Proceeds Benefit Goodwill Programs and Services for People with Disabilities
Fort Myers — Registration is now open to reserve a player spot in the 10th Goodwill Golf Classic. The annual four-person scramble is May 6th at the River Hall Country Club. Proceeds benefit programs and services offered through Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida that help people with disabilities and disadvantages remove barriers to independence.
“We invite players to enjoy a top-notch area golf course while also supporting our mission of helping nearly 25,000 individuals annually in Southwest Florida improve their lives,” said John Nadeau, Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida CEO/President.
Players will tee off at 8:30 a.m. on the 18-hole course, which is a Davis Love III design, and has come to be respected throughout the region as one of the most distinctive and sought-after courses for players of all levels. After golfing, a BBQ lunch will be provided and trophies will be awarded. The top prize will be a $7,500 Golf Vacation to play at Pebble Beach, including airfare, hotel and golf accommodations — to win, a player must score a Hole-in-One on the designated hole during the tournament.
Dozens of other prizes will be available through course contests and raffles. Cost is $125 per player or $500 per foursome. A limited number of sponsorships are available, such as lunch ($1,500) or hole sponsors ($250).
Players and sponsors can register online at: www.goodwillswfl.org/golfclassic2021.
For more information, contact a member of the communications team at (239) 995-2106. A limited number of volunteer opportunities are available. If you are interested in volunteering, contact Rebekah at (239) 995-2106 Ext. 2286 to volunteer.
Goodwill SWFL is committed to serving people with disabilities or disadvantages by offering life-changing opportunities to achieve independence. Programs include employment, skills training, small business courses, and affordable housing. Visit www.goodwillswfl.org for more information.