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Kent Volunteer Fire Dept. 18th Annual Golf Tournament
September 13, 2021
The Kent Volunteer Fire Dept. 18th Annual Golf Tournament will be held Monday, September 13, 2021 at the Tom Fazio-designed Bulls Bridge Golf Club, 71 Bulls Bridge Road, South Kent, CT 06785.
Rain date TBA by Bulls Bridge Golf Club.
The 18 hole tournament will be a four-person scramble format. There will be on-course contests including a hole in one, closest to the pin, longest drive and straightest drive.
The cost of the event is $250 per person which includes green fees, cart, course refreshments, prizes, awards and three-course dinner at the Fife and Drum Restaurant. A dinner-only option is available for $50 per person.
With limited space, golfers are encouraged to register early.
Tournament day schedule :
10:00 am Registration, putting and driving practice
Noon Shotgun Start
5:30pm Shootout Contest
6:00pm Social Hour, Three-course Dinner at the Fife and Drum Restaurant and Awards
Winning foursome and runner-up
- Hole-In-One contest: the winner chooses from a trip to Pebble Beach, Hawaii’s Hapuna Beach, or Scotland’s St. Andrews
- Closet-To-The-Pin shootout: prize – $50,000.00
- Longest Drive
- Straightest Drive
- Winning Foursome
- Closest to the Line
Sponsorship opportunities range from $100 to $2000.
Proceeds from the tournament will benefit the Kent Volunteer Fire Dept. to help provide emergency response to Kent and surrounding communities.
For more information visit kentfire.org/golf or call Scott Harvey at (860) 671-0398.
To get registration form email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Message from Tournament Organizer Scott Harvey:
“Our volunteers devote many hours away from family and friends responding to fires, medical emergencies, search and rescues, water rescues, car accidents and other 911 calls. These emergency responses require unique mandatory training and equipment. We also provide community outreach, including visiting the children at our local schools and providing public education classes. The volunteers also donate additional hours of fundraising to meet these needs. Please show your support for the volunteers in the K.V.F.D., who provide exemplary emergency responses to the Town of Kent and to our neighboring towns in Connecticut and New York.”