Swing a club, stamp out child abuse
March 3, 2015
Family & Children’s Place is planning its 12th annual golf scramble, Friday, June 12, at the popular Persimmon Ridge Golf Club.
The annual scramble, which raises critical funds for the agency’s work to stop and prevent child abuse and neglect, and to help children and families move from hurting to healing, is the perfect event for both avid and casual golfers. The course, which won the 2007 Golf Digest Outstanding Design Award, plays through woods, over creeks around lakes and through a 120-foot elevation change.
Cost for an afternoon of golf is just $840 per foursome (with no sponsorship) or $210 for an individual. Tee time is 1:30 p.m., and up to 40 foursomes comprising corporate and individual supporters will hit the links in a standard best ball format.
The fees cover 18 holes of golf, a golf cart and lunch, and there will be prizes, giveaways and entertainment. The day also features a closest to the pin contest, hit the target in the lake/pond and best score as well.
So come out enjoy a day of golf, show off your golf duds and your swing, and at the same time help Family & Children’s Place protect Louisville area and Southern Indiana kids from abuse and neglect, and child survivors and their families heal.
There are still sponsorship opportunities available, from Hole Partner at $250 to Birdie Partner at $1,300 up to a Hole in one Partner at $5,000. Every dollar provides life-changing services to children who deserve the chance to grow up happy and healthy and enjoy meaningful relationships with friends, family and others.
To register for the scramble, discuss sponsorship opportunities, or if you have any questions, contact our Development team at 502- 855-6075.