10th Annual Golf Classic

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Name: 10th Annual Golf Classic
Date: July 14, 2017
Time: 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM EDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:

2017 United Way/Madison County Chamber Golf Classic Presented by Community Hospital

The Madison County Chamber/United Way of Madison County 10th Annual Golf Classic will be held Friday, July 14, 2017 at the Anderson Country Club, 602 North Shore Blvd. Check-in is at 7 a.m. and noon. Entry includes green fees, range balls, cart and one 50/50 Ball Drop raffle ticket per player.  Coffee and donuts, beverages and lunch also included. Deadline to register is July 10. 

Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd 3rd place. Various contest prizes for longest drive, closest to the pin, most accurate and team putting contest will also be awarded. 



• Two teams of 4 players in Golf Classic
• Company name on promotional material, event day materials, hole signage and website with link to your site.
• One “50/50 Ball Drop” raffle ticket for each player
          • One team of 4 players in Golf Classic
• Company name on promotional material, event day materials, hole signage and website with link to your site.
• One “50/50 Ball Drop” raffle ticket for each player​​
  • One team of four players in Golf Classic
  • One 50/50 Ball Drop raffle ticket for each player
• Two players in Golf Classic, 
• Company name on promotional material, event day materials, hole signage and website with link to your site.
• One “50/50 Ball Drop” raffle ticket for each player
Bring out your staff and serve as our official bag drop crew and provide curbside service to all players on both flights. Sponsorship includes a player gift that features your logo along with the Golf Classic’s logo. The bag drop area will be branded with your name and your staff will get the opportunity to connect with each player directly.
$1000 50/50 BALL DROP SPONSOR - $1500    SOLD    
• Exclusive 50/50 Ball Drop Sponsor and naming rights holder-
  "Business Name" 50/50 Ball Drop
• Included on all pre-event marketing and ticket sales
• Optional Business Logo printed on Ball Drop tickets




Sponsor our Mulligan Giveaway item and serve as our Mulligan team during the event, giving you the opportunity to interact with every player.  Includes event signage with your logo.

Your donation will be used for door prizes, golfer prize awards, attendee amenities, etc. and you name will appear on event materials.


Your company name will appear on hold/tee signage and on event materials as a prize donor.


Not a golfer?  Don't let that keep you from joining the fun at Anderson Country Club!  This special package includes:
  • Company name on promotional material, event day materials and hole signage
  • Company name listed as a $100 prize donor
  • Two tickets to the Networking Luncheon
  • Three 50/50 Ball Drop tickets.
Company’s name will appear on hole/tee signage.
• 2 mulligans + 2 Mulligan raffle tickets $15 per player (Advance Purchase)
• $20 per player day of event at Registration
Sign up early to sponsor and get months of advertising and PR exposure around the region. The Golf Classic is a featured event for both MCC and United Way and will be heavily promoted by both organizations in print, radio, online, and social media ... and you can be a part of it!
For more information contact the Chamber at 642-0264

To learn about purchasing Ball Drop tickets and more about the Network Lunch following the 1st flight, click here.

Interested in volunteering? The United Way needs volunteers to make this event a success! Click here to register!
Event Sponsors:

- Non-Golfer Sponsor

Event Sponsors:

Presenting Sponsor

Oasis Bar & Drink Sponsor

50/50 Ball Drop Sponsor

Gold Sponsor

Silver Sponsor

Bronze Sponsor

Interactive Hole Sponsor

Golf Cart Sponsor

Beverage Cart Sponsor

  • Becky's Happy Mule Cafe

- Mulligan Sponsor

  • Bethany Pointe Health Campus

Hire the Hotshot Sponsor

  • RE/MAX Real Estate Solutions

Putting Contest Sponsor

  • RE/MAX Real Estate Solutions
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