Hays County Sheriff Tommy Ratliff and Retired Sheriff Don Montague are putting on their “Scramble for Kids” benefit golf tournament at the Quicksand at Woodcreek in Wimberley on July 11.
The event will benefit Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Hays County schools.
The tournament format will be a four-person Florida Scramble. Teams will be comprised of friends of law enforcement, law enforcement officers, and sponsors.
The entry fee is $75.00 per individual player, with registration from 7 a.m. to 8:15 a.m. and an 8:30 a.m. tee off. Entry fees include golf cart, green fee, long drive contest, closest-to-the-pin contest, lunch, and lots of door prizes.
The cost to be a Hole Sponsor is $150. The sponsorship donation pays the entry feel for one person in the tournament and included a sign with the sponsor’s name (or business name) at a tee box.
Larger sponsorships cost $2,500 (platinum) $1,000 (gold) and ($500) silver. The platinum sponsorship includes two team entry fees, two mulligans per player, lunch, door prizes, a sign on the No. 1 tee box, corporate or individual name recognition, a plaque of appreciation, plus golf shirts for each team member. The gold Sponsorship provides the same benefits as the Platinum, minus the shirts. The Silver Sponsorship is a one team entry fee with the other benefits, except for the shirts.
Proceeds from the tournament go to annual scholarships for San Marcos High School, Wimberley High School, Dripping Springs High School, Hays High School, Lehman High School, and CASA (Court Appointed Advocates for Abused and Neglected Children).
For more information, contact Retired Sheriff Don Montague (512) 738-2151 or Yvette Johnson at (512) 393-7808 or yvette_ email@example.com.Email | Print