Hawaii golfers will have a chance to shoot for cash and prizes at the second annual E-Com 2001 $1,000,000 Hole-In-One Golf Shootout at Waikoloa Beach Resorts Kings Golf course on the Big Island from March 8-11.
Qualifying rounds for this "Closest-to-the-pin" event will start March 8.
The first five finalists will shoot for the $1,000,000 hole-in-one grand prize on March 11.
Coupons for free qualifying shots are being distributed at golf outlets and event sponsors throughout the state. Additional shots may also be purchased.
For more information call (808) 929-7377 or visit www.golfmillionaire.com.
Hawaiis Michael Monis will be one of just five National Amateur Bodybuilding Association members to compete in the World Fitness Federation Universe Bodybuilding Championship in Vienna, Austria in June.
A graduate of Waianae High in 1980, Monis will compete in the light-heavyweight division (180 pounds and up).
He won the Mr. Europe Natural in 1998. Monis, 40, also is a Hawaiian International Champion and a Los Angeles Grand Prix Champion.
USTA event in Kapalua: Kapaluas Tennis Garden and Village Tennis Center will be host sites for the United States Tennis Associations Boys and Girls National Open, Feb. 15-20.
This is the first time the USTA national junior tournament will be played in Hawaii. The event will draw more than 250 players ages 16-18 to Maui. For more information or entry forms call 669-5677 or email: email@example.com.
Local event added: Honolulus BikeFactory Mountain Bike Triathlon has been added to XTERRAs Points Series schedule.
XTERRA, an off-road sport combining a 1.5K swim, 30K mountain bike and 10K trail run, restructured its 2001 season.
The new schedule includes 15 Points Series Races, three regional championships and the USA National Championship.
For more information, call 1-877-751-8880.
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