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Announcing 2022 McDonald's of Guam and Saipan Golf Classic


McDonald’s will host its 2nd Annual Golf Classic on December 3, 2022, at the LaoLao Bay Golf and Resort, East Course.


Cash prizes will be up for grabs to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each flight from Champion to Seniors. Luxury vehicles from Atkins Kroll and Triple J Auto Group are offered for the player who hits a Hole-In-One at the designated holes, for a total prize value of over $100,000 combined. Optional Play offers chances to win even more cash prizes for the most skillful of players.


Early registration entry fee of $120 per player starts on September 5 through November 2. Fee after that is $140 per player. Register at the McDonald’s main offices in Guam and Saipan, or at the LaoLao Bay Golf and Resort. Format is medal play.


Net proceeds of the fundraiser will benefit the Jose and Ruri Ayuyu Foundation, Inc. “Children and families have always been at the heart of our business, and we want to give back to the community where we live, specially the underprivileged and those in need,” says Jose Ayuyu, president and CEO of McDonald’s of Guam and Saipan.


“I want to thank our business partners and the business community for always supporting our event that raise funds for special organizations such as the Ronald McDonald House Charities, the beneficiary of last year’s tournament,” says Marcia “Ruri” Ayuyu, McDonald’s Saipan owner operator. This year’s charities will include local non-profit groups that support families and children. “We are still looking for more sponsors to join us in making this a fun and fund-raising event.”


For up-to-date information on the Golf Classic, visit our website www.mcdonaldsguamandsaipan.com or call McDonald’s Saipan office at 670-235-8761.


About McDonald’s of Guam & Saipan:

McDonald’s of Guam & Saipan, locally owned and operated by Franchisee’s Joe & Marcia Ayuyu, and now joined by son Joe Ayuyu, Jr., is the leading food service restaurant chain in the Mariana Islands. First opened in 1993, the organization includes 7 McDonald’s restaurants, 2 on Saipan and 5 on Guam. In 2016, the Ayuyu’s acquired all McDonald’s restaurants in Guam and has remained one of the largest employers.

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