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Windward Community College is hosting an inaugural fundraiser golf tournament on Friday, March 17 at the Pearl Country Club. Proceeds from the fundraiser will benefit Windward CC’s Ke Kula Kamaliʻi ʻo Hānaiaulu Childcare Center.

“This is not your average golf tournament,” said Puanani Kama, tournament chair and director of Ke Kula Kamaliʻi ʻo Hānaiaulu. “In addition to a hole-in-one contest with tickets to the Super Bowl as the prize, golfers will play in individual hole contests for Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin, plus Raffles and 50/50.”

Windward CC is partnering with KamaHawaii to host the tournament.

Lunch bentos will be prepared by Pearl Country Club and there will also be an awards ceremony and banquet dinner at the end of the day. Below is the tournament’s full schedule:

  • Registration: 10 a.m.
  • Shotgun start: 12 p.m.
  • Awards banquet: 6 p.m.

Golf sponsorships start at $1,500, which includes lunch, refreshments, dinner and more. Other sponsorship opportunities range from golf tee hole recognition at $300 to beverage cart and on-course activities at $1,000.

For more details on sponsorship packages, visit the golf tournament website.

“There are so many ways to contribute, even for non-golfers!” said Kama. “Our goal is to provide funding to keep our students going to college and getting the care they need for their keiki while they pursue their dreams—and let’s have some fun golfing!”

Ke Kula Kamaliʻi ʻo Hānaiaulu is a Hawaiian immersion childcare center dedicated to student parents and their success in their college journey. Through Hawaiian language immersion and culture-based early childhood education and care, the center aims to increase graduation rates at Windward CC and perpetuate Hawaiian language and culture. Proceeds from the tournament will go toward scholarships for student parents, as well as resources and supplies needed to maintain safety and health on campus.

Golfers and golf enthusiasts can register for the tournament online through March 10.

For more information, visit the tournament’s website or contact Kama at

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