11th Annual Christopher Gage Memorial Golf Tournament

11th Annual Christopher Gage Memorial Golf Tournament

Community Events
Saturday, August 13, 2016
12pm
Eagle Springs Golf Course

NOTE: This event is sold out.

Join us for the 11th Annual Christopher Gage Memorial Golf Tournament, benefitting Children’s Miracle Network and Mid-America Transplant. A player’s entry fee is $80, which covers participation in the tournament, including the cart and green fees, lunch, dinner, drinks on the course, and a ticket for the attendence prize raffle. For a team entry the fee is $320 total. Additional activities include the Long Drive Contest, the Closest to the Pin Contest, the Hole in One Shootouts, and use of the practice facilities. There will also be a silent auction.

Entries are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Another sellout is expected, so to reserve your spot as soon as possible!

A donation of $100 gives you the honor of being a hole sponsor for the Tournament. As a hole sponsor, your company name and logo will be presented on the tee box on the hole of your choice. Your company name and logo will also be displayed in the Tournament Handbook that every player will receive. A donation of $200 gives you the honor of being an exclusive hole sponsor, in which your company name and logo will appear by itself on the tee box and in the Handbook.

Donations of any size are greatly appreciated, as are items for the silent auction and attendance prize raffle.

The tournament will be held at the Eagle Spring Golf Course, located at 2575 Redman Ave. St. Louis, MO 63136. Please arrive by noon for lunch and registration, the Shot Gun Start is at 1:00p.m.

To participate, please fill out this form and return with payment to:
Christopher Gage Memorial
37 St. Nicholas Ct.
O’Fallon, MO 63366

For more information contact Dan Wendt at (314)325-5050 or drwendt5050@yahoo.com

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