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Doggie’s Pub To Host Annual Putting Tournament April 1

It’s time to tee off, folks! 

While it’s not exactly Augusta National, Doggie’s Pub will host its second annual “Putt Putt” Tournament on Saturday, April 1. The event returns to the backyard beer garden just ahead of the Masters Tournament and offers competitors the chance to earn bragging rights almost as valuable as a green jacket. 

Team sign-ups launched on Instagram, and registration is currently full. However, patrons are still welcome to attend the tournament and cheer on State College’s best putters.

Team “Get In The Hole” took home first place in last year’s competition, as well as the day’s “Best Dressed” award.

Doggie’s Pub recently reached the Elite Eight of Onward State’s Best Bars/Restaurants Bracket, making it a clear downtown staple. The bar is located at 108 S. Pugh St.

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