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Greg Mullan aims for the hole at the Arlington Chamber of Commerce's 2011 Scholar's Cup mini-golf tournament. Also in the foursome are Devin Reise, Cabell Wilkes and David Adelman. Proceeds from the event support the business group's scholarship fund to assist high school students headed to college.

The Arlington Chamber of Commerce will host its 12th annual Scholars Cup mini-gold tournament on Tuesday, Sept. 19 at Upton Hill Regional Park.

The family-friendly event raises funds for the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) initiative of the Chamber of Commerce.

The event features an afternoon of mini-golf, along with dinner from Rocklands Barbeque and Grilling, plus music by DJ A Sound Plan.

The registration deadline is Sept. 15. For information, call (703) 525-2400 or see the Web site at

(1) comment

L kelly

Good luck! It takes a lot of time and practice to be good enough in order to enroll to a national tournament. Such a person should dedicate her time to play golf on a regular basis to a professional golf club, like the Bay area golf course, which have quality equipment and great fields.

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