Groton Rotary Seeks Players, Sponsors for Golf Tournament May 31

Groton, CT – The Groton Rotary Club is seeking players and sponsors for its annual golf tournament, scheduled for Friday, May 31, at the Shennecossett Golf Course, a historic Donald Ross designed 18-hole course in Groton

Proceeds from the tournament will benefit the club’s youth scholars and community grants program.
The tournament is open to the entire community.  The cost is $125 per player and $100 for players who are members of the Shennecossett Golf Club.  The fee includes 18 holes of golf, a golf cart, lunch, dinner and awards.

Registration and lunch is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. The tournament will start with a shotgun tee off at 12:30 p.m.

The Groton Rotary Club is seeking both corporate and hole sponsors.  Corporate sponsorships are $1,000 and include a banner with the company’s logo, program recognition and a foursome. Corporate Scholarship Sponsorship are $2000 and include the benefits of a Corporate Sponsor plus the naming of a scholarship for the business.  Hole sponsorships are $100 and include signage with the company’s logo.
The Groton Rotary Club is proud to continue its special sponsor category – the Military Sponsorship.  This is a special opportunity for area businesses to help Rotary honor our community’s service members from all branches both active and veterans.

The $500 cost will cover the greens fees for four (4) military service personnel.  The sponsoring business will be recognized by a tee sign and in the program.  The Groton Rotary Club will recruit the military four-somes from all branches of the service in our military community.

There will be cash prizes for the top four (4) low gross scores. There will be raffles at all three Par 3 holes.

Make your check out to the Groton Rotary Club and mail it to John Silsby, 74 Sharon Road, Mystic, CT 06355.

For further details on the tournament, check the Groton Rotary Club website at www.grotonrotary.org. Or contact John Silsby at 860-383-3265 or e-mail him at johnpsilsby@yahoo.com.

The Groton Rotary Club raises funds annually to finance scholar awards and grants approved by its community foundation.