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31st Annual MACC Golf Scramble

Friday, May 3, 2024

9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunrise Golf Course, Madison, 47250

Madison Area Chamber of Commerce Golf Scramble

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Golf Scramble

Join us for a time-honored tradition—the Madison Area Chamber of Commerce's Golf Scramble—an annual event dating back to 1993. Experience a delightful day amidst picturesque greens, featuring engaging contests, exciting raffles, delectable food, refreshing drinks, and ample networking opportunities.

Participate in this esteemed Golf Scramble hosted by the Madison Area Chamber and relish a day tailored for office team building, client appreciation, and fostering connections within our local business community. Don't miss this special occasion to unwind, engage, and network while enjoying a memorable day at the Madison Area Chamber's Golf Scramble!

Date: Friday May 3rd

Location: Sunrise Golf Course

Time: Team sign-in 930 Shotgun Start 11am

Register at or call 812-265-3135


Sunrise Golf Course
2136 Michigan Rd

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