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Montezuma turns golf outing into socially-distanced event all fall at Wayne Hills

The Montezuma Audubon Center’s Annual Benefit will look a little different this year.

Due to the COVID-19 health and safety regulations, the center will offer supporters and sponsors a golf outing at Wayne Hills Country Club during the 2020 season.

Golfers will face beautifully manicured fairways and greens at the Wayne Hills Country Club in Lyons, NY that was named one of the 101 reasons why golf in the Finger Lakes is so great.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Click here to reserve your spot or sponsor the fundraiser.
  2. Make a tee time at Wayne Hills Country Club anytime until 10/31/2020 by calling 315-946-6944.
  3. Bid on silent auction items online from August 24 – September 20. A link to the silent auction will be posted at http://montezuma.audubon.org. Winners will be announced via Facebook Live September 21.
  4. Registration fee: $80/golfer ($300/foursome) includes a round of 18 holes at Wayne Hills Country Club anytime during the 2020 season, a cart, a lunch/drink ticket at the grill (1 hotdog or burger, chips, cookies, and a beer or soda), and a Montezuma or Onondaga Lake birding tour for four people at a time of your choosing.

Sponsorship options

Title Sponsor: $5,000  Includes 8 golf fees, presenting sponsor of tournament, web and print advertising

Bald Eagle: $2,500  Includes 4 golf fees, platinum sponsor of tournament, web and print advertising

Great Egret: $1,000  Includes 2 golf fees, silver sponsor of tournament, web and print advertising

Osprey: $500  Hole Sponsor of tournament, web and print advertising

Wood Duck: $250  Cart sponsor of tournament, web and print advertising

DiSanto Propane (Billboard)

“The Montezuma Audubon Center connects visitors of all ages to the millions of migratory birds that use the Montezuma Wetlands Complex and Onondaga Lake and gives our guests an appreciation for maintaining and enhancing these critically important habitats,” said Chris Lajewski, Montezuma Audubon Center Director. “Our wide range of conservation and education programs encourage children and adults to explore, understand and care for their natural world. The Montezuma Audubon Center’s Annual Benefit will help us do all of this and so much more.”

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