By: Sharon Aron Baron
Be an integral part of a fund-raising event for the St. Andrew Catholic Church and scholarships for the school by attending the 15th Annual St. Andrew Bill McAlpine Golf Classic & Crystal Banquet
After raising over $19,000 last year and $250,000 in total, the Golf Classic has become a tradition.
Held on Saturday October 13, 2018. The event will feature a day of golf at the Country Club of Coral Springs. Other activities include a putting contest, multiple hole-in-one prizes with a chance to win a car and other on-course contests, and team prizes.
This is a perfect way to entertain clients and meet new friends in an exciting setting. The event has a 12:30 shotgun start with registration, as well as lunch, beginning at 11:00 a.m.
Later that evening, join them at the Crystal Anniversary Banquet Dinner & Open Bar starting at 5 p.m. as they bring the party home to the St. Andrew Social Hall for the 15th Year. All golfers and dinner guests will enjoy an open bar, appetizers and a buffet dinner as well as the option to participate in the silent auction and purchase raffle tickets for a tremendous array of prizes.
The cost for a foursome is only $450 if you register by August 31, 2018. The price after that date is $550. The fee for an individual golfer is $150. The fee for the golf includes lunch and beverages at the course, golf, golf cart, entry to the Crystal Anniversary banquet and a gift bag.
The dinner cost is only $50 per person if paid by September 30, 2018. There is also an option to purchase a table for eight people for $320 ($40 per person). The cost for an individual dinner guest after September 30, is $60.
To mail in a donation or payment, please make checks payable to St. Andrew Men’s Club and mail to the following address:
Bill McAlpine Classic
c/o St. Andrew Parish
9950 NW 29th Street
Coral Springs, FL 33065
If you have any questions, please contact [email protected]. The Country Club of Coral Springs is located at 10800 W. Sample Road, Coral Springs.
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