Lost Creek offers benefit round of golf for Koza before they close

Don't put your golf clubs away just yet. Lost Creek Golfers Club invites the community out for one last round and for a good cause.

With Lost Creek set to close later this month, people are invited out the weekend of October 18th through 20th where half the proceeds will go towards Vince Koza's fight against cancer. Koza, the current radio personality and former hometown stations sports director, is currently battling stage four cancer. To say goodbye to the Lost Creek Course and to help Vince fight, golfers can come out and pay 50 dollars which includes a round of golf a cart and lunch. All the food is donated by Keystone Meats, Rudolph Foods, and Pepsi. This is not a tournament or scramble style event. Golfers are encouraged to schedule a tee time by calling (419) 229-2026

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