Rotary Golf Tournament planned

  • Tuesday, February 5, 2013

The Fourth Annual Oakbrook Rotary Golf Tournament is planned for March 7 at Wescott Plantation Golf Course. The tournament sponsored by the Summerville Oakbrook Breakfast Rotary Club, will be Four-Player, Captain’s Choice  with signup at 12 p.m. and a 1 p.m. Shotgun Start.
Prizes will include:
• Hole-in-One - $10,000 (sponsored by Summerville Ford)
• Closest to the Pin and Longest Drive
• Top Team (Gross)
• Top 2 Teams (Net)
The tournament will also feature complimentary soft drinks and beer, lunch provided by Jersey Mike’s, a sit down dinner provided by Wescott’s Bar and Grill and a raffle (tickets $5).
Sponsorships are still available and include:
• Corporate (tournament recognition/free foursome/Dinner: $1,500)
• Beverage Sponsor (Special Recognition/Free foursome/Dinner: $1,000)
• Corporate/Hole Sponsor (team and hole sign: $400)
• Hole )Sign on specific hole: $150)
• Individual golfer entry fee: $75
Summerville Oakbrook Rotary Club locally awards college scholarships, provides free eye exams and glasses for students, distributes dictionaries to third grade students and internationally supports Alzheimer’s research, worldwide water projects, international and local relief efforts, and polio eradication
For more information on the tournament and sponsorships contact Ben Perkins at 875-3208, B.R.Perkins-Jr@Boeing.com, or 213 Pekoe Court, Summerville, SC 29483.
 

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