Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Area Sports

June 26, 2012

Golf outing to benefit Pinewood Preschool

CROSSVILLE — Druid Hills Country Club will be the sight of the second annual Fairfield Glade Owner's Couples golf tournament to be held Sept. 22 with a 3:30 p.m. shotgun start. This will be a nine-hole scramble with your spouse or significant other, with a winning foursome on the front nine and a winning foursome on the back nine holes.

The committee hopes of having two foursomes on all par fours and fives and one foursome on the par 3 holes, for a total of 128 golfers.The lowest half scores on each of the nine holes will be randomly paired with the upper half scores to achieve the winning foursome. This format allows anyone to be a winner and enjoy the play.

The entry fee is $15 per couple and must accompany the registration form to be received by Sept. 8 to qualify to play. The tournament is limited to the first 64 couples received by the cutoff date. Everyone is responsible for paying his or her own green fees. Prize money will depend on the number of entries.

Following play, there will be an optional dinner at Red's Ale House, and you must mark your registration form as to if you are planning on attending. This is also at your own expense.

The entry fees are to assist Pinewood Preschool for needed books and educational materials. A small portion will be used to pay the prize money for the winning teams.

Entry forms may be picked up at any of the four courses in Fairfield Glade and mailed  to Leroy and Janet Hammond, 44 Brooks Lane, Fairfield Glade, TN 38558. Please make check for entry fee payable to LeRoy Hammond.

The committee hopes this will be a success and everyone has fun while making some money for a very worthy cause.

For more information, call LeRoy Hammond at (931) 335-9379.

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