Each year, this annual event has been a huge success, and this year, Habitat is taking it to the next level with live entertainment, and live and silent auctions.
Proceeds will help eliminate substandard housing and homelessness on Maui. All monies collected by Habitat for Humanity Maui stay on Maui.
The tournament will include lunch on the course by Tommy Bahama Restaurant and an after-party at Mulligan’s On The Blue. The first ten teams to sign up will be invited to a complimentary, exclusive, VIP Pre-tournament Pūpū Party at Tommy Bahamas.
One of last year’s teams included (left to right) Darryl Banks, Dean Duque, Kawehi Loque and Chris Kinzle. Banks won the longest drive award.
Individual tournament entry is $175; a team of four is $700. Registration forms are available at www.habitat-maui.org/events.shtml.
Habitat has been a major force in the Maui community by providing home pride and ownership to more than 73 families over the last 10 years. Habitat is embarking on some amazing projects to provide additional housing to as many families as it can over the next twelve months.