Ka'anapali to host first collegiate golf tournament

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Ka’anapali Golf Courses will host the 2014 Ka’anapali Classic Collegiate Invitational, the first-ever collegiate event for the critically acclaimed resort, from Nov. 7-9.  Sixteen universities from across America will compete in the 54-hole, individual and team event played on the Royal Ka’anapali Course.

Competing universities include: Hawaii-Manoa (host university), Georgia, Oregon, Gonzaga, North Florida, Bowling Green, California-Irvine, California State, Clemson, Hawaii-Hilo, Kansas, Loyola Marymount, North Carolina, Samford, St. Johns and Utah Valley State. Ka’anapali will also host a College-Am fundraising tournament on Thursday, November 6 to benefit the University of Hawaii Golf Team. 

“We are excited to bring this event to Ka’anapali Beach Resort,” says Ed Kageyama, general manager of Ka’anapali Golf Courses. “This strong field will provide amazing competition and allow our local junior golfers to see college golf in action, inspiring them to develop their games for the next level.”
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