Grits ‘n Haggis Regatta – May 18-19, 2019
Welcome to the Keowee Sailing Club Grits ‘n Haggis Regatta site! The Grits ‘n Haggis Regatta is a Flying Scot regatta. There are nearby hotels, eateries, and some limited camping available onsite at the club. Please see the Notice of Race and the “Register Here!” link to the right (going live by the end of March) for more information and to register and pay for the event. Hope to see you there!
Please click the “Register Here!” link in the box to the right to pre-register for the Grits ‘n Haggis Regatta. Upon submitting the form you will be re-directed to PayPal where you can complete payment via PayPal or Credit/Debit.
If you would rather bring a check or cash while onsite, simply close the PayPal window before paying and we will have your registration details saved with your total ready to be paid when you arrive.
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