Come celebrate “Halfoween” with 10/31 Consortium at the 6th Annual Peanut Butter Cup Mini Golf Tournament!
Peanut Butter Cup Mini Golf Tournament
This is no ordinary mini golf game as living obstacles will appear on this enchanted golf course! Players are also encouraged to dress in costume. Teams of 4 or less will compete in 18 holes of mini golf for the coveted peanut butter cup filled trophy. The best adult score will receive The Orange Jacket and the best child (12 and under) score will receive a trophy.
What: 6th Annual Peanut Butter Cup Mini Golf Tournament
When: Friday, May 20th, 6:30pm
Where: All Star Lanes Baton Rouge, 9829 Airline Hwy, Baton Rouge
Registration fees includes 18 holes of miniature golf, a $5 arcade game card, 2 passes for bowling (valid on a return visit), and a private 10/31 Consortium barbecue with hamburgers, hot dogs, baked beans, potato salad, and soft drinks, and goodie bags.
$31 for Members
$40 for Non Members
$15 for kids 12 and under
Free for kids 2 and under
Cash or check will be accepted at check-in. Credit cards will only be accepted via Eventbrite.
Hole sponsorships are also available for $200. Sponsorships include 2 signs at your hole, a complimentary team of 4, promo items in goodie bags, and online recognition (website, e-newsletter, and social media).
As always, please bring non-perishable food donations for the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank to be entered into the door prize drawings.
You must be a 2016 PAID member of 10/31 Consortium in order to get the member rate. Contact info@1031Consortium.com with questions.
About 10/31 Consortium
10/31 Consortium is a Baton Rouge based club for Halloween enthusiasts. We hold many Halloween themed events throughout the year leading up to our largest event, the Baton Rouge Halloween Parade and corresponding ball, the Ghostly Gala. Through the fun of Halloween, we strive to be a positive source of hope and creativity for the children of Baton Rouge. We are a 501c4 non profit and Halloween club benefiting Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital, the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank, and the Big Buddy Program.