Baylor Sorority to Sponsor Benefit Golf Tournament

Feb. 24, 1998

by Alan Hunt

A charity golf tournament which is open to the public is scheduled for March 21 at the Battle Lake Golf Course in Mart. The 18-hole scramble tourney will feature both a men's division and a mixed division. Play begins at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start.

Sponsored by the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority at Baylor University, the event will benefit the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Organized in 1982 by Nancy Brinker in memory of her sister who died following a three-year struggle with breast cancer, the foundation helps fund cancer research, education, screening and treatment programs.

The $75 entry fee for adults and $50 for students includes cart, green fees, prizes and lunch.

Sponsorships are available for individuals or businesses and provide special recognition opportunities along with other benefits. They vary in cost from $350 to $50.

The Crown Sponsor, at a cost of $350, enables four persons to participate along with the sponsor's name highlighted on two golf carts, one hole and the general sponsor recognition board.

The $250 Silver Sponsor provides for two players with the sponsor's name prominently displayed at one hole and on one cart along with the general recognition board. The $150 Turquoise Sponsor grants playing privileges to one individual along with special identification at one hole and on the general sponsor board.

The ZETA Honor Sponsor costs $60 and provides an opportunity to honor or memorialize an individual or a group. The $50 Cart Sponsorship provides for the display of one personal or business identification on a cart.

For more information, contact Jennifer Murphy at 753-6137.

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