There is much to celebrate as Western Nevada College Foundation holds the annual Golf for Education Tournament on Sept. 24.
For one, the tournament gives area golfers and businesses opportunities to assist students pursue degrees and certifications that will help Nevada’s economy as the college celebrates its 50th year of serving Northern Nevada communities.
Secondly, the 18-hole scramble format provides golfers with what has become a highly competitive tournament and entertaining day including fun activities, great prizes and awards.
Thirdly, it’s an opportunity to customize a sponsorship to showcase your company. This sponsorship includes your company name appearing on the event banner and program, recognition at the BBQ, a team entry of four players and two tee signs.
Finally, what better way can you spend a fall Friday than playing golf in a friendly team format on Toiyabe Golf Course, which offers spectacular views of the Sierra?
Participants in the Golf for Education will be treated to great tee prizes, hole-in-one and long drive prizes, ample on-course refreshments, raffle prizes, an opportunity to shoot the highly acclaimed golf ball cannon, a delicious BBQ luncheon, an awards ceremony, team photos and so much more. The cost is $150 per player, $580 per four-player team or $850 for a business team sponsorship. Tournament play begins at 9 a.m.
Be on the lookout for an email from the Foundation office with instructions for volunteer sign-ups.
For entry and sponsorship information, phone 775-445-3240.