CVMC Charity Golf Classic, Friday, June 7
May 23, 2019 | events, news
If you’re unable to attend, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to VYCC. All proceeds will support the Health Care Share, a farm-to-hospital partnership with Vermont Youth Conservation Corps (VYCC) that connects families with fresh, healthy food and nutrition education.
8:00 am – Registration & refreshments
8:45 am – Welcome
8:50 am – Rules of play
9:00 am – Shotgun start (rain or shine)
2:00 pm – Awards & BBQ reception
EACH PLAYER RECEIVES
– Morning refreshments
– Two mulligans
– Two raffle tickets
– One entry to the putting contest
– One ticket for the awards reception cookout
– A special gift
– Longest drive
– Closest to pin
– Low gross & net teams
New this year: Choose from two simple sponsorship levels below. Add players to your team for a flat fee of $200 each.
$1,500 | EAGLE SPONSOR
Includes four (4) player fees, plus your name/logo on all golf carts, at registration area, at awards reception & cookout, at one tee/green location, in event program, and on CVMC website & Facebook page.
$600 | BIRDIE SPONSOR
Includes one (1) player fee, plus your name/logo at one tee/green location, in event program, and on CVMC website & Facebook page.
$200 | ADDITIONAL / SINGLE PLAYER
Flat fee per player.
To sponsor click the green “Register” button to submit your sponsorship level and team details. Payment instructions will follow via email.
Questions? Contact Jim Phinney at (802) 371-5362 or James.Phinney@cvmc.org.
This is a rain or shine event. However, in the unlikely event of a wash out, we will be unable to reschedule. In this case, the full value of your sponsorship contribution will be considered a tax-deductible donation.
THE HEALTH CARE SHARE
The Health Care Share project connects Vermont families with fresh, healthy food and nutrition education at their doctor’s office. Youth are employed through Vermont Youth Conservation Corps (VYCC) to produce and deliver this food to more than 400 families across the state. Through VYCC’s partnership with UVM Health Network – CVMC, more than 150 families in Washington County are provided with food fresh from the Farm at VYCC in Richmond each year.
COUNTRY CLUB OF VERMONT
A member-owned private golf and recreation club, the Country Club of Vermont hosts a limited number of outside events each year. Sitting on over 200 acres with no residential construction, travel between holes is minimal, yet each feels secluded with little or no view of surrounding holes, all on a course that offers a challenging but virtually private tour through the spectacular Vermont countryside.
The course was designed and built by Graham Cooke & Associates, Inc. of Montreal and Vancouver, Canada and Turin, Italy. Architect Graham Cooke calls the location “enormously powerful” and took an active role in developing the course. With lovely views in all directions, it truly is a remarkable setting for a remarkably executed course.
Golfers and non-golfers alike have described the site as a magnificent setting for a golf course. The course evolved from a 225-acre parcel of open and wooded land that was part of a larger 415-acre plot. The remaining 165 acres are deeded to Vermont Land Trust to remain undeveloped in perpetuity. There is no residential traffic through the course.