Date Set For Football's Annual Gridiron Golf Duel
North Greenville University Football is pleased to host its annual Gridiron Golf Duel this year at Cherokee Valley Country Club in Travelers Rest. The tournament format is Captain's Choice and will be played on Monday, July 16, with registration beginning at 9 a.m.
The cost of registration is $75 for a single player and $300 per team. Other sponsorship opportunities are also available.
Identical to last year's event, all of the proceeds from the Golf Duel will directly assist the current football student-athletes as they represent NGU in the Gulf South Conference. Through the generous support in previous years, North Greenville Football has been able to purchase new headsets, begin the process of upgrading the locker room, and purchase new equipment for the athletes.
Click on the “For more information” link below to complete the registration form that provides you with more information and the opportunity to reserve your spot for the Golf Duel. If you have any questions, feel free to email or call Coach Farrington at email@example.com / 864.977.7112 or Sam Houston at firstname.lastname@example.org / 864.414.6913.
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