural terrain, barrancas, resacas, and narrow fairways with strategically designed landing areas that will be pleasing to all who play.

The charity event will also feature a hole in one GRAND PRIZE, and, a closest to the hole prize winner!  There will be plenty of raffle gift items and door prizes!  The top-three performing teams will also receive trophies and cash prizes! 

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All Team Registrants will enjoy complimentary breakfast, lunch, and ice cold beverages! 

For more information regarding the charity event, team registration, and corporate sponsorships, please review the attached material.  You may also contact Manny Chacon, Business Development at Harlingen Medical Center, at Mchacon@PrimeHealthCare.com.

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