Several sponsorship opportunities are available starting at only $100. Sponsor a golf hole, putting contest, driving range, box lunch, reception or beverage carts for only $100 each.
100% of sponsorship dollars will go to benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank.
Hole prizes and logoed items for player gifts are needed!
Whether one great prize or several logoed items for golfer goody bags, your donated item(s) will help make this event a success!
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and prize donation information.
The Tradition Continues!!
The first three years were such a great success that we are back again! Join us as we host our Fourth Annual Golf Outing at the Oaks Golf Course on Tuesday, August 3rd. Proceeds will benefit Second Harvest Food Bank. (Be sure to bring canned food items to exchange for mulligans!)
You can sign up to play with a specific foursome or as an individual and we will pair you up with a group!
The event is a 4-person scramble, so all golfers at all skill levels are encouraged to participate. We are playing for fun!
The cost of the event is $89 ($99 Non-GMA SHRM Member) and includes 18 holes of golf with a cart and GPS, continental breakfast, practice facilities, and a cookout reception after golf.
Registration and practice will be open from 7:30 to 8:45am and play will begin at 9:00am with a shotgun start.
Please plan to join us for a great, relaxing day of fun!!
7:30 - 8:45
Qualify for a chance to win $1,000 in the Putting Contest!
Free use of Driving Range and Practice Facility.
8:45 - 8:50
Golfers to Carts
Rules overview and navigation to starting hole
9:00 - 1:20
Golf Scramble -
Shotgun Start at 9am sharp
Hole Prizes awarded for all skill levels!
Event Wrap Up and Networking Bar-B-Que - Rain or Shine!
Food and Drink
Hole Prize Awards
$1,000 Putt Contest Final
Location & Directions
The Oaks Golf Course
4740 Pierceville Road
Cottage Grove, WI
Click here for course and direction information.
What is a Golf Scramble? - The scramble format is the most fun for group outings. Teams of four (foursomes) try to get the lowest score on a golf hole. Each player hits a shot and the foursome decides who had the best shot. The other three players pick up their balls and drop it near the ball of the player who had the best shot. All four players play the next shot from this spot and repeat the process until the ball is in the hole.
For more information contact:
GMA SHRM Management Team
2830 Agriculture Dr.
Madison, WI 53718
fax (608) 204-9818 email@example.com