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The Kiwanis Club of Delray will have the 39th annual Kiwanis “Swing for the Kids” Charity Golf Classic to benefit Achievement Centers for Children & Families on Oct. 30.
The tournament, which is from 8 to 11 a.m. at the Karl Litten-designed Westchester Golf & Country Club in Boynton Beach, will feature a $50,000 shootout between four players, an 18-hole best ball scramble, a $10,000 hole in one cash prize, and three additional hole-in-one cash prizes.
The putting contest winner will receive a VIP ticket to a sports event. The closest-to-the-pin winner will receive a resort getaway for two. The event will also include other contests, raffle prizes and a barbecue lunch buffet.
The event is a four-person “Guaranteed Par” Best Ball start at $100 per golfer, which also includes a goody bag and a reception after the tournament.
As the beneficiary of Kiwanis of Delray’s “Swing for the Kids” Charity Golf Classic, ACCF has been chosen for the fourth year in a row because of its 52-year history of serving Delray Beach and its ability to pivot its services during the COVID-19 pandemic to provide critical educational, health, financial and food services to children and their families.