Last year a full field of 144 golfers participated as a commitment to helping end homelessness in Southeastern Massachusetts.
“This is always a fun and exciting event, and we welcome all of our past players as new participants,” said company CEO Carol Bulman. “This year we hope it’s going to be the biggest turnout ever.”
The event, run by Jack Conway & Co., will benefit homeless causes throughout Southeastern Massachusetts. For more than two decades, Conway Country golfers have helped raise over $500,000 since the tournament’s inception in 1984, which went directly to shelters like MainSpring House in Brockton, Conway House in Middleboro and Evelyn House in Stoughton.
“It goes to help many worthy causes, particularly Father Bill’s & Mainspring,” said Conway. “We have a strong group of supporters and we’re always looking for more golfers and people who want to participate.”
The event all kicks off with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. using a four-person scramble format. There will also be prizes for closest to the pin, long drive and low gross scramble (team prize). The $125 player fee includes a cart, luncheon buffet and raffles.
Established in 1961, Easton Country Club is an 18-hole course featuring oversized greens and wide fairways that are often guarded by woods, streams and ponds.
You can sign up for the tournament as an individual player, or register an entire foursome. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. For more information, call Denis Lilla at 508-946-2290.
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