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The City of Dana Point Community Services & Parks Department is opening registration for their adult co-ed kickball and softball summer leagues.
The seasons will run July 13 to Sept. 1. Each team will play six regular season games and two playoff games and will have the choice to play on either Monday or Wednesday nights.
Cost for kickball team registration is $200 for the season, plus $15 cash per game for umpire fees. There will be beginner and experienced divisions. Individual registration for kickball is $25 for the season.
Softball team registration is $350 for the season, plus $15 cash per game for umpire fees. There is no individual registration for softball and there will be only one division.
Participants must be at least 18 years old to play and there is a suggested minimum of 10 players per team and a maximum of 20.
Those who are interested in registering can do so in person at the Dana Point Community Center, 34052 Del Obispo St., or register online at www.danapoint.org/recreation. Registration is open until June 18. For questions, email Kolleen Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Dana Point 5th Marine Regiment Support Group is set to host their sixth annual Combat Golf Tournament on June 1 at Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club in Mission Viejo. The funds raised at the tournament will go toward the support group’s efforts in assisting the 5th Marine Regiment and their families as well as the group’s adopted Wounded Warriors.
The tournament is close to selling out, according to organizer Pete Hammer, but there is still room to sign up.
Cost for the tournament is $195, which includes 18 holes of golf, lunch, dinner and prizes. There will also be a helicopter ball drop and a raffle.
The Combat Golf Tournament offers participants a unique experience with on-course games. There will be obstacle courses to avoid on the fairways, penalty-costing “mine fields” and a hole where golfers must tee off wearing marine-issued helmets and flak jackets.
Those who do not wish to golf can still sponsor a local Marine to play in the tournament.
For more information, to register or to sponsor a Marine, visit www.danapoint5thmarines.com/2015-combat-golf or email email@example.com.