Join Us for Mid-State’s Little Antlers Learning Center Glow-Ball Golf Tournament!
Join us for a night of live music, raffles, auctions, food, drinks…and glow-ball golf!
On Saturday October 23, Little Antlers is hosting a Glow-Ball Golf Tournament, in which teams of 4 will golf 5-holes by moon and glowing light! Tickets include golfing fees, 2 LED glow-in-the-dark golf balls, a headlamp, dinner, and live music. Raffle tickets and drinks are also available for purchase.
This best-ball tournament will have two tee-off times: the first round at 6:45 PM and the second round at 7:45 PM.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Samantha at 603-769-3768.
We have 2 teams open!
And plenty of room for spectators and guests to come enjoy the event!
Online payment for golfers, guests, and sponsors.
Please enter the amount due
When: Saturday, October 23, 2021 5PM – 10PM
Where: Waterville Valley Golf Club, 3 Lost Pass Road, Waterville, NH
Cost: $125 per golfer (Teams of 4), $50 per guest
Golfer cost includes 5-holes of best-ball golf (Best Ball), food, (2) glow balls, and tees.
Guest cost includes food and entertainment.
*Walking event only, handcarts available.
5PM: Buffet, drinks, games, and raffles
6:45PM: Round 1 Golfers
7:45PM: Round 2 Golfers
Awards and Raffle Winners are announced at the end of the evening.
RAFFLES AND SILENT AUCTION
Raffle and auction prizes include golf passes, ski tickets, tennis lessons, and more! Raffle tickets will be available for purchase as well as a silent auction.
We will be awarding prizes to our round winners.
Teams will be playing the best ball. All team members tee off on each hole and then decide which tee shot they like the best and mark the spot with a tee or ball marker. The other team members pick up their balls and place them within one club length (no closer to the hole) of the marked spot. Each team member hits their next shot from the chosen spot.
WHY SUPPORT US
All money raised from the event will be used to support the construction of the new facility for Little Antlers Learning Center, which will become the learning home for over 60 children this winter. Learn more about our project.