United Way to Hold Inaugural Golf Tournament
The Greenwich United Way announces its first Golf Tournament fund-raiser will take place Thursday, May 4, at The Stanwich Club, 888 North St. The tournament will begin at 1 p.m. with a shotgun start and include a short game clinic conducted by the Golf Channel’s Michael Breed.
“This year, the Greenwich United Way is adding a golf tournament to the roster of initiatives to raise money to support unmet human services needs in our local community,” said event Chair, Heidi Nolte. She continued, “We are very excited to hold our first event at The Stanwich Club on with Michael Breed, the 2012 National Teacher of the Year and host of the Golf Channel’s show, The Golf Fix. Michael will lead off the day with a short game clinic, which will be followed by a best ball tournament, Dinner and Raffle prizes. I highly encourage town residents and businesses to join us for a fun and purposeful day at The Stanwich Club.”
The fundraising event is limited to 132 golfers and is an “all-inclusive” tournament. Registration fee includes: greens fees, lunch, dinner, giveaway drawing, mulligans, putting contest, all on course games and on course beverages. Individual golfer ticket price is set at $850 and foursomes will begin at $3,400. Event proceeds will help Greenwich United Way identify and meet local human service needs.
For sponsorship and underwriting opportunities please contact Greenwich United Way Director of Development, Jeremy Nappi, at 203-869-2221 or email@example.com