9th Annual MAX4Kids Charity Golf Tournament - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

9th Annual MAX4Kids Charity Golf Tournament

MONTGOMERY, AL -- MAX4Kids Foundation will hold it's Ninth Annual Charity Golf Tournament on October 16, 2008 at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail in Prattville. The tournament is held to help raise funds to donate to charitable organizations in our area. A listing of past recipients can be obtained by going to myMAX.com.

This year's tournament will be played on the Legislator and Senator courses. Registration starts between 6:45 AM - 7:45 AM with a Shot Gun start at 8 AM sharp.

Golf packages include:

Breakfast prior to tee off                     Golf Towel

Lunch after play                                   Practice Balls 

Green Fees                                          A special gift for each golfer

Cart and GPS                                       Chance for great door prizes             

Beverage Carts

*Robert Trent Jones requests that players wear soft spikes only.

Mulligan packages will be sold for a $10.00 fee.

For more information on the golf tournament or sponsorships please contact Stacey Bell at 334-215-4660 or Tom Ashworth at 334-215-4870.

MAX4Kids Foundation works in cooperation with MAX, Your Community
Credit Union®.

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