Ladies tee up in the name of Susan G. Komen

Ruby Hill Golf Club hosts Rally for A Cure, raising money for breast cancer awareness

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and more than 100 ladies got a head start by teeing off in a golf tournament Tuesday at the Ruby Hill Golf Club.

Playing a Texas Scramble formal, the women participated in the golf club's third annual Rally for A Cure tournament to raise money for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

Last year, a total of $4,500 was raised.

(Kudos to you women who can spot yourselves in the photo!)


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