The Kentucky Hemophilia Foundation teams up with Oxmoor CC for a June 15 event to support their cause.
The Kentucky Hemophilia Foundation gets in the golf scramble game with its 20th Annual Golf Scramble on Monday, June 15. The shotgun fires at 11 a.m. at Oxmoor Country Club.
Teams of four clock in at $950, which helps one child with hemophilia to participate in a summer camp for children with lifelong bleeding disorders. Individual players can play but they'll pay $250.00. Registration deadline is June 8.
Enjoy the standard scramble experience with contests and great prizes. Included are a box lunch, snacks and refreshments on the course, as well as dinner and beverages after golf. A silent auction features sports memorabilia and other stuff you can score at a bargain, just like at most silent auctions. The day wraps up with a putting contest final and “Ball Drop” event, both with guaranteed winners. No golfer goes home empty handed - they all get a goodie bag to take home.
The proceeds assist more than 750 families affected by hemophilia and similar incurable bleeding disorders.
For more information, call (502) 456-3233 or 1-800-582-CURE (2873) or see them online at http://www.kyhemo.org.