Did Someone Say Free Golf?
Posted: 3/29/2017 by Sal LaFata

If you’re like me, the only thing better than golfing with your friends, is golfing with your friends for free. Well, thanks to the GAM and some of our participating clubs across the state of Michigan, you and three of your friends will have that opportunity this season.

Throughout the entire 2017 golf season, the GAM will be hosting a “Course of the Week” contest with the winner each week winning a free round of golf with carts for 4 people.

How do I participate: All you need to do is visit gam.org and login with your username and password. Make sure you submit your best guess as you only get one guess per week.

How do I win: Each week one photo from the selected course will be featured and all you need to do is correctly identify the course. If you succeed, your name will be instantly added to a drawing at the end of the week for the free round.

What do I win: If you correctly identify the featured course, and your name is subsequently selected in the drawing, you win a free round for four people with carts at the featured course. A certificate will then be sent to the winner the week following the contest.

When does the contest begin: The contest will begin on Monday, April 3rd and each week will run from Monday morning through the following Sunday evening.

Can I enter more than one week: Absolutely! If you think you know the course, you can submit an answer each week of the contest.

How will I know if I won: After the week is over and a winner has been selected, the winner will be notified individually, along with having their name on the GAM website.

It’s not too often you get the chance to play golf for free, so be sure to take advantage of this opportunity each week by visiting gam.org and entering the contest.
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