Waterford’s 2nd Annual Golf Tournament

Last year’s inaugural tournament was a big success. Mark your calendar NOW for another great outing!

Keith Clark
President/CEO
Waterford Receptions

Waterford’s 2nd Annual Golf Tournament
to benefit the
National Multiple Sclerosis Society

Monday, August 1st, 2011
Laurel Hill Golf Club, Lorton, VA

7:30 AM Registration & breakfast (provided by Waterford Receptions)
Warm up on the driving range and practice green

9:00 AM Shotgun Start

1:30 PM Luncheon (provided by Waterford Receptions) and Awards

$150 per golfer.

$550 per foursome.

Tournament Details

Expect a truly enjoyable tournament experience. Laurel Hill Golf Club in Lorton, VA, ranked #14 in GolfWeek Magazine’s Top Municipal Courses in the US, is a gem of a golf course with great conditions, wide fairways and big changes in elevation. In order to speed up the pace of play, we will allow only one foursome on each Par 3 and Par 4 and two foursomes on Par 5’s – approximately 2/3 of the golfers you normally see at these charity events. In order to respect your time and get you where you need to be post-tournament, the luncheon will be short, delicious and to the point. What you won’t get are speeches and raffle prizes that you already have (who needs another golf umbrella?). What you will get are attractive awards and a delicious luncheon.

Once again, we will invite a number of PGA teaching professionals to join us on August 1st to ride along with you and dispense FREE swing tips right out on the course! Your foursome is even allowed to count some of your pro’s shots as part of your score. This was a huge hit for last year’s golfers; even the pros had a blast.

Our thanks to Gene Orrico, PGA Director of Golf, Katie Beattie and the entire staff at Laurel Hill for their generous assistance in setting up this event.

Directions to Laurel Hill Golf Club

Sponsorships Available!

Co-Sponsor $2,500
Beverage Cart $500
Longest Drive $300
Closest to Pin $300
Individual Hole $250

Multiple sclerosis is a chronic, inflammatory condition that can be disabling in advanced stages. The disease affects an estimated 400,000 people in the U.S. While typically not fatal, it can cause an array of debilitating symptoms, including fatigue, vision problems and even paralysis.

The National MS Society is a collective of passionate individuals who want to do something about MS now – to move together toward a world free of multiple sclerosis. MS stops people from moving. We exist to make sure it doesn’t.
Here’s How to Register

1. Click on the first link to pay for your participation in the tournament and/or sponsorship, then…
2. Click on the second link, type in the names of the golfers and/or the name to be used for your sponsorship and send.

MANY thanks in advance for your support.

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About steclark

I'm the social media coordinator for Waterford Receptions; a receptions and meeting facility with two locations in the Washington D.C. area.
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