King Par Classic to benefit Whaley




 

 

GENESEE COUNTY — King Par LLC of Flushing will hold the first King Par Classic for the benefit of Whaley Children’s Center, June 27 at Warwick Hills Country Club, in Grand Blanc.

This exceptional golf venue was the site of the PGA Tour Buick Open for 50 years. Now many in the community will experience this pristine course while benefiting the worthy cause of Whaley Children’s Center.

These benefactors continue to accept donations and corporate sponsorships, with levels ranging from $2,500 to $5,000 for major sponsorships and $300 for hole sponsorships.

Major sponsors currently include: Patsy Lou Williamson, Colston Financial, McLaren Regional Medical Center and King Par LLC.

The event will offer many exciting contests and awards; Men’s and Women’s Longest-Drive, Closest-tothe Pin, and Straightest-Drive will all receive great prizes.

A $1 million pay out could await the lucky golfer who gets an ace in the Million Dollar Hole-in-One Contest sponsored by Orlimar. The winning scramble team will be awarded prizes and have their names etched on a permanent trophy displayed for all to see at the King Par Superstore in Flushing.

The Big-Barrel-Shootout, Putting- Contest, raffles and silent auction round out the fun.

Registration is now closed due to an outstanding response from the community. The field is full, but there are still several sponsorship opportunities available.

The entry fee is $300 per player which includes a terrific gift package, 18-hole scramble with cart, contests & prizes, buffet lunch, dinner and reception, as well as top team awards.

Guests who are not golfing can still join the reception, dinner, and auction for $60.

Details: Go to www.kingpar.com/kpclassic or call 888- 502-GOLF while those interested in sponsorship opportunities should call Ryan Coffell at 810-410-1840

King Par LLC is a full service golf retail superstore, driving range, golf academy, and manufacturer of Orlimar, Affinity, and Intech brand golf equipment. King Par appreciates the community in which it does business and strives to support the needs of various worthy organizations that improve the quality of the Genesee County area.

Whaley Children’s Center serves abused and neglected children between the ages of 5 and 17 throughout the state of Michigan. Whaley is one of the few facilities in the state that houses children as young as 5 to 10 years of age. It is Whaley’s mission to teach children how to succeed as individuals and to provide the children with the tools they need to reach their full potential. — G.G.


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