Four spots left for Eagle Springs charity golf tournament
August 5, 2010
WOLCOTT, Colorado – The Eagle Springs Golf Club, a private golf club near Wolcott, will host the inaugural Children’s Charity Classic golf tournament, established to raise money for two nonprofit groups focusing on the needs of the valley’s children: The Youth Foundation and Eagle Care Children’s Program.
Four of 18 team spots are still open for the tournament, which is Tuesday.
The Youth Foundation prepares children in need for success in life through education and recreational opportunities and mentoring. Vail Valley Medical Center’s Eagle Care Children’s Program provides childhood wellness care to the uninsured and under-insured children who live in Eagle County.
The field of 22 four-person teams will each pay $10,000 with individual slots available for $2,500 in this one-day event.
The tournament will be contested over 18 holes with awards for one gross and one net best ball of the foursome. To register or ask questions, call Eagle Springs Director of Membership and Head Golf Professional Mike Steiner at 970-926-4404.