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20th Annual Chesapeake College Golf Tournament
Sponsorship options remain; event funds athletic scholarships Registration/Sponsorship form (PDF)

WYE MILLS – Chesapeake College’s 20th Annual Golf Tournament has openings for teams to play in the October 3rd event at Hunters Oak Golf Club.

There is a $600 charge for four-person teams to play in the 18-hole, shot-gun start event. That charge, which includes a minimum tee sponsorship, includes the golf and cart fees, continental breakfast, lunch during play, a social hour and buffet dinner after the tournament, and awards ceremony.

The college is also seeking individuals and businesses interested in being tournament sponsors. Sponsorship options range from $100 for tee sponsors to $250 for hole sponsors, $1,000 for double-eagle sponsors and $3,000 for hole in one/tournament co-sponsors.

Tee sponsors have their company names on signs placed prominently on the course during play while hole sponsors have customized flags placed on a green during play. (The flags are given to the sponsors after the tournament.)

Double-eagle sponsors receive a plaque and recognition in the tournament program. Hole-in-one tournament co-sponsors receive a plaque, recognition in the tournament program, and recognition on the tournament banner.

Both the double-eagle and hole-in-one sponsors also receive a golf foursome for the tournament, which includes the golf and cart fees, continental breakfast, lunch during play, a social hour and buffet dinner after the tournament, and awards ceremony.

Proceeds from the annual golf tournament fund the college’s athletic scholarships. More than 500 athletic scholarships have been awarded from tournament proceeds since the inaugural tournament in 1992.

Individuals interested in reserving a team, or becoming a sponsor, may contact Becky Fauver at (410) 822-5400, 758-1537, or 228-4360, extension 259.

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