Charity golf tourney is June 14Have fun while supporting Haywood charities
The seventh annual Knights of Columbus/ St. John Charity Golf Tournament will be held Saturday, June 14, at the Lake Junaluska Golf Course. The shotgun start is at 1 p.m., with a barbecue dinner, trophies and door prizes following the tourney.
Proceeds will benefit local Haywood County charities.
The format is captain’s choice — four-player scramble. Single, double or trio golfers will be placed on a four-person team.
Prizes include a new car from Waynesville Automotive for a hole in one on a designated hole. There will cash prizes for the first, second and third place teams. Other prizes will be awarded for longest drive men/women and closest to pin men/women.
Golfers may buy tickets for mulligans, a “string” stroke saver, par 3 inside circle and red tees.
The tourney entry fee includes green gees, carts, tee gift bag and the cookout, which includes spouse. Four-player teams are $70 per player or $280 per team.
In addition to the golf fun, tickets will be available for a drawing of big prizes including a $200 Visa gift card, dinner for two at Sid’s on Main in Canton, a carved wooden bear by Jake Marzullo, a framed print by artist T. Pennington, a half-day fly fishing trip from Rex Wilson and teeth whitening by Eric Morrison, DDS.
The event will include a silent auction of items and gift certificates donated by area businesses and door prizes for the golfers.
There are a limited number of teams for the event. Call Don Thompson at 550-4619 to sign up for the tourney. Hole sponsorships are available for $100 by calling Mark Zaffran at 356-4094.
The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic charitable organization that promotes charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism.