Spring Scramble

27th Annual Spring Scramble

FRIDAY, MAY 3, 2019
4-Person Scramble
Noon Lunch • 1:00 p.m. Shotgun Start

Entry fee of $125 per player for this fun tournament includes green and cart fees, lunch, beverages, games and contests; plus entry in skins pot. Cash prizes up to $2,000 are divided among top 4 teams in each flight. Great hole-in-one prizes include a car sponsored by Roberts Robinson Chevrolet Buick GMC.

All proceeds from your participation will fund GSC programs; helping families with housing, food, utilities, and health care expenses. Many of these families work or have lost their jobs and are trying, but just can’t cover all of their monthly costs when an emergency hits.

The golf course is beautiful. There are lots of contests and prizes, food and drinks as well as goody bags stuffed with items. If you plan to play golf anyway this spring, you can help GSC with its mission. This is a great excuse for another round of golf! Click here for Golf Entry.

We are also looking for tournament sponsors. The Spring Scramble is made possible by generous donors of prizes and raffles of cash, gift certificates and merchandise. Sponsorships as small as $150, or as large as $4,000 will be used to minimize tournament expenses and deliver the most help possible to needy families. There are also opportunities to sponsor specific parts of the tournament, such as prizes, photo cart, beverages and more. Click here for sponsorship form.

Please join us for this fun day of golf. For more information contact Martha Buckman by email or phone 816-630-2718, ext. 28. We only have room for the first 144 golfers who return their entries and we want to count you in. If you can’t make it to the tournament, please consider a donation or sponsorship, and help us at the Good Samaritan Center make a difference.

Neighborhood Assistance Program Business Tax Credits are available for most sponsorships.

Hope to hear from you soon,

The 2019 Golf Committee: Bob Hart, Martha Buckman, John McGovern, Dan Paige, Kelli Rice, Misti Ledford, Ann Case, Martin Conrad, Ambrose Buckman, Larry Tesar