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The First Tee of Greater Des Moines’ Skywalk Golf Classic
The First Tee of Greater Des Moines’ Skywalk Golf Classic
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Date/Time
Date(s) - 02/15/2014
9:00 am - 3:30 pm

Location
Downtown Des Moines Skywalks, Des Moines, IA

Join us for the 29th annual Skywalk Golf Classic benefiting the youth development programs of The First Tee of Greater Des Moines. This family-friendly event features mini-golf holes designed and built by our Tee Sponsors.

Player registration is now open. Early-bird pricing is $25 per player for 18 holes of mini-golf, a 2014 Skywalk Golf Classic t-shirt, and a commemorative golf ball used for play. With any adult registration, one child (12 and under) may golf for free. Click here to register.

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