‘Golf Girl’ Sought to Reign Over Unique Golf Tournament

PIONEERTOWN – Every community and city in Desertland California is invited to take part in the Pioneer Pass Golf Challenge that introduces the 19th hole–35 Miles of rugged desert mesa and mountain obstacles.

This unique 37 – hole golfing tournament, open to all comers, Will take place Oct. 2, 3 and 4 in the Hi-desert and mountainous areas of Yucca Valley and big Bear Lake.

All Chambers of Commerce are being invited to enter one or more contestant in this match offering prizes ranging from cash to participating communities finest products of vacation lures.

A search is being conducted for a “Golf Girl” to rain over the three-day Challenge, a part of the California State Chamber of Commerce Desertland Month activities.

The winner will also reign over the $20,000 third annual Hysperia Open Tournament. Communities desiring to enter one or more candidates are asked to send a snapshot of candidates, married or single with no age limit, to Pioneer Past Golf Challenge Pioneertown, by Sept. 1.

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PIONEER PASS GOLF CHALLENGE – Search is under way for Golf Girl to rule Desertland. Month’s “Golf Week,” beginning with Pioneer Pass Golf Challenge, Oct. 2, 3, 4 featuring 35-mile 19th Hole, extending from Yucca Valley to Big Bear Lake. Ending with $20,000 Hesperia Open Oct. 7-11. Candidates for Golf Girl may be married or single. No age limit. To qualify send a snapshot by Sept. 1 to: Pioneer Pass Golf Challenge, Pioneertown, California.
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