In the game of golf, a “gimme” is a shot that the other players agree can automatically count without being played, such as when a player has only a very short putt left to play. During the Westfield-Mayville Rotary Club’s “Chips, Putts, and Pints” fun golf contest for adults today from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Pinehurst Golf Club in Westfield, there likely will be no gimmes as the competition heats up during the chipping and putting contests for cash prizes. Plus, there will be a barbecue buffet and craft beer.

Proceeds from this event will support the Westfield-Mayville Rotary Club’s service projects. 

Registration is limited to 80 adult entrants. There will be men’s and women’s divisions, and cash prizes of $100, $75 and $50 will be awarded to the first, second and third top scorers, respectively. 

Adult participants of all skill levels are invited to vie for cash prizes and bragging rights, while supporting a good cause. Folks may bring their own clubs, or borrow some from the generous folks at Pinehurst Golf Club, a platinum event sponsor. 

Tickets are $35 per single or $60 per couple, and a “couple” means any two adults. Invite your neighbors, relatives, co-workers, friends and others to this charity evening of “skillhilarity.” 

Admission includes the contest entry, a barbecue buffet, a craft beer and lots of laughs. A cash bar will be available. 

Tickets are available at Pinehurst Golf Club, or they may be obtained by contacting Mary Swanson, event chair, at 716-969-0143 or nopalery75@gmail.com. 

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