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News Release

LC State to hold pair of golf scrambles to benefit student scholarships

LEWISTON, Idaho – Lewis-Clark State College will hold a pair of four-person golf scrambles this weekend to help raise money for scholarships.

The 14th annual LC State Alumni Association Native American Chapter Golf Scramble will be held Saturday at Red Wolf Golf Club in Clarkston, while the 17th annual Warrior Golf Classic will be held on Sunday at the Lewiston Golf and Country Club.

The Native American Chapter Golf Scramble has an entry fee of $100 per person with registration starting at 7:30 a.m., and a shotgun start following at 8:30 a.m. The entry fee includes lunch, green fees and cart rental. All proceeds benefit the LC State Native American Student Scholarship fund. To register, visit

The Warrior Athletic Association’s Warrior Golf Scramble benefits scholarships for student-athletes. The tournament features a 10 a.m. registration and an 11 a.m. shotgun start. All teams are entered into the grand prize drawing and there will be several games on the course, including another prize drawing for teams that can complete the round without losing a specially marked ball.

The Warrior Golf Classic has a $125 entry fee, which includes lunch and dinner, tee prizes, green fees and more. Carts are not included and must be reserved by calling the Lewiston Country Club pro shop at 208-746-2801. To register or for more information on the tournament, visit

At both tournaments, the LC State golf teams will be raising funds on a couple of holes by hitting drives for the teams. LC State President Cynthia Pemberton will be greeting golfers at both tourneys and will match drive hitting hole donations at both tournaments.