CANADIAN LAKES – Symetra Tour golfers will check in a little early at Tullymore Golf Resort for the special Eagle Village Pro-Am on Monday, June 27, to benefit Eagle Village’s youth programs.
The Symetra Tour players will be part of the July 1-3, $100,000, Symetra Tour stop at Tullymore Resort on “The Road to the LPGA,” but first play with amateur golfers and friends of Eagle Village in the Monday pro-am scramble at Katke Golf Course on the campus of Ferris State University in Big Rapids.
“We felt incorporating a charitable aspect to the Tullymore Classic was a natural thing for Tullymore Golf Resort, and Eagle Village is well known in the Canadian Lakes area for the great work they accomplish,” Don Williams, Tullymore COO said.
“We want to encourage golfers and really everybody in the community to come out and play golf with one of these young professional stars of the future on Monday, and help a great cause in the process.”
Check out the details to enter by June 20 at: https://www.eaglevillage.org/eagle-village-pro-am-june-27/
Katke Golf Course is sponsoring the site and golf packages. Tullymore is underwriting the cost of the professionals playing with foursomes that day. Cost to enter a team is $1,000 or $250 per person.
Registration will start at Noon that day at Katke, and the shotgun start golf will start at 1 p.m.
Golfers will receive the Bulldog Package, which includes 18 holes of golf with car, practice range balls, a sleeve of Titleist NXT golf balls, an on-course grill cookout, a complimentary “Be our Guest card” valid for 18 holes of golf on the next visit to Katke, a 20 percent discount on items in the golf shop and participation in all the proxy games like closest-to-the-pin shots and longest drive contests.
Each golfer in the event will also receive free admission to the Tullymore Classic, and are certain to become a fan of the player they are paired with in the pro-am.
The Eagle Village Pro-Am leads into Tuesday practice rounds and a junior clinic at Tullymore Golf Resort. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday admission is complimentary while Friday, Saturday and Sunday tournament day tickets will be available at the main entrance; one day general admission $10, three-day general admission $18.
via Greg Johnson