One of the Payson Area Habitat for Humanity's most successful benefits, the Pioneer Title Golf Tournament, will tee off at 8 a.m. Aug. 24 at Payson Golf Course.
For the past five years, the tournaments have helped earn the money PAHH needs to reach its mission of providing decent affordable and healthy housing for low- and moderate-income people.
Last summer, with 116 players, the benefit raised more than $5,000.
Entry fee for the scratch tournament is $70 ($50 for members of the Payson Golf Club), which includes 18 holes of play, cart, lunch and drinks.
According to Payson PAHH spokesperson Judy Berger, tournament directors Pam Mitchell, Mark Monty and Dale Gonzales have rounded up some great prizes, raffle items and a hole-in-one challenge.
The prize for the hole-in-one challengeusually a sport utility vehicle of some kind will be announced soon, Gonzales said.
Participants may enter the tournament as a foursome or as a single player. Singles will be placed into foursomes by the directors.
Entry forms are available at Pioneer Title, 421 South Beeline, or at the PAHH office, 1013 South Goodfellow Road.
For more information, call Monty or Gonzales at 474-3235.