Inaugural Spanish Cove Golf Tournament Golf Tees and Autumn Leaves a smashing success


The First Annual Spanish Cove Golf Tournament Golf Tees and Autumn Leaves, to benefit Oklahoma Seniors, was an overwhelming success, hosted at Hidden Trails Country Club Monday afternoon.

The day started with players registering and then heading in to enjoy a fajita lunch before the noon tournament shotgun start.

Lois and Gilbert Stagner enjoy some of the mild late-November temperatures during the Spanish Cove golf tournament held Monday at Hidden Trails Country Club. (Photo Provided)

The cool, crisp sunny fall-like day late in November was perfect weather. Players raved about how fun the day was and how playing to raise money to benefit seniors was worth fighting the wind at hole 18!

After the competition, everyone gathered back in the Club House to receive goody bags and the door prizes every player received while waiting to find out the winning teams.

Congratulations to this year’s winning teams. First place: Yanda & Son. Second Place: Carl & Mary Sue Sanders. Third Place: Cody’s Cowboys.

Raffle tickets to win a set of Mavrik Golf Clubs , the Top Gun of all golf clubs, plus a round of golf for four at Surrey Hills Golf Club, were sold at yesterday’s event. Tickets are being sold now through February 2, 2023. Contact Spanish Cove at 405.354.5906 or email to purchase your ticket.

Spanish Cove Marketing Director Jill Huff shares a laugh with some of the competitors. (Photo Provided)

The winner of the clubs, donated by The Yukon Progress, will be announced at the Yukon Chamber Coffee being hosted at Spanish Cove on Friday, February 3.

Spanish Cove would like to give thanks and sincere appreciation to all the sponsors, volunteers, and players for making this first year a huge success.

If you want to learn how to contribute to Spanish Cove, contact Jill Huff, Marketing Director, at 405.354.5906 or Elizabeth Ritter, Chief Financial Officer, at 405.350.5118 for more information.

See more photos from the event in Saturday’s edition of The Yukon Progress.