The 23nd Annual Archon Golf Classic scramble will be held Saturday August 7th, at West Chester Golf Course. 6300 Bent Grass Blvd Canal Winchester, Ohio 43110. http://www.westchestergolfcourse.com/index.htm
This year, we are bringing our longest running fund raising event to the Columbus area in order to provide a central location that gives all brother’s an opportunity to gather and tee up for another enjoyable and memorable day of golf…depending how you play that is! Let’s sign up with your teams NOW! Teams can be made up of frat brothers, friends, co-workers or family members. The cost is $75.00/pp includes golf, cart, breakfast, lunch, and dinner. (What a deal. You can’t stay home for that much!) Hope you noticed we have also changed the month in which we have our Classic. This year we hope it will ensure us of more golf friendly weather.
Also, brothers if you work for a company or own your business and would like to donate door prizes, raffle items, ex. (gift cards, tees, golf balls, hats etc.) or be a corporate hole sponsor this is a good way to advertise. We will erect signs (your own sign) during event, send personalized “thank you” notes with the Archon 501-3c non-profit organization tax ID as a receipt. See on this webpage “Bottoms Up Store” for payment options. Everyone likes prizes, and you will have plenty of opportunities to win with 50/50 raffles, prizes for longest drive, closest to the pin, longest putt, etc. Don’t forget the ARCHON CLASSIC golf tournament “Founders Cup”. The winning teams’ names will be added to this elite trophy!! Our goal this year is to have at least 40 players (10 teams). This many participates makes the event more challenging and rewarding!!
Many brothers have at some point attended the ARCHON CLASSIC. Many of you have helped in one way or another to grow and continue this event, its purpose and the spirit Archons have always held for our order and the university from which we were founded. We would like to see each one make it to this great day of golf, and comradery!
“Our Strong Bonds”