35th Annual Golf Tournament
Friday, Oct. 14, 2022 | Cape Girardeau Country Club | Lunch 11 am, Tee off 12 pm
United Way of Southeast Missouri is teeing off our “Win the Game of Life with United Way” campaign with our 35th annual Golf Tournament. The tournament will be held on October 14th, 2022 at the Cape Girardeau Country Club. Lunch will be served at 11:00 AM and we will tee off at 12:00 PM. Player/Team registration is now open through October 7th, 2022. To register, please download and complete the form below and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to 1417D North Mount Auburn, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701.
We listened to your feedback! You said it, and we heard it. To simplify the registration process, we have adjusted this year’s team and individual player fees to include skins and mulligans, and one raffle ticket per player!
We also will be including fun activities throughout the tournament such as: the “Move Up” hole, “Thor” the Long Drive Pro, the BOOOze Pull, raffles, and more! We encourage all players to bring extra cash to participate.
We are incredibly thankful for our sponsors who show their support for United Way’s biggest fundraiser of the year. We are especially thankful for Biokyowa, who has sponsored this event every year.
There are still many sponsorship opportunities for you to promote your business while helping raise funds for a great cause. To ensure there is enough time to obtain signage for sponsors, please contact Mark Stone at email@example.com before September 28th.
Volunteer with Us!
United Way of Southeast Missouri relies on dependable and dedicated volunteers to make our events successful. If you are a driven, detail-oriented, team player who is interested in helping make a difference in the lives of our community, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer.
Back by popular request: Andrew "Thor" Herbert
“Thor” is a Long Drive Pro from Makanda, Illinois. His longest Competitive Drive was an impressive 415 yards and his fastest ball speed recorded was 213 mph! His “hammer” of choice is a Callaway, which has been clocked at an astounding 145 mph. In 2018, he was a Volvik World Long Drive Championship Qualifier.
“I’ve been playing golf my entire life, I love the game and am continuously trying to increase my skills and knowledge of the swing. Power lifting and fitness training is also a hobby that I’m passionate about. Combining these activities and working toward set goals has helped me increase my club and ball speed, as well as my distance and accuracy at impact.”