When: May 20, 2019
Foothill's 24th annual golf tournament is a highly anticipated event brings together friends and family in support of Foothill's financial aid program. Every dollar raised helps FCS families undergoing hardship, due to unemployment, medical set backs, death of a loved one, or single parenting, keep their children enrolled. Over 24 years ago, superintendent, Bo Gutzwiller, with a team of dedicated parents, launched the first golf classic. "We started with a plan and soaked it in prayer. The vision is simply this: No parent should have to withdraw their child from our school because of severe hardship." Hundreds of assisted families later, the golf classic proved to be a wonderful success because of people like you! Thanks for your support!
2 foursomes, 2 tee signs, extensive electronic recognition (including website and newsletters), acknowledgment in program, prominent display of corporate logo, preferred banquet seating, live recognition at banquet, gift bags, and range balls.
Silver Sponsor | $2,500
1 foursome, 2 tee signs, acknowledgment in program, prominent display of corporate logo, preferred banquet seating, live recognition at banquet, gift bags, and range balls.
Bronze Sponsor | $1,500
1 foursome, 1 tee sign, acknowledgment in program, gift bags, and range balls.
Foursome | $780
Individual Golfer | $195
Tee Sponsorship | $250
Non Golfing Dinner Guest | $30
Four Person Scramble
Every player tees off and the best shot is selected. Each player then plays from that spot within one club length of the original ball chosen. This process is continued until the ball is holed.
On the putting green, the ball must be placed within six inches of the ball selected not closer to the hole.
Each shot MUST be played from the same cut of grass as ball selected (i.e. rough to rough, etc.). Must use every player’s driver at least twice.
Mulligans (or extra shots)
Mulligans can be purchased in the Big Hitter Package. They can be used for any shot on the course other than contest holes.
3 - Somes & 5 - Somes
In a 3-some, one player will take the fourth shot on each hole, keeping the same rotation throughout the 18 holes.
In a 5-some, one player will step aside on each shot, having only 4 players play from each shot keeping the same rotation throughout the 18 holes.