Operation HOPE announces inaugural golf tournament - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Operation HOPE announces inaugural golf tournament

From Operation HOPE:

LUBBOCK, Texas- August 1, 2012 - Operation HOPE would like to invite you to The Inaugural Operation HOPE Golf Tournament on Monday, August 20, 2012 at the famous Rawls Course here in Lubbock.

Since July 2002, The Rawls course has been home to the Texas Tech Golf teams and has quickly become a staple for West Texas Golfers. The Rawls Course has won numerous awards including being named as the third-best campus course in America by Golfweek Magazine. 

The Rawls Course has been hard at work building a brand new clubhouse for their guests and we are proud to announce that this event will be one of the first events held in the beautiful, new clubhouse.

The Inaugural Operation HOPE Golf Tournament will be a traditional scramble with a shotgun start. Golfers will have to opportunity to learn more about Operation HOPE and the work we do both in our community and across the globe; contribute financially to an organization that is truly making a difference, and enjoy a fun-filled morning out on the links. "Our hope is that this tournament will help us spread the word about what we do, make new connections within our community, and give our existing supporters a chance to come out and have a good time," stated Ryan Voight, Creative Director for Operation HOPE.

Individual registration for the tournament is $100, and team registration is $400. Registration includes range balls, golf cart (2 golfers per cart), lunch provided by Jerry's Grill, a goodie bag (including a Rawls bag-tag, divot tool, and yardage guide), and an exclusive Inaugural Operation HOPE Golf Tournament hat.

Sponsorships are also available starting at $500 which include special signage and recognition as well as extra mulligans and raffle tickets.

Add-ons such as hole sponsorships and our exclusive "Bragging Rights" competition can be purchased by visiting us online at www.operationhopeusa.org; and mulligans and raffle tickets will be available for purchase at the event.

Name of event:  The Inaugural Operation HOPE Golf Tournament

Date of event: Monday, August 20,2012 8:00 AM

Location: 

  • The Rawls Course, 3720 4th Street
  • Registration opens at 7:00 AM

Prices:

  • Individual registration: $100
  • Team registration: $400
  • Sponsorships are available through our website at levels of $500, $1000, & $1500
  • For more information, to purchase tickets, or to view sponsorship levels, visit us online at www.operationhopeusa.org.

About Operation Hope:

Founded in 1999 by Lubbock resident Dr. John Thomas, Operation Hope is a non-profit organization that strives to empower those in need to encounter enduring life change by mobilizing volunteers and people groups toward effective service in world missions.  Our goal is to lead those in need to the person of Jesus Christ in order to produce enduring life change that enables faith-filled independent living.  Examples include weekly Bible studies in our local community for men and women of all ages; various fundraisers including golf tournaments, 10K runs, and an annual banquet to help raise funds to support those in need in our community as well as in the nation of Haiti; and regular trips to Haiti to provide spiritual and physical health as well as education and Biblical life skills training. 

  • Local News on KCBD.comNewsMore>>

  • Despite concerns, Texas legislators push to regulate powdered alcohol

    Despite concerns, Texas legislators push to regulate powdered alcohol

    Thursday, March 30 2017 2:50 PM EDT2017-03-30 18:50:02 GMT
    Source: KCBD File PhotoSource: KCBD File Photo

    Concerns about powdered alcohol have led 34 states to ban or considering banning it, and Marquez was one of several people who asked the committee to ban it in Texas too.

    Concerns about powdered alcohol have led 34 states to ban or considering banning it, and Marquez was one of several people who asked the committee to ban it in Texas too.

  • Grand jury indicts Brownfield man after wrong-way hit-and-run crash

    Grand jury indicts Brownfield man after wrong-way hit-and-run crash

    Thursday, March 30 2017 2:13 PM EDT2017-03-30 18:13:32 GMT
    Christopher James Martinez (Source: Lubbock County Detention Center)Christopher James Martinez (Source: Lubbock County Detention Center)

    A Brownfield man has been indicted by a grand jury on multiple charges after a wrong-way hit-and-run crash were stolen guns were recovered. The hit-and-run crash happened just before 9:30 p.m. on February 22, 2017 near 130th Street and Indiana Ave. 

    A Brownfield man has been indicted by a grand jury on multiple charges after a wrong-way hit-and-run crash where stolen guns were recovered. 

  • YEA applications open for 2017-18 class

    YEA applications open for 2017-18 class

    Thursday, March 30 2017 2:09 PM EDT2017-03-30 18:09:28 GMT
    (Source: KCBD)(Source: KCBD)

    The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce opened recruitment for their 2nd Young Entrepreneurs Academy 2017-18 class. Y-E-A is a class for middle and high school students to help them start their own, real business or non-profit. 

    The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce opened recruitment for their 2nd Young Entrepreneurs Academy 2017-18 class. Y-E-A is a class for middle and high school students to help them start their own, real business or non-profit. 

Powered by Frankly