June 8th – Hays Community YMCA
The Hays Communities YMCA is hosting a charity golf tournament on Friday, June 8, at the Plum Creek Golf Course. All the funds raised at the event will benefit youth and families in Hays County through the YMCA’s Partner of Youth fundraising campaign.
Registration is open until May 31, and player can sign up in person at the Hays Communities YMCAh (465 Buda Sportsplex Dr. Buda, TX 78610) or by downloading and mailing the registration form, available online athttp://www.austinymca.org/news/partner-youth-golf-tournament.
The cost is $100 per player and $400 per foursome. The fees includea tournament shirt, green fees, cart fees, pre-tournament snack, gift bag, awards, and a meal. Awards will be given to closest to the pin, longest drive and the lowest score.
Plum Creek Golf Course is located at 750 Kohlers Crossing, Kyle, TX 78640 .
For more information, contact Bret Kiester firstname.lastname@example.org or call 512-523-0099. Sponsorships are available.
October 8th – Upside of Down Charity Golf Tournament
The Upside Of Down Charity Golf Tournament will be held at River Place Country Club Golf Course on Monday, Oct. 8, 2012. River Place's 18-hole
championship course is truly one of the most beautiful and dramatic courses in central Texas, providing a mentally and physically challenging golf experience with breathtaking Hill Country views.
The registration fee is only $125 per golfer or $475 for a registered team of 4. Registration includes 18 holes of golf, golf cart, lunch and dinner, two drink tickets and an amazing golf voucher. The voucher allows each player to come back for a round of golf at River Place for just a $25 cart fee and bring three guests for a reduced rate of $49! You also get similar deals at the other five Dominion Golf Group properties! This alone is valued at almost $2500!!!
To help us properly plan for this event, please pre-register by going to
Proceeds from the Upside Of Down Charity Golf Tournament go to provide camp scholarships to individuals with Down syndrome from lower income families and toward Down syndrome research, which is in dire need of funding. Results from this research could increase cognition in people with Down syndrome up to 20% and create opportunities for Presley and others with Down syndrome that are currently so out of reach!