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Chief Howard Redd Memorial Golf Tournament

August 23, 2018
Cypress Lake Golf Course
Vacaville, California

Open to AFSFA Members, Active Duty Defenders,
Law Enforcement and Private Individuals.
     Chief Master Sergeant Howard E. Redd entered the United States Air Force on June 29, 1948. He served as Chief Master Sergeant of Security Police. Chief Redd performed duties in security as well as law enforcement and was well versed in all facets of the career field.
     Chief Redd's awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with one oak leaf cluster, Air Force Commendation Medal with three oak leaf clusters, Air Force Outstanding Unit Award, Air Force Good Conduct Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Korean Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Air Force Longevity Service Award Ribbon, Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon, United Nations Service Medal, and Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal.
Entry Fee Includes: 18 Holes and Cart, Post-Tournament Luncheon, Longest Drive Contest, Closest to the Pin Contest, $10,000 Hole-in-One Contest (Bonus Hole-in-One prizes also available).
Also Available: Raffles, Silent Auction and Longest Marshmallow Drive.

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         Online Sponsor Signup Form
         Online Player Signup Form
                  May be user for individuals, groups and foursomes

The Course - Par 72  -  6,873 YardsBuilt: 1961    Architects: Joe Finger & Bob Putman
Located 4 miles off-base, Cypress Lakes Golf Course is open to all (guests welcomed). Take your game to a new level with the challenging Par 72 course or get your golf gear from the pro shop. Check out the new performance center and hitting bays.
Cypress Lakes Pro Shop Info
Sponsor Opportunities Available
    AFSFA Chapter Hole Sponsor - $100
    Corporate / Business Hole Sponsor - $200
    Platinum Level Sponsorship - $1,000
    Gold Level Sponsorship - $500 (2)

Please complete the sponsor form and someone will contact you.
(1) Sign displayed at hole of your choice, logo in golfer packets, sign in the banquet room, name displayed on banner and table leaflets.
(2) Logo in golfer packets, sign in banquet room.

AFSFA & TBAC Thank the Following 2018 Tournament Sponsors
Hole Sponsors
  ~ AFSFA Chapters
     Alamo Chapter
     Billie Renfroe Chapter
     Eagle Chapter
     Oklahoma Heartland Chapter

  ~ Business Hole Sponsors
    City Light and Power
    Culpepper & Associates Security Services, Inc.
    Fairfield Animal Hospital
    Rodgers Trucking Company

Hole In One Prizes
Hole #8 - $10,000 Cash
Hole #3 - $2,000 in Complimentary Golf (Courtesy of
Hole #11 - 4-Day, 3-Night French Lick Resort Golf Vacation
Hole #14 - Travis Mathew Head to Toe Outfit + $500 Online Shopping Spree

Contest Prizes
1st Place Score - 4 Powerbilt Fairway Woods and 4 Shoe Bags
2nd Place Score - 4 Wilson R90 Putters and 4 Green Valuable Pouches
Blind Bogey Winner - 4 CX-3 Blk Chrome Wedges and 4 Blue Amenity Bags
Longest Drive Men - Wilson R90 Putter and Footjoy Glove
Longest Drive Women - Wilson R90 Putter and Footjoy Glove
Closest to the Pin Men - Element Hybrid and Goody Bag
Closest to the Pin Women - Adams Ladies Hybrid and Good Bag
Longest Marshmallow - CX3 Wedge and TaylorMade Towel
Putting Contest - CX3 Wedge, TaylorMade and FT Tunes
50/50 Raffle - Half the Pot, 50% of All Money Contributed to the 50/50 Raffles

Tournament Cost
$90 - Individual Golfer
($85) - Foursome
$85 - Veteran
(Discounted off Individual Golfer Price)
$80 - Active Duty and Retired Veteran (Discounted off Individual Golfer Price)
$65 - AFSFA Member** (Membership Verified through Member Online Database)
         ** AFSFA Member Price is Special Discounted Price. No other discounts apply.

Dress Code
Collared shirt, slacks or Bermuda length shorts.
No denim or metal slacks

Transportation From Hotel
AFSFA has limited transportation available from the hotel. If you require transportation make sure you let us know. We have a multipassenger van available. If there are a lot of golfers we will coordinate car pooling. We had planned on leaving the hotel at 0700 but have found that local traffic on a Friday is a hit or miss. Therefore golfers will be leaving the hotel at 0630.


There will be a hole-in-one contest on each of the par 3's. No mulligans may be used to win a hole-in-one prizes. Prizes are as follows:

Hole# 1 will host the longest marshmallow drive contest. You can purchase entry into this contest beforehand as part of your TBAC tournament package or at the hole. Use whatever club you'd like, and longest marshmallow wins the prize.

Hole#3 will be closest to the pin hole. No mulligans can be used to win the closest to the pin award. There will be a marker, a tape measure and a pen at the hole just off of the green. Put your name and the distance from the hole on the marker if your ball is the closest. There will be a separate marker for men and women.

On hole #14 green you will be met by members of the Travis Bay Area Chapter. One player from each team will roll a dice in the box ...
If you roll a 1 or a 2, the team must putt with the baseball bat.
If you roll a 3 or a 4, the team must putt with the hockey stick.
If you roll a 5 or 6, the team must putt with the shovel.

NOTE: Each and every putt on the green must be played with the above tool on hole #14.
On hole #6, prior to teeing off, each team member must select a club to use throughout the entire hole. Whichever club you choose must be used for each and every shot on that hole. For example if a player chooses a 7 iron, the player drives with his or her 7 iron and plays all other shots on that hole with the 7 iron, including putting out on the green.

Hole# 10 is the longest drive hole for the men. Hole #5 is the longest drive hole for the women. The drive MUST be in the fairway to count. No mulligans can be used to win the long drive. There will be a marker in the fairway. If your drive lands beyond the marker, move the marker to the location of your drive and put your name on the marker.

     Format is a four-person scramble. All four team members tee off on each hole and as a team decides which tee shot they like best and marks that spot. The team then all plays their next shot from the selected spot. Continue in the same fashion until the ball is holed.
     From selected shots, each player can place the ball within one club length, no closer to the hole. If the selected ball is in the rough or sand, each player must play from the rough or sand.

     Men are to tee off from the White tees. Women and men over the age of 70 are to tee off from the Red tees.

The team must select three drives of each player on the team during the round. It does not matter what the par is for the three drives.
     If a team has only three players, one player will play two shots, to take the place of the missing player. The three players must take turns hitting for the missing player, so over 18 holes, each of the three players must play for two players on a total of six holes.
     Mark the selected ball on the putting green. Each player is to attempt the putt from the same spot. The first ball to go in is counted for the team score. If no player makes the putt, mark the best remaining putt and all team members are to putt from there. Continue until holed.
     Double bogey is the maximum team score on any hole. Teams that reach a score of double bogey (two over par) on a hole are to pick-up and move on to the next tee.
     Once you have played your 18th hole, please return immediately to the clubhouse. Please DO NOT continue playing extra holes. Turn in your card when you arrive. Once all cards have been turned in, we will randomly pick a number between the lowest score and 100. The team with the score closest to the number drawn will be the blind bogey winner. Prizes will be awarded for low team score and blind bogey score. This gives each team an equal chance to win a prize. If there is a tie, there will be another random draw for front nine and back nine score if needed.

     Rule number nine is to please have a great time on the course.