Richmond Free Press – 1st Annual Golf Tournament
The Richmond Metropolitan Area Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc. is organizing its first “Advocacy Golf Tournament.”
Proceeds will benefit young African-American women seeking higher education, according to organizers.
The tournament starts 8 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 29, at the Crossings Golf Club, 800 Virginia Center Parkway, in Henrico County.
Prizes will be awarded for the drive closest to the pin, straightest drive and lowest net score.
Also, each golfer who reaches the green at a par 3 hole will win a sleeve of Eco Friendly Dixon golf balls.
Cost to participate is $70 for an individual and $280 for a foursome.
The Richmond chapter of NCBW was chartered March 28. The group advocates on behalf of mitigating poverty, mental illness and domestic violence.
Tournament details: http://www.ncbw-rmac.org or (804) 625-6349.