Grant Wistrom Charity Golf Tournament

The Grant Wistrom Foundation will be holding its Second Annual Charity Golf Tournament, which will take place Saturday, May 22, at Woodland Hills Golf Course in Eagle, Neb. Registration will begin at 12:30 p.m. tee-off at 2:00 p.m. The event will feature a Celebrity-Am format, where four-member teams will be paired with one celebrity in a scramble tournament. Former Huskers as well as the Foundation's namesake and many others will be on hand to participate in the charity fundraiser.

Entry fees for the event are $125 per player or $500 per foursome. Each participate will receive golf cart, green fees, dinner, two drink tickets and pre-event party ticket.

In addition to the Charity Golf Tournament, a pre-party will kick off the festivities on the evening of Friday, May 21, at the Holiday Inn Downtown in Lincoln. Tickets may be purchased in advance at Golf USA for $25 or for $30 at the door on the day of the event. Pre-party will feature Paul Phillips entertainment as well a silent auction.

Proceeds from the charity event will benefit Camp CoHoLo, a retreat located near Gretna, Neb., that provides children with cancer and other blood-related illnesses the opportunity to escape the world of hospitals, doctors and medical treatments and enter an outdoor environment filled with recreation, friendship and support.

For further registration information on the Second Annual Grant Wistrom Charity Golf Tournament, contact Amanda Shaul at (402) 384-1700.

Ex-Huskers committed-Eric Anderson; Damon Benning; Michael Booker; Ben Buettenbach; Terry Connealy; John Cook; Chris Dishman; Phil Elllis; Pat Engelbert; Clint Finley; Jon Hesse; Matt Hockinson; Loren Kaiser; Billy LeFluer; Greg List; Charlie McBride; Kory Mikos; Brian Nunns; Jared Tomich; Matt Vrzal; Eric Weigert; Jamel Williams; Tracey Wistrom; Dan Young; John Zatechka; Rob Zatechka; Pre-Event Party only-Troy Branch; Jaimie Burrow; Adrian Fiala; Chad Kelsay; Mark Mumford; Doak Ostergard; Milt Tenopir; Tony Veland

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