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Golf Scramble set for June 6 at Temple Hills

Eighth-annual event to raise money for scholarships and facilities

May 13, 2011 · MT Athletic Communications
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - The eighth annual Greater Nashville Blue Raider Golf Scramble presented by Aramark has been set for Monday, June 6, 2011 at Temple Hills Golf Club in Franklin, TN. The event is sponsored by the Blue Raider Athletic Association in an effort to reach out to MT alumni in the Greater Nashville area to become involved with the BRAA for the funding of MT athletic scholarships and development of facilities.

The event gives individuals the opportunity to meet MT coaches and administrators as well as enjoy a great day of golf and fun. Last year the golf scramble drew 144 participants and raised over $25,000 for the BRAA.

  • Brochure/Registration Form (PDF)

    Items that participants receive for their entry fee:

  • Great round of golf at Temple Hills Golf Club
  • Golf cart
  • Range balls
  • Player gift will be a Cleveland golf shirt
  • Goody bag of special items
  • Lunch
  • Beverages before, during and after the scramble
  • Snacks after the scramble

    Entry Fees:
    Paid by June 1: $150/person or $600/team
    AFTER June 1: $165/person or $700/team

    Mulligans:
    Two(2) per person for $25 with chance to win set of golf irons

    Prizes:

  • Individual prizes for many contests on the course such as long drive, longest putt, etc.
  • Team prizes for team winner in several flights
  • Door prizes for some individuals
  • Silent Auction for approximately 20 items

    Sponsorships:

  • Blue Sponsorship $500 - includes foursome, tee/green signage, gift, lunch
  • Silver Sponsorship $1250 - includes foursome, tee/green signage, gift, lunch
  • Gold Sponsorship $2500 - includes foursome, tee/green signage and tournament signage, gift, lunch
  • Hole Sponsorship for tee or green $125

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