Registration for the 5th Annual Pioneer Title Golf Tournament to benefit the Payson Area Habitat for Humanity has climbed to 108 players.
The tournament will now feature an 8 a.m. tee time Aug. 25 at Payson Golf Course. The tee time was in doubt until recently when participation exceeded 100.
The registration mark represents an increase over last year when 88 players, or 22 foursomes, entered. That event raised more than $4,000 which was donated to PAHH to use in its mission of providing decent, affordable and healthy houses for low- and moderate-income people in Payson.
This year, a hole-in-one contest similar to the one held last fall will be held. A lucky player who aces the hole will win a new Ford Explorer, donated by Phil White Ford of Star Valley.
During last year's tournament, a player came within inches of sinking the ace on the designated hole.
Also on the tournament agenda is a complimentary lunch, a raffle, prizes, a cart and a great day of golf, PAHH Offices Manager Judy Berger said.
The tournament entry fee is $60 per player or $40 for members of the Payson Golf Course. Entry forms are available at Pioneer Title at 421 S. Beeline Highway.
Call tournament co-directors Dale Gonzales or Mark Monty at 474-3235 for more information.