This one looks like a lot of fun.  Friday, August 25 is the 15th Chamber/Digger Classic at Butte's Highland View Golf Course but if you want in on the fun, time is running out.

Golf player teeing off
Photo: Townsquare Labs/Otmar Winterleitner

The Chamber/Digger Classic is a golf tournament put on by the Butte Chamber of Commerce and Montana Tech.  Again this year the tournament will follow a "scramble" format with a 9am shotgun start, and prizes will be awarded to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place teams.  Teams are limited to 4 players per team.  The entry fee is $100 per golfer or $80 if you provide your own golf cart and will include 18 holes of scramble golf, a BBQ lunch plus games and the chance to win great prizes.  The registration deadline is Wednesday, August 9 and golfers will be accepted on a first paid and received basis. Entry fees are required at the time of registration and no late entries will be accepted.

There are several very worthy sponsorships available again this year.  There is the "Golden Tee" sponsorship package which includes entry for a team of 4 plus your corporate logo on signage on every hole.  For $540 it comes with the use of 2 carts, $520 for one cart and $500 if you bring your own carts.  The "On the Ball" package for $350 will put your corporate logo on signage at every hole and the "Hole Sponsor" for $125 will put your logo on signage at one hole.

For further details, please contact Stephanie Sorini at the Butte Chamber of Commerce, 1000 George Street.  Call (406)723-3177 or email

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