SAVE THE DATE
2nd Annual Swing for String
Charity Golf Tournament
Monday September 23, 2024
Meadowlark Golf Club
Huntington Beach, CA
SAVE THE DATE
Red String's Second Annual Swing for String Charity Golf Tournament
Monday, September 23, 2024
Based on the overwhelming positive responses we received from our first golf tournament's participants, we are excited to announce the 2nd Annual Swing for String Charity Golf Tournament scheduled for Monday, September 23. This charity event will raise important funds for the foundation that allows us to provide grants to local charities working with under-served youth to improve educational outcomes, assisting low-income families reach self-sufficiency, and caring for home-bound elderly persons.
This fun event promises to be a day filled with friendly competition, camaraderie, and an unforgettable golfing experience. The Step-Aside Scramble format allows golfers of all skill levels the opportunity to equally participate, enjoy the course, and have fun.
Make sure to save the date and plan to join us for an unforgettable day of golfing, fun, and charity.
Registration and Fees: More information will be available when registration for the tournament opens in August.
Date: Monday, September 23, 2024
Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Venue: Meadowlark Golf Course
Address: 16782 Graham Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
About the Tournament
Format: The tournament will follow a Step-Aside Scramble format. A Step-Aside Scramble is a four-person team event in which each player hits his/her tee shot and the best shot is selected. The player whose shot is selected steps aside for the next shot. All other players then play the next shot from the position of the selected ball, placing or dropping within one club length of the original ball’s position (and within six inches on the putting green), no nearer the hole. The same procedure is used on all shots, including putts. The process continues until the ball is holed and starts over at the next hole. All players tee off on every hole.
When dropping or placing the ball, the ball must stay in its original condition of play. For example, you cannot drop a ball from the rough into the fairway. When the ball is holed, that is the official score counted for the team.
Threesomes follow the above format, but for the 4th player on each team, the players will rotate hitting a 2nd shot for the entire hole.
This format allows teams to leverage the strengths of individual players and strategize together to achieve the best possible outcome on each shot. We encourage you to gather your fellow golf enthusiasts and form a team to make this event even more exciting. If you're an individual player, don't worry! We will happily assign you to a team.
Additional Activities: Aside from the main tournament, we will also are planning fun side competitions like closest to the pin.
After-Event Get Together: We definitely will be planning an optional after-event get together for participants to unwind, relax, and get to know other participants.
Sponsorship Opportunities: We're delighted to offer various sponsorship packages for businesses and individuals looking to support the tournament and gain visibility. If you're interested in becoming a sponsor or would like more information, please contact us at email@example.com.
About Meadowlark Golf Club: Located just a few miles from the beach in the heart of Surf City, Meadowlark Golf Club offers the best of California golf on one of its most exciting and enjoyable layouts. Set on an exquisite piece of California countryside, this William P. Bell design perfectly integrates mature trees, pockets of water and white sand bunkers into a challenging and unique layout.
Playing 5,568 yards from the back tees, the combination of intricate hole design and well-protected greens is sure to challenge every shot in your bag. Each hole on the course features expertly-manicured fairways, undulated true-rolling greens and three sets of tees to accommodate the playing ability of any golfer. Straight tee shots are required throughout your entire round as many holes are well protected by rough and wooded areas on either side of the fairway. Featuring a USGA course rating of 67.1 and a slope of 115 (measured from the back tees), a round at Meadowlark is sure to be a season highlight.