Local golfers will have a chance to hit the links for the benefit of others in their community on Monday, Oct. 23, as part of the 5th Annual United Way of Sumner County Charity Golf Scramble, presented by ITW CIP and ITW Dynatec, at Bluegrass Yacht & Country Club in Hendersonville.
The scramble will feature four-person teams, a shotgun start, a chance to win a car with a hole-in-one, a light breakfast prior to the event, and lunch. There will be goody bags for all participants, and prizes will be handed out following play. Check-in begins at 7 a.m., with the shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.
“We are very excited about hosting our fifth annual Charity Golf Scramble this fall,” said UWSC President/CEO Dana M. Given. “In addition to enjoying a great day on the golf course, participants in the UWSC Golf Scramble will make a difference in the lives of others with their support of United Way. Through the generosity of our sponsors and players, last year’s scramble raised nearly $18,000 to meet the needs of local residents facing adversity. With the help of the community, we hope to have an even greater impact this year. If you haven’t registered your team, there’s no better time than today.”
The entry fee is $150 per player, and four-person teams, duos, and individuals may sign up by visiting our Charity Golf Scramble Page and registering online or downloading a registration form for mailing. The entry fee includes lunch and a mulligan package. Duos and individuals will be matched with other participants to form four-person teams. The entry fee includes a light breakfast, lunch, the round of golf, and a full mulligan package.
Proceeds from the Charity Golf Scramble support the programs and agencies of United Way of Sumner County, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2017. Since 1977, the organization has made a difference in the community by bringing local people and businesses together to meet the needs of local residents.
For complete details and online registration, visit www.unitedwaysumner.org or call (615) 461-8371.