SOUTH FORK — On Sunday, July 24, at the Rio Grande Club and Resort in South Fork, Friends of Mineral County Emergency Services (FOMCES) will be holding its fourth annual golf tournament benefitting Mineral County’s Search and Rescue (SAR), Fire Department (FD) and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) organizations.
The tournament is a scramble format with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. Check-in starts at 8 a.m.
$125 per player, four-player teams, and single players welcome as well. Carts and range balls are included as are “goodie bags.”
Hole-in-one prizes are also included, and there will be prizes for closest to the pin, longest drive for men and women, longest putt, and top team scores for first and second places, along with some extra drawings for additional prizes.
FOMCES is a non-profit organization. Money raised is used to buy specialized equipment and training for each organization.