In the hills of north Ephraim, a bear lurks and a badger snarls as they await competitors in the 19th Red Putter Pro Tournament.
One of the state’s premier mini golf competitions returns Aug. 7. Dozens of golfers will compete for the $2,000 top prize and the coveted red jacket. The entry fee is $30.
Players must achieve pro status by scoring under par on the course, which also earns them a spot on the much sought after Red Putter Pro Board. Anyone who qualified after the last tournament on Aug. 3, 2019 will be eligible to play.
Registered players receive free practice the week of the tournament. Player sign-in begins at 8 am, with play beginning at 9 am. Post-tournament lunch is provided by Mink River Basin.