• August 3, 2021
 Registration open for 2019 Sun Bowl Fan Golf Challenge at Butterfield Trail Golf Course

Registration open for 2019 Sun Bowl Fan Golf Challenge at Butterfield Trail Golf Course

For those fans looking for more fun while visiting El Paso for the 86th Annual Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl, officials Wednesday extended the invitation to play with other college football fans and El Paso natives in the 2019 Sun Bowl Fan Golf Challenge.

This year’s challenge is scheduled for Monday, December 30 at Butterfield Trail Golf Course with a shotgun start at 10 a.m. (MT).

Butterfield Golf Course has been chosen to host the Sun Bowl Fan Golf Challenge, for the first time.  Representatives (fans) from the ACC and the Pac-12 will be pitted against each other in an 18 Hole Four-Person-Scramble.

“It’s always great to see the fans and the locals having a great time out on the course,” said Executive Director of the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl Bernie Olivas.  “The volunteers and organizers at Butterfield Trail are excited to host this fun event.”

The event will begin with a shotgun start at 10 a.m. (MT).  Butterfield Trail is a Tom Fazio designed course and was rated the No. 4 best course you can play in the state of Texas by Golfweek Magazine.  It was also ranked the No. 3 best municipal course in America by Golfweek, while Golf Advisor ranked it as the No. 3 course in Texas.

Fans can sign-up for the four-person scramble by calling 915-772-1038 or by going online. The cost of the event is $95 per player or $380 per team.

The cost includes a golf cart, range access, meals before and after the event and two drink tickets.  Also included with this fee is a commemorative Titleist hat, sleeve of Titleist golf balls and a Butterfield Trail Golf Club bag tag.

This event is open to all fans. Teams must be entered and paid in full no later than Sunday, Dec. 29, 2019.

For any questions,contact Tim Krebs at 915-772-1038. For course Information, visit the Butterfield Trail website.

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