Swing for Scholars

Date/Time

Sep 23, 2013
11:00 AM until 08:00 PM

Description

Proceeds from this golf tournament event will directly support Page Grants – scholarships to students of color pursuing post-secondary education. In the past 25 years, they have supported over 5,000 students in pursuit of their dreams of post-secondary education.

The event begins with registration, driving range, and box lunch at 11:00 am, shot gun starts at 1:00 pm. After 18 holes of golf, guests will enjoy a Fulton beer tasting, steak dinner, silent auction, and awards ceremony.

Several former Vikings players will join golfers on the course.

This tournament is limited to 144 golfers.

Cost

$150 for individual; $600 for foursome.

Location

View map Deer Run Golf Club
8661 Deer Run Drive
Victoria, MN

Additional Information

Sponsor

Page Education Foundation

Phone

612-332-0406

Contact name

Carolyn Jones

Contact email

carolyn@page-ed.org

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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