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CH Pro-Am Announces Program Revisions

The organizing committee of the Community Hospital Pro-Am at Heritage Hills is unveiling significant revisions to the program for its much anticipated 35th annual event. In a strategic move, the event, traditionally spanning 2 1/2 days, will now be condensed into a single, action-packed day on Friday, June 7. This streamlined approach not only ensures a more concentrated and dynamic event but also aligns with our commitment to charitable fiscal responsibility. With a focus on enhancing community participation and optimizing resources, these changes have the potential to engage more community golfing enthusiasts.

One of the key highlights of the revised program is the transformation of the Pro-Am tournament into a Shamble format. This modification aims to inject new energy into the competition, providing participants with a fresh experience. Following the Pro-Am, attendees can look forward to the Ron Coleman Memorial HorseRace later in the afternoon, adding an extra layer of excitement to the day's festivities.

These revisions underscore our dedication to fostering community engagement while ensuring the sustainability and efficiency of the event. By reimagining the program, we aim to attract a broader audience and further support the legacy of the Pro-Am, the beauty and challenge of Heritage Hills, and the charitable healthcare endeavors of the Health Foundation.

We invite everyone to mark their calendars and join us for an unforgettable day of golf, camaraderie, and charitable giving. For further details and updates, please visit the Health Foundation's website or contact the Health Foundation directly at 308.344.7222.

Professional golfer Shane Zywiec and others are gearing up for the 35th Annual Community Hospital Pro-Am, set to be held at Heritage Hills Golf Course. The event has been streamlined to a single day of exciting golf on June 7 with the focus being to enhance community involvement and the Health Foundation's commitment to charitable fiscal responsibility.