College Could Benefit from PGA Tour Event
Submitted on July 2, 2018
Not a golfer? That’s ok!
More of a putt-putt golfer with the windmills? That’s ok too!
Love your alma mater? That’s REALLY ok!!
Golfer or not, your action during the PGA Barbasol Championship July 16-22 at Champions Keene Trace could be beneficial to Georgetown College. GC is partnering with the Blue Grass Community Foundation for Birdies for the Bluegrass, an activity intended to maximize the tournament’s impact for the benefit of local non-profit organizations.
It’s a fun and easy way to support Georgetown College. You can make a one-time gift, or you can have even more fun by making a pledge based on the number of birdies that will take place during the tournament. And Barbasol will match your gift up to 10%, so it’s definitely a win-win!
Besides that, you can take a guess as to how many birdies you think will occur during the tournament and maybe win a two-year lease on a Lexus!
Get full details and donate at www.birdiesforthebluegrass.com.
Who knows? If not already a regular on the links, you might decide you like golf!
About PGA TOUR
PGA Tour events generated more than $180 million for charities in 2017 and have now raised an all-time total of $2.65 billion for charity. The tournament, played the same weekend as the British Open, will be broadcast live each day on Golf Channel. It is one of only 45 regular-season tournaments before the FedEx Cup Playoffs.