| March 27, 2021
Is there a better mix than college baseball and golf?
This spring, the California Collegiate League will host golf outings in two different parts of the state. The CCL North Division will play at the picturesque Chardonnay Golf Club in Napa Valley on Sunday, April 25, while the CCL South Division will hit the links on Monday, May 24, at the scenic Moorpark Country Club. Golf Digest has ranked both courses as “Best Places to Play.”
Registration is now open for both events:
Enjoy pre-tournament and on-course contests, as well as a raffle in the North Division and silent and live auctions in the South Division. Food will be provided along with on-course beverages. All participants will receive a CCL Richardson trucker hat and a custom-designed CCL golf towel. Winners of the tournaments and on-course contests will receive specially-designed trophy bats from Trinity Bat Co.
The tournament benefits all ten California Collegiate League teams.
For questions, contact:
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