Glow in the Dark will benefit EFMC
What began as a 2020 fundraiser that could satisfy social distancing needs during the pandemic’s early stages while raising much-needed funds for one of the Treasure Coast’s most esteemed nonprofits has returned.
On Saturday, Oct. 1, Glow in the Dark will take place at Hammock Creek Golf Club in Palm City to benefit Education Foundation of Martin County.
This fun-filled nine-hole golf tournament kicks off at 4:30 p.m. with registration and cocktails. A shotgun start with a scramble format will follow.
Scheduled ending time is 8:30 p.m.
Roaming beverage carts will dot the greens and food stations will be featured throughout the course, allowing players to stop for a bite in between holes.
Entry fee for individual golfers is $250 and premium team foursomes are $1,000. Love a great party but don’t want to golf? Consider purchasing a foursome for your favorite school or district level staff, becoming a sponsor, or registering as an attendee. Hacker attendee entrance is $100 per person and allows you to be part of the festivities as you eat and drink your way around the course in support of Martin County’s students and teachers.
All Martin County School Teachers of the Year will be on hand, sporting around in school spirit-themed carts. A cash grant will be awarded to the cart/team showing the most spirit. Help make it happen by purchasing a $250 cart sponsorship for your favorite school.
The winning foursome will take away a trophy and a complimentary golf foursome at one of our local premier courses. The last place team will also take home a one-of-a-kind prize.
A $10,000 Hole-in-One prize sponsored by MIDFLORIDA Credit Union is up for grabs.
Sponsorship opportunities costing from $250-$3,500 are available. Benefits vary and can include a premium team foursome, decorated golf carts, photo opps, event signage, social media posts, logo inclusion on the EFMC website and email news blasts and more