The Aloha Section PGA Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, is pleased to announce that its annual fundraising event, the Aloha Section PGA Classic Scramble, will be held at 11:30am on Monday, May 22, 2017 at the Mid-Pacific Country Club.
Every year, we reach out to people such as you who share in our mission to enhance lives through the game of golf. As the Foundation’s major fundraising event, monies raised from the Classic Scramble are used to fund scholarships and financial aid programs, support community outreach and instructional projects, junior golf activities, and help children of active duty military families—all to support the continued growth of the game in Hawaii.
Participants in the Classic Scramble can look forward to a great event that is both fun and challenging. The tournament format is a four-person team (three amateurs/one pro). If you would like to invite your own PGA professional to play with your group, we can accommodate your request. Otherwise, the tournament committee will assign a pro for you. The event was again held at the beautiful Mid-Pacific Country Club the day after the Jennie K. Wilson Invitational tournament—one of the major women’s events in Hawaii—which means that the course should be in pristine tournament condition.
We are also excited to have National Car Rental return as our Title Sponsor. As the Official Rental Car of the PGA of America, National will sponsor 82 events across 41 PGA Sections, in its 2017 ProAm Series. Three lucky participants from this year’s Classic Scramble will be entered in a drawing to spend the day with Keegan Bradley, the winner of the 2011 PGA Championship, and his father, PGA Professional Mark Bradley, who serve as the ambassadors for the Series. In order to be eligible for this once in a lifetime playing opportunity, we encourage all amateurs to enroll in the National’s Emerald Club. As a member, they will get you on the road faster in the car you choose so you won’t miss your tee time.
Together, we can ensure that the game of golf remains a positive force in our community.
E komo mai – “Come join us”