Support College of Business Students by Participating in September 21 Golf Tournament
Come join us for the College of Business (CoB) Classic Open Benefit Golf Tournament on Friday, September 21 at Riverside Country Club, the day before the Montana State University Homecoming football game against Northern Colorado. The four-member, scramble format tournament is open to all players and will begin with a 12:30 p.m. shotgun start.
The profits from this tournament will be used to fund student enhancement programs and scholarships. At the last scholarship banquet, April 2012, two “Friends of the Classic Open Benefit Golf Tournament” scholarships were awarded to business students Dakun Hu and Joseph Fauth.
Participants may sign up as single players or a team of four. The tournament entry fee is $125 per golfer, which includes lunch, an entry prize, two mulligans, a Hole-in-One competition, the awards ceremony with tasty hors d’oeuvres, an auction and great team and individual prizes.
Continuing the tournament tradition, players on the team with the best gross score will have their names etched in the prestigious traveling crystal trophy and receive the honor of displaying the trophy at their place of business throughout the year. Last year’s winning team, sponsored by Mountain West Bank, was comprised of Graver Johnson, Paul Pahut, Willie Schlaebitz and Neil Thomas.
The tournament has been very successful in past years, and the CoB is excited about the positive feedback and interest received for this year’s tournament. The success is due largely to the generosity of the sponsors, prize donations and the enthusiasm and spirit of the golfers.
For those who wish to make a contribution to the tournament, great sponsorship options are available. These contributions give participating businesses strong visibility at the event, as well as ensure the golf tournament’s success.
To reserve a spot in the tournament, for sponsorship options or more information on the CoB Classic Open Benefit Golf Tournament, contact Audrey Lee at (406) 994-7026 or e-mail her at at email@example.com.
This event can also be found on the MSU Events Calendar: http://calendar.msu.montana.edu/events/7021.