OCEANA, W.Va. – The Marshall University Southern Coalfields Club will be holding its 2nd annual four-man scramble golf tournament and fund raiser at the Clear Fork Golf Course on Saturday, June 19, 2021. All proceeds will go to the Big Green Scholarship Foundation & Alumni Association to provide scholarships for the students and athletes at Marshall University.

Breakfast and lunch will be provided by the Clear Fork Golf Course with registration from 8:00 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. The tournament will begin with a shotgun start at 10:00 a.m.

Numerous door prizes and hole prizes will be awarded, along with prizes for the top three teams.

Corporate sponsorships are $350.00 and entitles you to a sign on the course and four golfers. For the individual golfer, the entry fee is $75.00 per person.

Golfers may line up their own foursomes, provided they get their applications in by June 12th, 2021. If you don’t have foursomes, simply send in your registration and we will put you in a competitive group.

Sponsors that choose not to play but want to sponsor a hole, the cost is $100.00 per sign.

“Since we are limited on the number of golfers we can accommodate, we highly recommend you get your entry form in by June 12th, 2021,” said Gary Poindexter. “Marshall needs your support more than ever to continue building a successful sports program. Please encourage your friends and any Marshall alumnus you may know to come and join us for a great day of golf.”

For information about registering for the event, please contact Gary Poindexter (304) 923-5734; Rick Rezzonico (304) 923-9764; Tim Clay (304) 923-2262; Larry Foster 573-5336; Doug Leeber 266-8766; Miranda Elkins 894-2636; or Amanda Ashley 890-9215; or email [email protected] or on Facebook “Marshall University Southern Coalfields Alumni & Big Green Club.”

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