Nov. 15 Honours Golf Charity Classic raises funds for CSC
Craft Farms Golf Resort, Peninsula Golf and Racquet Club and Rock Creek Golf Club have joined together to host the Annual Honours Golf Charity Classic sponsored by Lucy Buffett’s LuLu’s. The tournament will be on Nov.15 at Craft Farms Golf Resort. The goal of this golf tournament is to raise funds for the Christian Service Center, with 100 percent of tournament proceeds going to the organization.
The Charity Classic will donate 100 percent of proceeds back to the Christian Service Center. The tournament is a four-person scramble and open to the public. Prizes will be given for the top three places in both gross and net divisions. Additional prizes include longest drive, closest to the pin, and longest putt.
Currently, committees are at work securing golfers, sponsors and raffle prizes. The tournament can accommodate up to 120 golfers at $125 per player. Tournament fees include lunch, drinks on the course, prizes and a tee gift. To sign up to play in this event, or for sponsorship opportunities, please contact Ryan Mello, club manager of Craft Farms Golf Resort by calling 251.968.3002.
The Title Sponsor for this year’s tournament is Lulu’s Gulf Shores. Gulf Shores Garden Club has also signed on as a sponsor. “We decided to host the Honours Golf Charity Classic, because we want to continue to give back to our community,” said Chad Leonard, regional director of club operations for Honours Golf. “After a successful inaugural event, we’re looking forward to working with the Christian Service Center again. We hope to provide them with additional funding to continue their mission of helping people when they need it the most.”
Lucy Buffett’s LuLu’s has returned as the title sponsor of the Charity Classic for the second consecutive year and is proud to partner with an organization like the Christian Service Center.
“We feel that the Christian Service Center’s impact on our community is of utmost importance,” said Gerald Tipton, Regional General Manager, LuLu’s. “The services they provide are critical to our community and families in need.’’