Slots available for Boys and Girls Club golf tournament
October 9, 2008
There are still open spots remaining to play in the 15th annual Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe Golf Tournament on Monday at Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course.
The fundraiser remains one of the premiere events for the organization, which continues its long-standing tradition of providing activities for children living on South Shore.
In addition to there being slots open to play, there are also a few spots remaining for local businesses to sponsor selected holes on the course.
For $3,000, a sponsor can award the ace-maker $12,500 in company product, plus $12,500 in $150 sweepstakes tickets toward a $649,000 Lake Tahoe home being raffled by the Boys & Girls Club as its major fundraiser to keep the club’s doors open year-round.
The sponsorship also includes a foursome of players, tee signage and pre and post-event publicity and community goodwill. Hole-in-one sponsorships are also available for companies looking for a fun way to help a good cause and attract serious attention for their business.
And as it has for many years, Edgewood has donated the use of its course for the event and, as usual, there will be dozens of prizes and merchandise to be given away.
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How’s a golf trip to Hawaii sound? Or $25,000 for a hole-in-one? Or a 42-inch Sony flat screen TV? Other prizes to be given out include golf vacations, and sports memorabilia.
All money raised with the $250 entry fee goes to the Boys & Girls Club. And, along with all the prizes, raffles and auction items is a round of golf at Edgewood, site of the annual American Century Championship, the celebrity event featured prominently by NBC Sports.
Once you’ve decided to register, players have their choice of either playing in a best ball or scramble format. There are prizes awarded for both categories, and there are also closest-to-the-pin contests on every par 3.
With their entry fee, golfers also receive a gourmet breakfast buffet, a Sunday carry bag and a sleeve of Titleist balls as tee prizes, a box lunch, beverages on the course and an awards reception with hors d’oeuvres after the round.
Playing spots, hole sponsorships and hole-in-one promotions are all available by contacting the Boys & Girls Club at (530) 542-0838 or by e-mailing Karen Houser at email@example.com.
For a registration form, vist http://www.bgclt.org.
“It’s a great deal for everyone,” said Karen Houser, the club’s executive director. “Edgewood’s regular green fee is $200, so look at the all the extras players receive.”