ProAct Golf Classic

Join us for ProAct’s one and only fundraiser this summer. The ProAct Golf Classic is an annual event at Southview Country Club in West St. Paul set for August 31, 2020.

The 18-hole event benefiting people with disabilities brings players to a course known by some for its excellent rolling greens. The venue is convenient for many who choose to support the nonprofit.

The foursome scramble start tournament features skill contests, team prizes and group photos. It begins with registration from 10:45 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., with an early lunch starting at 11 a.m. and a shotgun start at 12 p.m. An auction, raffle and gourmet dinner follow the game. The event cost of $150 per golfer includes lunch and dinner, a golf cart and use of the clubhouse and practice facilities. A portion of the tournament golf cost is tax-deductible. A variety of sponsorship opportunities are available. Not a golfer? Please consider joining us for dinner after the game. The price for the dinner alone is $35.

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Sponsorship opportunities

 

Ways that you can help ProAct and benefit your business:

  • Donate to the silent/live auction and promote your business with service offerings, or unique items of significant value that you sell or produce. Provide tickets for sporting events, movies, cultural offerings, etc. Check donations are also accepted.
  • Attend the golf tournament as an employee appreciation event or a customer appreciation outing. Since golfing is positive in building relationships, consider how this event could enhance relations with current and future clients.
  • Sponsor the event, lunch or dinner, or have a designated hole sponsored by your company. Major sponsorships include entree fees for multiple golfers.

Questions? Please contact Patty Carlson about ProAct’s annual fundraiser- 651-289-3149

2018 ProAct Golf Classic Winners

With facilities in Eagan, Red Wing, Shakopee (New Options), Zumbrota and Hudson, Wis., ProAct is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit corporation which has served the needs of people with disabilities for more than 45 years.

 

See past tournament photos on Facebook