Wine Cup® Golf Tournament

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Monday, July 16, 2018
Suncadia Resort in Cle Elum

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On Monday, July 16, 2018, a great industry tradition will take place at a great new location: The 2018 Wine Cup® Tournament is moving to stunning Suncadia Resort in Cle Elum. Golfers and non-golfers alike will love this opportunity to mix and mingle with the industry’s finest, enjoy Suncadia for the day, or make a night of it.

 

Golfers will enjoy continental breakfast, a round on the beautiful Prospector Course, games, prizes, dinner, awards, and mingling with the industry’s finest. Non-golfers can sip Swiftwater Cellars wines, enjoy the Glad Spring Spa full service warm pools at a special rate, join in the fun at the awards dinner, and enjoy a special rate for overnight accommodations as well.

 

Details to come. Contact ktaylor@washingtonwinefoundation.org for more information.

 

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Contact lacey@washingtonwinefoundation.org for sponsorship opportunities.


On June 19th, over 100 wine industry leaders gathered to support the growth and vitality of Washington’s wine industry while mingling with their peers over golf, games, and an awards lunch at one of eastern Washington’s finest private golf and country clubs – Meadow Springs Golf & Country Club.

 

The players participated in contests and competitions with awards that included stay and play packages at Suncadia Resort, Semiahmoo Resort, and Skamania Lodge; Yeti coolers and gear; and other golf and wine prizes.

 

The Rhone Cowboys team from Mercer Canyons took home the coveted Wine Cup®. Allan Bros Fruit came in second place, followed by team Washington Trust Bank.

 

Contest winners were: Mandy Galbreath (Women’s Longest Drive), Mike Mclaren (Men’s Longest Drive), Natasha Mendonca Jungers (Women’s Closest to the Pin – 21’7”), Bill Meyer (Men’s Closest to the Pin – 20’7”), Trudi Kochendorfer (Women’s Longest Putt – 12’1”), Bryan Riel (Men’s Longest Putt – 34’1”).

 

Direct questions to Lacey Price: lacey@washingtonwinefoundation.org, (509) 782-1108