Golf For Kids' Sake


Golf Tournament

We are excited to announce that our 5th annual golf tournament, Golf For Kids’ Sake, is just around the corner! 

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This fundraiser will take place on Friday, November 2nd at the Lake Charles Country Club with lunch served at 11:30am and tournament start at 1:00pm. We will host golfers from the local professional community who will be supporting our organization through sponsorships and team participation. Included in registration is one mulligan and 1 “Red Blast” hole. Each player has the option to purchase the “String It Out” in which players may buy a piece of 6ft string for a set price to be used during play to improve a player’s lie or even void a stroke. At any point, a player may move the ball the length of the string or less, to any desired position. If the player uses less than the full length, they have to cut the amount used and will have the remaining amount for use in future situation in the round. There will also be cash prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place golfers.

We hope you will consider participating at this event through a sponsorship or team registration! Your contribution will help make a BIG difference in the lives of hundreds of local youths who participate in our mentoring programs annually. And, you will have a good time as well!

Interested in becoming an event sponsor? Contact Alex Stinchcomb, Marketing and Development Manager!

 

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