Teen Challenge Maine of Winthrop will host its 11th annual golf tournament on Saturday, June 23, at the Turner Highlands Golf Course in Turner. This course features an 18-hole challenge with mountain views, ponds, orchards and covered bridges, according to a news release from Janice Davis, volunteer development advisor for the program.

Registration and breakfast will start at 7 a.m. and the shotgun tee off is set for 8 a.m.

Hole-in-one prizes include a new Ford truck, $10,000, a set of Callaway irons, roundtrip domestic airline tickets for two and a flat screen LCD television.

The first-place foursome will receive a whale watching Lubec Harbor boat trip for eight with sightings of whales, seals, eagles, lighthouses, with U.S. and Canada sights. The second-place foursome will receive a white water day rafting trip with North Country Rivers Rafting. The third-place foursome winners will receive a round of golf and cart rentals from Turner Highlands Golf Course.

A Taylormade RBZ driver will be awarded for the longest drive, a Taylormade RBZ fairway driver will be awarded for the straightest drive, and a putter will be awarded for the longest putt.

A raffle drawing will offer a golfer the chance to putt for $5,000.

The Dixon representative will host a game at one of the holes with ecofriendly balls and will present a free Dixon driver to the winner of the Dixon game.

The classic fee is $100 per person or $350 per foursome, which includes 18 holes, cart rental for each pair of golfers, breakfast and awards luncheon.

Other sponsors include RLC Engineering, Tidewater Oil Co., Casella Waste, Norway Savings Bank, Winthrop Federal Credit Union, Direct Cremations of Maine, Jewett Builders, Eaton Vance, Centerpoint Printing, Prime Financial, Strategic Media, Bearfoot Realty, McLaughlin Builders, Moody’s Diner, Fielder’s Choice, Dove Tail Bats, J. S. McCarthy Printers, Emmanual Assembly of God Church, I Care Ministries, Blue Point Financial, Keller Williams Realty — Helen Robillard, Lois Strauss, R. D. Johnson Insurance, Aghaloma Farms, Charleston Pentacostal Church, Maine Land Development, Twin’s Service Station, Lisbon Community Federal Credit Union, Alan Chandler, Hannaford, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Richard Klopstein, Grant’s Dairy, Chelsea Gas and Goody’s Pizzeria.

Teen Challenge Maine offers a 15-month faith-based residential rehab center for men suffering from drug and alcohol addiction. The men are accepted through an admissions process and must be 18 years of age or older. Keith O’ Brien, the director, can be reached at the TCM campus at 377-2801.

A tax-deductible donation can be made online at tcmaine.org or tcgolfclassic.com or can be mailed to Teen Challenge Maine, 11 Hudson Lane, Winthrop, ME 04364.

To register to play, visit tcgolfclassic.com or call 890-9374.

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