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The Ancilla College Golf Classic is the finest outing in the area. Your day will start with lunch before play begins as well as free drinks and snacks on the course during play. Once you finish your day on the course, you will enjoy a delicious dinner at Swan Lake Resort in the ballroom. It's all part of your registration fee. Proceeds from the event go directly to our students in the form of grants and scholarships. If you haven't played with us before, it's a great day and a great way to invest in the future of our students.
June 11th, 2018
Swan Lake Golf Resort
All times are E.D.T.
You can help our students with your support of this event, while at the same time spreading the word about your business. We have a number of great sponsorship opportunities available. This year’s outing will be on June 11, 2018 at Swan Lake Resort.
The Double Eagle Sponsor level provides you with: Two foursomes, the opportunity to distribute company materials, sponsor listing on 3’ x 6’ banner, marquee mentions during the evening awards ceremony, a table tent listing at dinner, a sponsor sign at a tee box or green. $2,500
The Eagle Sponsor level ($1,000) supports student scholarships and provides your company/firm/group with one foursome, a sponsor listing on the event banner, a sponsor mention during the awards ceremony, a table tent listing at dinner, and a sponsor sign at tee box or green.
A Par Sponsor (only $400 this year) pays for one golfer and a hole sponsor sign.
The popular Tee Box Sponsor provides for your sponsor sign at tee box or green. Just $250.
Optional Players Pack ($80 per team): Team Skins, Mulligans, Heavenly Putt tickets and Fling the Ring.
Playing in our outing is a lot of fun, thanks in part to the sisters of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ. The sisters volunteer as our Heavenly Putters. For a $20.00 donation per team, they will make your putt once you make the 9th green. Their putt does not count against your score and by Divine intervention, they always seem to make it in just one stroke.