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Allmand Back Nine Night-Lite Golf Tournament

Golfers are aided by Allmand's light towers for a little Night Golfing.

Fri December 06, 2013 - Midwest Edition
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Allmand Brothers recently brought more than 61 Night-Light Pro IIs to the Holdrege Country Club in order to light up the back nine holes for its “Night-Lite Golf Tournaments.”
Allmand Brothers recently brought more than 61 Night-Light Pro IIs to the Holdrege Country Club in order to light up the back nine holes for its “Night-Lite Golf Tournaments.”
Allmand Brothers recently brought more than 61 Night-Light Pro IIs to the Holdrege Country Club in order to light up the back nine holes for its “Night-Lite Golf Tournaments.” All of the proceeds of the public tournament went to the Phelps County Community Foundation and Give2Grow, which donates money to local non-profit organizations.

Allmand Brothers recently brought more than 61 Night-Light Pro IIs to the Holdrege Country Club, Holdrege, Neb., in order to light up the back nine holes for its “Night-Lite Golf Tournaments.”

Vendors, customers, and employees enjoyed a day of golfing the front nine holes and once the sun went down, they golfed the back nine holes with the aid of the light towers lighting the fairways.

The next day, 18 teams golfed the back nine. The range was also set up with old light towers and players were given prizes for hitting them. All of the proceeds of the public tournament went to the Phelps County Community Foundation and Give2Grow, which donates money to local non-profit organizations.




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