Robert McKamey Memorial Golf Classic Will Be Nov. 3

Friday, September 11, 2020

The second annual Robert McKamey Memorial Golf Classic has been set for Nov. 3 at Council Fire Golf Club. The shotgun start will be at noon.

The entry fee is $1,400 for a 4-person team, select shot. Each player will enjoy all food and beverages, a chance at the Grand Prize, and $125 per player to use in the virtual FootJoy Store where they'll shop online with a code and items will drop-ship direct to their door.

Supertickets are $25 per player and include two Mulligans and a closest to the pin contest.

A boxed lunch will be awaiting at arrival on the two-person cart. Council Fire is installing plexi partitions in their carts as a safety measure.

Awards to be announced and raffle winner to be drawn on Facebook live at 6 p.m.  Due to social distancing guidelines, there will not be a program in the Pavilion this year.

The 2020 grand prize is entry for two to the Lexus Champions for Charity National Amateur Tournament in Pebble Beach; Dec. 9-13; three courses: | Pebble Beach Golf Links, The Links at Spanish Bay, and Spyglass Hill Golf Course for two players . Purchase extra chances for $100 each. Accommodations included a host hotel. (should hotel close due to COVID, Grand Prize becomes a cash prize of $2,500.)

For those who can't play but want to purchase a chance at the grand prize, purchase a chance here
Chances are $100 and there are only 200 chances available.

It will be presented by Lexus of Chattanooga and Lexus Champions for Charity. 

For more information and to register, click here

 


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