Medford Sunrise Rotary Club is pleased to announce that it is holding its first annual night golf outing on Sept. 23 at the Ramblewood Country Club in Mt. Laurel.
Ask anybody who’s ever played night golf: it’s fun, it’s fast, and it’s a great way to spend a few hours after work with friends. The event will kick off at 6:30 p.m. with a cash bar and dinner, then as the sun goes down the fairways and greens will be lined with glow sticks. Players will receive golf balls that glow in the dark, and will play nine holes using ”Best Ball” rules. There will be plenty of prizes, gift baskets galore, and even a silent auction to conclude the event.
All proceeds will benefit the Casa Emanuel orphanage in Romania and Medford Sunrise’s own local humanitarian projects. The club’s recent ”Operation Soldier,” which provided much-needed supplies to American military personnel serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, resulted in 45 cartons of items shipped to our troops overseas. Other community service projects Medford Sunrise is involved in include: serving meals to families staying at the Ronald McDonald House in Camden, collecting shoes for Souls4Souls to provide gently used shoes to those in need, and participating in food drives for local food banks to provide holiday meals to less fortunate families.
The cost to play in the event is $79 per entry and mulligans can be purchased for an additional fee of $10 each. There will be a maximum of two mulligans per player. There are also sponsorship opportunites avaible for local businesses.
Medford Sunrise Rotary is New Jersey’s fasest growing rotary club. It meets every Wednesday morning at 7:15 a.m. at the MedPort Diner on Route 70 in Medford. Guests and potential members are always welcome to attend.
For more event information, to become an event sponsor, or to register to play please contact David Forward at DCForward@Weichert.com.