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Tiger Tee-Off set for Saturday

Tourney helps fund BI sports

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POSTED: June 6, 2012 10:16 a.m.
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Fred Mingledorff Jr. from Hinesville Ford (left) met with Tiger Tee-Off organizer Ken Griffin about the donation of an automobile that will be awarded to any player who scores a hole-in-one on No. 3, which is a par-3 hole during Saturday’s fundraiser.

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The Bradwell Tigers golf team will host its 15th annual Tiger Tee-Off at 1 p.m. Saturday at Cherokee Rose Country Club.
“This tournament is what helps to fund and support non-revenue producing sports such as the golf and tennis teams at Bradwell Institute,” Bradwell golf coach Ken Griffin said.
Fees are $50 per player or $200 per team. Each team will compete in a scramble format. Players also will have an opportunity to compete in the longest drive and closest to the pin contests.
Fred Mingledorff Jr. of Hinesville Ford will donate an automobile to any player who scores a hole-in-one on the par-3 No. 3.
Griffin is seeking hole sponsors at $100 apiece. Five holes remain available for sponsorship.
 “We have good support from the alumni in recent years, and we really want to thank Cherokee Rose for the access they allow the golf program to have practice and hosting tournaments during the golf season,” Griffin said. “I especially would like to invite any of the military from Fort Stewart that would like to play in the tournament. We would love to have them.”
For more information, call Griffin at 478-494-2016 or 876-5503 or submit entry information by email to kgriffin@liberty.k12.ga.us




 

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