Operation T’ing Off

Operation T’ing Off is June 3rd, 2023.

This 4-Man scramble will be at the Carthage Municipal Golf Course.

4-Person Scramble fundraiser for Charlie 22 Outdoors

Registration starts at 7:00 AM

Shotgun starts at 8:00

$100 per player / Veterans and Active Duty play for free

Payouts will be determined by amount of entries / 50 teams max

Closest to the Pin contests on all par 3’s (Hole #3 is a 50/50 pot)

Raffles and Silent Auction will be held throughout the day

Sponsorships

Alpha – Banner / Team Entry $500

Bravo – Banner $300

Charlie – Hole Sign $200

You can form your own team, but it is required that you have at least one veteran or active duty personnel playing on your team. Veterans and Active Duty can also sign up individually and be placed on a 3 person team if you do not have one to play with.

ALL VETERANS AND ACTIVE DUTY PERSONNEL ARE WELCOME TO PLAY

Breakfast is provided during registration, lunch will be provided starting at 12:00 PM, and drinks will be provided during your round. There is NO ALCOHOL allowed in this event.

For more details, or to sign up, contact Scott Hettinger at 417-437-7247 or charlie22outdoors@gmail.com

Deadline to sign up and sponsor is May 20th

100% of proceeds go directly to Charlie 22 Outdoors and events to help veterans and their families.

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