PAUL HOWRY MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

DETAILS
When: Tuesday, August 2, 2022
Where: Edgewood Golf Course
Format: Four Person Scramble  |  Shotgun Start  |  California Handicap System

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
11:00am Lunch and Registration
11:45am Program
12:00pm  Tee-Off

INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES
•  Corporate Sponsorship   |  $700: Sponsorship includes green fees, cart, lunch, tournament gift for team of 4, and a chance for prizes. Company logo is displayed on a sign at the clubhouse and on YMCA website/social media. Maximum of 8 mulligans per team.
•  4 Person Golf Team  |  $600: Entry fee includes green fees, cart, lunch, tournament gift, and chance for prizes. Maximum of 8 mulligans per team. Entry limited to the first 32 teams.
•  Hole Sponsorship  |  $350: Company name is displayed on the course. Company may staff their hole on the course to promote their business and/or conduct an on-course contest.
•  Donate  |  Give to the Paul Howry Endowment Fund. Money raised goes towards assisting YMCA participants with mental and physical disabilities. 

TOURNAMENT PRIZES
Prizes will be awarded for the following:
1st – 2nd Places: Team Gross Score
1st – 4th Places: Team Net Score

REGISTRATION
Click here to download the registration form.
Questions? Please reach out to Ashleigh Ackley, at ashleigh.ackley@ymcacassclay.org or 701.364.4120.


ABOUT THE PAUL HOWRY MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

The Paul Howry Memorial Golf Tournament is held annually in honor of a man who gave generously to the YMCA in spirit, mind, and body. Since its start in 1990, tournament proceeds have been used to build the Paul Howry Endowment Fund. The fund is set up to assist YMCA participants with mental and physical disabilities, both youth and adult, by providing them with equipment and services that allow them to stay active and learn life skills. The YMCA has been able to provide features for those with disabilities in the Y’s facilities such as a pool lift, changing tables, and other items in the family bathrooms and locker rooms, and accessible busses and doorways. Adaptive swimming lessons and other exercise programs have also been put in place, along with staff that promote inclusiveness and program involvement.