A $25 ticket pays for nine holes of golf and lunch. $10 for lunch only.
Festivities include a raffle, cash prizes for closest to the pin and putting contests and the chance to win $1,000 donated by Frank Meyers in a hole-in-one contest.
Visit the La Mesa Lions Club website to download the registration form or for more information. Walk-ins are also welcome Saturday morning. Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. Golf starts at 9 a.m.
Proceeds go to La Mesa Lions Club charitable endeavors for the sight and hearing impaired which include donating guide dogs and donations to groups like the San Diego Center for the Blind and San Diego Eye Bank, said President Dick Mellien.
Other Lions Club supported charity include supplies for local food banks, scholarships for high school seniors and donations to the Grossmont Hospital Foundation, Meals on Wheels and more. The La Mesa Lions Club gave near $24,000 to local charities in 2012, Mellien said.
The tournament is named in honor of longtime La Mesans and Lions Club members and Drs. John "Jack" Hardebeck and Dr. William Soldmann, Jr.
Hardebeck was a family practitioner at Grossomnt Hospital for more than 40 years, said his daughter Patty Hardebeck, who helps organize the tournament.
"He used to deliver babies, go out on house calls and all that fun stuff and I got to go with him," she said. "He knows many generations of La Mesans."
A rehabilitation center at the hospital was named after Soldmann, Jr. He was also "very famous for his chili at the [Lions Club] meetings," Hardebeck said.