2020 Golf Classic benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati
September 28, 2020 - Kenwood Country Club, Noon Shotgun Start
About This Event
Join us for the 24th Annual Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati (BBBSGC) Golf Classic on Monday, September 28th, 2020 at the one and only Kenwood Country Club! Our Golf Classic has raised more than $3.8 million over the years to ignite, empower and most importantly defend potential in the lives of Tri-State kids. We need your support and participation now more than ever.
We have a great day of golf planned for you including our on-course contests with great prizes,a gift certificate to the Kenwood Country Club Pro Shop for each golfer and plenty of terrific food and beverages throughout the day compliments of Outback Steakhouse and Anheuser Busch.
Gather your friends and business associates and get ready to be treated like a Kenwood County Club member for the day! Individual tee times will ensure you will enjoy your round of golf with great pace of play while remaining appropriately socially distanced from the rest of the players.
We cordially invite you to join us for a first class day of golf, networking and entertainment. Your participation in this event will allow us to support an entire year of relationship building, thoughtful mentoring, and empowered potential. What better reason is there to tee it up? Invite your clients,prospects and top performers to enjoy this memorable day on a beautiful golf course.
We hope you'll join us as Defenders of Potential!
Location / Venue
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- Kenwood Country Club
- 6501 Kenwood Road
- Cincinnati, OH 45243
- Sep 28, 2020 12:30 pm to
- Sep 28, 2020 06:00 pm
Empowering Potential Sponsors
Igniting Potential Sponsors
Event to Support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati
We create life-changing friendships by matching adult mentors with at-risk Tri-State children in need of positive role models. We partner with parents and guardians, volunteers and others in the community, and hold ourselves accountable for each child in our program. Statistics show these Little Brothers and Sisters have higher aspirations, greater confidence, do better in school and avoid risky behaviors.
Carey Sanders gave a $100 donation
Ahead gave a $4,500 donation
Jeff McPeek gave a $100 donation
Prolink Staffing Services gave a $3,000 donation
Ann Horgan gave a $100 donation
BSI Engineering gave a $4,500 donation
Michael Schneider gave a $3,000 donation
Frank & Lori Jones gave a $500 donation
John Deremo gave a $100 donationBest regards for a great Tournament
Leesman Lighting gave a $6,000 donation