Join Us For the Seventh Annual Charity Golf Fundraiser

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Monday, August 5 2019, at TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm

Our annual golf tournament celebrates The Perfect Game Foundation’s seventh year working with those who aspire to a business career in sports by providing mentorship along with financial assistance for internships and courses of study in sports. Participation in the tournament is open to individuals and foursomes, hole sponsors, and additional sponsors (closest to the pin sponsor, lunch sponsor, etc.).

It is a four-person, best ball scramble with mulligans for sale before the event. The event will conclude with prizes awarded and the silent auction items distributed.

Schedule

8 a.m.: Registration and Breakfast
10 a.m.: Shotgun Start

Sponsorship Information

Individual Golfer: $450

Foursome: $1800

Closest to the Pin Sponsor: $1,500

Longest Drive Sponsor: $1,500

Putting Contest: $1,500

Additional Signage Opportunities on the Golf Cart GPS Screens — $1,500 Packages

Other sponsorship opportunities are available as well. For more information and/or how you can help The Perfect Game Foundation please email Del Wilber directly.

2019 Annual Golf Tournament Registration

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  • Please list the first and last name of the players on your team.

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