WAUSAU — Teams are still being accepted for the second annual “Paws Enforcing Laws Golf Outing” to support K9 programs in the Marathon County Sheriff’s Department.

The four-person scramble is set for July 14 at Greenwood Hills Country Club. Advance sign-up is required. All proceeds will benefit the department’s K9 unit, which currently has four teams of handlers and dogs who help find illegal drugs, track humans and assist in arresting suspects for a range of crimes.

This year, the event includes a hole in one challenge on a par 3 hole. If the golfer gets a hole in one on that hole, the prize is a Pebble Beach golf trip including airfare and hotel accommodations valued at $7,500.

Cost is $100 per golfer for 18 holes of golf with cart, dinner, and a chance to win prizes. The winning team receives $200. Prizes include a Jordy Nelson autographed jersey and many other donated items.

To sign up, visit the Paws Enforcing Laws Facebook page.

Wausau Pilot and Review is a proud sponsor of this event.