Sixth Annual Tee it up Golf Tournament for the MacKenzie Grace Foundation
Members from Fifth Annual Tee it up Golf Tournament enjoy the beauty of the Eisenhower Golf Club at the United States Air Force Academy. Tournament registrants can utilize the Eisenhower Golf Club driving range and putting green anytime before the tournament.
Information and photos provided by the MacKenzie Grace Foundation
Golfers mark the calendar and register to compete in the Tee it up Golf Tournament for the Mackenzie Grace Foundation (TMGF) on June 17.
“We are proud to announce that this year’s tournament will be hosted by one of Colorado’s premier courses – the Eisenhower Golf Club at the United States Air Force Academy,” said April Parcells, local Castle Pines Resident and founder of TMGF. The fun begins at noon with a shotgun start and a scramble format.
Raffle and door prizes will be given as well as prizes for the longest drive, longest putt, closest to the pin. Mulligan tickets and generous six-foot lengths of string will be available for $5. Don’t miss a chance to win a car with a hole-in-one.
Following the tournament, an awards dinner will be held at the Eisenhower Club House.
All proceeds from the tournament will benefit the Mackenzie Grace Foundation, an organization that works to help bridge the gap found currently in county, state, and medical organizations. TMGF provides a comforting place to come for support, advocacy and information.
Since the first Tee it up Golf Tournament in 2006, the MacKenzie Grace Foundation has raised more than $20,000 toward helping children in need of services from the foundation.
To learn more about TMGF, or to register for the tournament, visit www.TMGF.org.