39th Annual Jack Conway Memorial Golf Tournament for the Homeless
On Site Contests
Included with your entry
Low Gross Scores
Prizes will be awarded for 1st & 2nd Low Gross Team
score for the scramble.
Closest to the Pin
Contest on hole #16, one contest to include men and
Contests for each, men & women, will be on hole #18
On Course Games
Closest to the Pin
The Player’s ball that is closest to the pin without the use of a
Mulligan will be declared the winner. The winner will receive
half the pot or $100 whichever is less.
On the Green Contest
Every participant landing on the green, without the use of a
Mulligan, will receive a raffle ticket drawn amongst those
players that reach the green. The prize is half the pot or $100
whichever is less. The remaining tickets will be added to the
general raffle prize drawing.
Every participant gets a chance to hit a “snowball” off the tee
and the distance is measured. The player to hit the snowball
the farthest off the tee is the winner, and receives half the pot
or $50, whichever is less. There is one winner for each,
women and men.
***Mulligans, $5 each up to two max, may use them anywhere on the golf course***
Beat the Pro
Julie Houston, a native of Allen, Texas, is a professional
golfer playing on the Symetra (Epson) Tour and Women’s
All Pro Tour. Since turning professional in 2019, Julie has
already picked up two professional victories on the WAPT.
Julie was named the 2020 True Professional at BackSwing
Golf Events for her professional manner and hard work.
Julie played college golf at The University of Texas, San
Antonio, where she also received a Bachelor's degree in
Marketing. During her collegiate career, Julie won three
events including the Conference USA Individual Title.
She also had other major accomplishments such as
competing in the US Amateur after winning the qualifier
to earn the spot, Texas Women’s Amateur Runner-Up,
and Texas Stroke Play Champion. Julie served as
TeamCaptain in her senior year at UTSA where she led
the team to Regionals.
A competitive gymnast turned golfer; Julie fell in love with
the game of golf at the age of 12. Now, she is pursuing
professional golf while working at BackSwing to give back
to her community and explore sales as a potential career.
4 Person Team Scramble Rules
1. Each player hits a tee shot, men from the blue, women and seniors 75 and up may hit from the red.
2. The team then selects the best ball of the group.
3. All players will then hit their second shot from within one club length of that spot no nearer the hole.
4. Play will continue in this manner until a member of the team holes out.
5. One score is then recorded for the entire team.
6. Play will continue in this manner throughout the round of golf.
7. The team will be required to select each team member’s drive at least TWICE throughout the 18 holes of play.