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Dan Kleckner's Golf Classic this weekend

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Dan Kleckner's Golf Classic kicked off on Friday at the Sun Dance Golf Course. 

The Dan Kleckner Golf Classic benefits the Wounded Warriors project, which helps wounded service members by providing unique and direct programs. 

Friday is Military Appreciation Day at Sun Dance Golf Course, which gives active military and veterans the chance to participate in a four person scramble. 

Following a day of golf there will be a tournament BBQ dinner from 6:00-7:30pm, hosted by Texas Roadhouse, with live music featuring KHQ's Sean Owsely, at Gus Johnson Ford on E. Sprague. 

The main tournament is on Saturday and features a four person scramble with start times at 7:30pm and 1:00pm at Sun Dance Golf Course. 

Following the tournament there will be an awards party at 6:30pm at Northern Quest Resort & Casino. 

Again, the proceeds benefit a great cause, The Wounded Warrior Project. CLICK HERE to find out more about their organization. 

For more information on Dan Kleckner's Golf Classic, CLICK HERE

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