Northeast State Golf Tournament at Glenrochie set April 29

Okay, so you didn’t get invited to The Masters. But spring is here and the links are calling. So grab your sticks and play in the Northeast State Community College Foundation’s 2016 Golf Tournament happening Friday, April 29 at the Glenrochie Country Club, in Abingdon, Va.

Tournament check-in begins at 8:00 a.m. with a shotgun start at 9:00 a.m. All proceeds from the event will benefit student scholarships and programs at Northeast State. In case of inclement weather, the tournament’s rain date is Friday, May 6.

GolfTournament_FlyerThe tournament features two team sponsorship levels. An Eagle Sponsor of $500 covers a four-person team and signage at the tournament. A Birdie Sponsor of $250 covers a two-person team and signage. The single player entry fee is $100. All sponsorships are tax-deductible minus the player fee and sign fee. Glenrochie will have beverage carts on the greens during the tournament, and a luncheon will be served at 1:30 p.m. in the clubhouse. Guests are welcomed and individuals will be paired with other players.

All participants will receive a goodie bag provided by Lake Pointe Creative Marketing. There will also be door prizes at the luncheon along with prizes for the following: First, Second, and Third place teams, closest to the pin (3 locations), longest drive, and hole-in-one.

All tourney entrants can purchase a red tee & Mulligan for $20. The day also features a putting contest with a $10 entry fee. The winner receives a $100 VISA gift card. All sponsorships are tax-deductible minus the player fee and sign fee. The tournament continues the College’s 50th anniversary celebration. Registration deadline is April 25.

Golfers who participate win the satisfaction of helping a students earn a college degree to improve their lives and our region as a whole. The Northeast State Community College Foundation supports academics, community service, educational scholarships and other programs offered by the college. In partnership with the community, the college sustains the effort toward improving the quality of life for residents of the Northeast Tennessee region.

For more information, contact Rebekah Bishop, Alumni & Events Coordinator at 423.354.5278. or

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