Shyatt to Host Golf Tournament
The Captain's Choice format tournament will have two flights with the first flight to begin with a shotgun start at 7:00 AM. The second flight will begin at 1:00 PM. The entry fee is $70 per person or $250 for a four-person team. The fee includes cart, golf balls, golf glove and meal. There are still opportunities for corporate sponsorship and hole sponsors. First prize is a $200 gift certificate, while second place is a $140 gift certificate and third place an $80 gift certificate. There also will be a $200 gift certificate to the person who raises the most money for the cause, in addition to a long drive and closest to the pin contests. A new car will also be up for grabs for anyone making a Hole in One. "This will be a special day at a special place," said Shyatt. "The Boys and Girls Clubs provide a positive place for young people to realize their potential and I am proud to be a part of this project. "This event will also be an opportunity for our family to thank the wonderful people in this area who touched our lives the last eight years. I encourage everyone to come to the Walker Course on June 30, it will be a lot of fun." To enter the event the tournament, contact Jeff Williams at (864) 225-7381. All tax-deductible pledges and donations should be made payable to the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club, PO Box 43, Anderson, SC 29622.
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