Charity Golf Tournament

This is a letter from the office Golf Tournament Committee Chair, John Lundquist:
2015 Ebby Halliday Frisco 
Charity Golf Tournament
Benefiting Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Frisco
Calling all golfers, sponsors and party goers:

Ebby Halliday and Scottish Rite Hospital for Children are co-hosting a charity golf tournament scheduled for October 22, 2015 at the exclusive Stonebriar Country Club.  The shotgun scramble will be played on the Fazio Course, considered one of the best courses in the DFW Metroplex.  Following golf, the renovated Stonebriar Country Club will sponsor an After Party with dinner, silent auction and Awards Ceremony.

As you may know, Scottish Rite is building a brand new facility in Frisco – ready in 2016! Located on 40 acres at Lebanon and the Tollway, the facility will be an extension of the original Dallas campus and will initially offer clinic visits and day surgeries for children with orthopedic issues. The facility will also house the hospital’s sports medicine practice – with a focus on our youth. The hospital sees patients from birth through 18 years of age and is known for providing excellent care regardless of a family’s ability to pay.

For your convenience we have provided a web site  with all the details for players and sponsors.  In the Register section, you can reserve golf slots for yourself and/or Team and pay the tournament fee using Pay Pal.  If you are bringing a Team but have not yet finalized the players, just go ahead register the Team name and pay the Team fee.  The names of the members will be obtained at the Registration Table on tournament day.

There are only 144 golfing slots available with early registration ending September 20th.  After that prices increase and the availability of slots may be an issue.

We appreciate any and all support that you are able to give to help our community. 100% of your generous donations go directly toward the support of Scottish Rite Hospital for Children – Frisco…

Ebby Halliday, Realtors Golf Tournament Committee


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