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Golfers To Benefit Area Healthcare

 


SIDNEY, MT —The Foundation for Community Care will hold its 22nd Annual Benefit Golf Tournament on Saturday, August 29, 2015, at the Sidney Country Club. This tournament has raised more than $350,000 to benefit local healthcare over its twenty-one year history. Golfers are encouraged to come out and enjoy a day of golfing while supporting quality healthcare in their community.

Events like the golf tournament help grow the Foundation’s Endowment Fund, which ensures stability for future healthcare needs. Annually, 5 percent of our Endowment Fund is awarded in community grants.

This tournament is one of the last of the summer and is filled with fun right from the start. Upon checking in, golfers have the opportunity to choose a gift from the pop-up pro shop as a thank you for their support of local healthcare. Once on the course, the participants have a chance to win team awards, a $10,000 Hole-In-One Prize, and special hole prizes. One of the most popular events of the day is the mini golf style challenge where players team up to win cash prizes. Ryan Cooper, long drive expert, will be joining us on the course as well to offer tips and tricks to improve your tee shot. The golfers will also enjoy continental breakfast, lunch in the club house, and a cocktail hour following play.

Each year golfers from around the state come to Sidney to enjoy the 18-hole scramble. Participant’s skills range from first time to experienced golfers. You may choose your own 6 person team, or sign up individually and be placed on a team. The registration deadline for the tournament is Wednesday, August 26th, and there are only 162 spots available. The tournament is already filling up fast, so interested golfers are encouraged to register early.

To register for this event, please call the Foundation office at 406-488-2273. Registration forms are also available on our website at http://www.foundationforcommunitycare.org.

Hope to see you on the course!

 

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