- South Carolina Autism Society s 10th Annual Fun in the Fall Golf Tournament Friday, October 26, 2012 Join us for our 10th Annual Fun in the Fall GolfMessage 1 of 1 , Oct 22, 2012View Source
South Carolina Autism Society’s
10th Annual Fun in the Fall Golf Tournament
Friday, October 26, 2012
Join us for our 10th Annual Fun in the Fall Golf Tournament!
Modified "Shamble" Format
Each team member hits a drive, the team picks the best one. From that point, each player plays his or her ball out and the best two scores of the team are recorded. Pick up double bogeys.
Cost: $125/player & $500/foursome
greens fee, cart, practice balls, dinner, refreshments, gift and beverages.
Event will begin at 1 pm
12:00 pm Registration & Driving Range
1:00 pm Tee Time (shotgun start)
Live music, silent and live auction, and dinner provided. Spouse and/or guest welcome after the tournament for dinner and awards ceremony.
The Members Club at Woodcreek
301 Club Ridge Road,
Elgin, SC 29045
World renowned golf course designer Tom Fazio once said "A golf course should belong to nature instead of infringe upon it."
Fazio has skillfully molded the unique Midlands environment and topography into a scenic, challenging course that reveals more of its subtleties each time you play. Winding through hardwoods, wetlands, hills and valleys, Woodcreek is a natural beauty. You will encounter dazzling displays of wildflowers, natural streams, lakes, and even a waterfall. Driving through the Pecan Grove between holes 16 and 17, you will experience the powerful and unmistakable presence of Nature itself. It is as if you have stepped back in time...or out of it...into a place of absolute stillness.
The entire course has an ambiance of serenity and tranquility that lets you concentrate on your game, enjoy the company of friends and experience the essence of the sport...the way it was meant to be played.
Closest to the Pin
Raffle Tickets $ 5.00
What Can I Do?
Put a team together! Gather your friends and support the SC Autism Society.
Ask your friends or business associates to become a sponsor.
Why Should I Participate?
Proceeds from the tournament will be used to enhance programs for families and individuals with autism spectrum disorders.
Autism is a developmental disability that interferes with the development of the brain in reasoning, social interaction and communication skills.
The South Carolina Autism Society has been serving individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their families for forty years.
Approximately 1 in 88 individuals have autism spectrum disorders.
South Carolina Autism Society
Special Events Coordinator, Strides for Autism
Project Coordinator, Guardianship & Protection Grant
Project Coordinator, All Are Welcome Grant