This year’s tournament will offer two tee times each for a classic four-man scramble – 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. The event is for all skill levels with fun games throughout the day.
New for this year’s event will be the opportunity for businesses or organizations to sponsor a hole on the course then “dress it up” however they like. “We’re encouraging sponsors to get creative at their respective holes– cook and serve food, offer branded gifts, provide live demonstrations of products or services,” says Chris Bright, CEO of Bright Realty. “We hope this unique spin will not only be fun for the golfers, but also for the sponsors.”
A reception and dinner, as well as a silent and live auction will follow the tournament at The Lakes at Castle Hills Clubhouse. The evening event is open to golfers and their families as part of their tournament registration. To register a team or sponsor a hole, visit http://www.bbbstx.orgor call 817.905.GOLF.
All proceeds from the day’s events will directly benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters. In 2013, the event raised more than $180,000 for the children of North Texas, helping to take 360 children off the waiting list and into caring mentor relationships. Currently, in Texas there are more than 4,500 children still on that wait list.
Sponsors for this year’s golf tournament include Bright Realty, American Airlines Center, The Lakes at Castle Hills, NovaCopy, FastSigns, Rent-A-Center, Autobahn Motorcar Group, MDI Group, Coca-Cola, Alcatel-Lucent Foundation, Cash America, Care Providers Insurance Services, Grande Communication, Andres Construction Services, Dallas Digital Services, Maxim Management, VCC and Windstream. Additional sponsors In-N-Out Burger, Dippin’ Dots and Maui Wowi Hawaiian Coffees & Smoothies will offer food and drinks to golfers throughout the day. Media sponsor The Ticket will broadcast live at the tournament.
About Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big Brothers Big Sisters, the nation’s largest donor and volunteer supported mentoring organization, holds itself accountable for children in its program to achieve measurable outcomes, such as educational success; avoidance of risky behaviors; and higher aspirations, greater confidence and better relationships. Partnering with parents/guardians, schools, corporations and others in the community, Big Brothers Big Sisters carefully pairs children (“Littles”)
Big Brothers Big Sisters provides children facing adversity, often those of single or low-income households or families where a parent is incarcerated or serving in the military, with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one mentoring relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. This mission has been the cornerstone of the organization’