1st Pareidolia Open Charity Golf Scramble benefiting the Hibiscus Children’s Center 

Golf Tournament
Golf Tournament

Pareidolia Brewing Company will be hosting its 1st Pareidolia Open Charity Golf Scramble to benefit the Hibiscus Children’s Center on Saturday, July 30, 2022, at 8:00 am at Sandridge Golf Club. So tee up and help the kids! 

100% of the proceeds raised by the golf scramble will be donated to the Hibiscus Children’s Center to help them with their vital services for children in our community.

What to expect

  • Challenge Holes for Prizes
  • Men’s and Women’s Longest Drive
  • Raffles
  • Closest to the Pin contests
  • Lunch is included in the cost to play
  • Beer Tastings
  • Pareidolia Beer for sale


To register your team click here and deliver your check, payable to the Hibiscus Children’s Center, to Pareidolia Brewing Company or mail it to 712 Cleveland St. Sebastian, Fl. 32958. 

Want to be a Sponsor?

  • Gold Level $250 – Your brand on giveaways, all emails, social media, and banners.
  • Silver Level $150 – Your brand on all emails and social media posts.
  • Bronze Level $75 – Your brand is included in all emails.
  • Tee Signs $50 – (Deadline July 15, 2022).     


  • Sandpiper Pest Control
  • Coastal Healthy Vending
  • Sebastian Daily LLC.
  • Captain Hirams Resort
  • Jeff MacQuarrie
  • Kimball and Ken Stadler

For additional information, visit the Pareidolia Brewing Company website or call (772) 571-5693. 

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