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Doing Good on the Green Golf Tournament

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Doing Good On The Green 18th Annual Golf Tournament
Play golf and fight hunger in Southwest Texas! Enjoy the beautiful terrain of TPC San Antonio’s Canyon course and Oaks course — host of the Valero Texas Open. Proceeds from Doing Good on the Green support the San Antonio Food Bank and the New Braunfels Food Bank. Every $1 generated will provide seven meals to neighbors in need. Shotgun start at 8 a.m. with lunch provided at 1 p.m. Awards will be delivered after the event. Learn more at safoodbank.org/doing-good.

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