«

»

“Monday After The Masters” Golf Event & Celebration at South Seas Island Resort

Gulf course at South Seas Island Resort in Captiva.

Gulf course at South Seas Island Resort in Captiva.

One day after The Masters gives out its iconic green jacket, South Seas Island Resort will give out the coveted Captiva Green Jacket during its second annual “Monday After The Masters” Golf Event and Sunset Community Celebration Monday, April 15 at 3 p.m. The resort’s Par 3 golf course is a backdrop for Sanibel and Captiva residents and businesses to celebrate another successful winter season while raising funds for the Captiva Community Panel.

Captiva's Coveted Green Jacket will be

The coveted Captiva Green Jacket will be given out at the “Monday after the Masters” event.

Golfers will have five opportunities to win $10,000 on five different holes with the remaining holes offering hole-in-one prizes and a closest-to-the-pin contest. The closest-to-the-pin winners will then compete in a shoot-out format on the 9th hole.

Money raised will go to fund the Captiva Community Panel’s initiatives, which include reviewing and updating the Captiva Plan portion of the Lee Plan to protect the long-term interests of the island. Even though panel expenses are kept to a minimum and all panel members serve voluntarily, the panel (a tax-exempt nonprofit) relies on private donations to fund its initiatives and help match any funding from public and private grants.

“Since its inception, the panel has secured more than $1 million in grants and funding for the Captiva Drive safety shoulder and to study water quality, strengthen land use and zoning rules and help restore island vegetation after Hurricane Charley,” said panel president Mike Mullins. “We look forward to hosting this memorable event to benefit our beloved Captiva, as well as fostering a strong relationship with Lee County officials on a range of issues affecting the island. ”

2011 Day After the Masters Event at Captiva's South Seas Island Resort.

2011 Day After the Masters Event at Captiva’s South Seas Island Resort.

The tournament includes a cash bar and barbecue in addition to 10’ x 10’ individual hospitality tents surrounding the ninth hole and spectacular vistas of the Gulf of Mexico. The price for a tournament foursome is $600. To sign-up a foursome or to learn about Master, Hospitality and Tee Box sponsorship opportunities, interested players and businesses can call (239) 472-7565, email captivacommunitypanel@gmail.com, or visit http://tinyurl.com/MondayAfterTheMasters.

About South Seas Island Resort

Seemingly set adrift off the Florida Gulf Coast, South Seas Island Resort is an unspoiled haven, encompassing a wildlife preserve and two-and-half miles of shell-strewn beaches, lapped by turquoise tides. Recently recognized by MSNBC as a “Top 10 Best Place in the World to Experience Local Wildlife,” South Seas Island Resort is set on 330 unspoiled acres with a rich variety of wildlife and boundless opportunity for adventure and relaxation. The resort boasts a “Family, Nature, Comfort.” approach to hospitality, which is why generations of families have made the resort village the destination of choice for sharing treasured moments and making lasting memories. The resort offers a variety of accommodations including villas, condominiums, cottages and homes. Guests enjoy world-class shelling along the beach golf on a 9-hole executive course, the H2Whoa! Water Park, an engaging ScoutAbout exploration program for families and a list of family-oriented water sports, activities and interactive educational programs through the Sanibel Sea School.  Ideal for events, this resort features a variety of venues and over 31,000 square feet of flexible function space.  www.southseas.com

Follow 365 Things to Do In Southwest Florida on Facebook for more great ideas, events and activities for the whole family.

Related posts:

About the author

Paula Bendfeldt-Diaz

Paula is a freelance writer, translator & marketer. She started her writing & publishing career as the editor of Bebé y Mamá, the first parenting magazine in Guatemala. She is the founder of www.GrowingUpBilingual.com and www.365thingsswfl.com and writes articles in Spanish and English for both magazines and the web on subjects ranging from travel and food to parenting and bilingualism. She enjoys traveling, good food and is always in search of new things to do and in Southwest Florida.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CommentLuv badge