Swing To Swim

Swing To Swim

2017 Golf Tournament

PRESENTED BY THE YMCA OF GREATER BIRMINGHAM JUNIOR BOARD

Pine Tree Country Club | Friday, July 28
Check in begins at 7 a.m. | Shotgun start 8 a.m.


REGISTRATION INCLUDES

18 holes of golf with cart | Lunch provided | Complimentary gifts and goodies

PRIZES INCLUDE

Closest to the pin | Longest drive | Putting contest

Contact

For complete information contact the YMCA of Greater Birmingham Junior Board.

Tee sponsorships

Available on a first-come basis and are assigned as they are requested.
You may provide company information or specialty items to the players included in the Swag Bag.

Benefits

Golf entry fees are tax deductible to the full extent permitted by law.

Click here to register online




About Pine Tree Country Club

One of the best secrets in Birmingham, Pine Tree Country Club is as versatile as it is beautiful. Established in 1968, Pine Tree is perfect for a day of golf, tennis, swimming, fitness or just enjoying a nice meal with your family.


Presenting Sponsor $5,000

Team T-shirt
Lunch
Swag Bag
Sponsor Signage
Naming on collateral
4 Mulligans
Pick your start
Hole Sponsor
Sponsorship Recognition
Welcoming or close for all participants
Naming rights to the tournament
First call for next year’s event

Platinum Sponsor $2,500

Team T-shirt
Lunch
Swag Bag
Sponsor Signage
Naming on collateral
4 Mulligans Pick your start
Contest Presenter
Sponsorship Recognition

Gold Sponsor $1,000

Team T-shirt
Lunch
Swag Bag
Sponsor Signage Naming on collateral
Sponsorship Recognition


Click here to donate to the YMCA of Greater Birmingham. 


About the YMCA Safety around water program

Since 2014 over 1,000 kids and their families have descended on the Youth Center, Alabaster, Northeast, and Vestavia have taken part in the YMCA’s Safety Around Water Program. The drowning rate for African-American children is 3.3 times higher than that of other children of the same age. Your support helps kids from some of the region's most underserved communities learn valuable water safety skills that could save their lives. In 2015, the Learn To Swim program was expanded to include adults, many of whom took the opportunity to conquer their fear and learned to swim. Check out the video below to learn more.

Membership is just the beginning of belonging

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