Eagles and Aces Man-Maker Challenge - Tucson News Now

Eagles and Aces Man-Maker Challenge

Tucson, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Are you man enough for Desert Diamond Casino's Eagles and Aces Man-Maker Challenge? If you think you are, today is the last day to register. Just click on this link to Eagles and Aces to register!

This Saturday, September the 21st, the event includes 18 holes of golf in the morning, 2 games of bowling in the afternoon and a poker tournament to cap off the day. The event includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and a night stay at Desert Diamond Casino.

Money raised at the Eagles and Aces tournament will go to the American Diabetes Association.  Tucson News Now's Bud Foster is the honorary chairperson for the event.

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