The Pulse of Tomorrow Charity Golf Tournament on Sept. 12 will benefit The American Heart Association. It is one in a series of events hosted by the employees of DynCorp International (DI) as part of their dedication to the health and well-being of families, friends, colleagues and communities. The tournament is held at The Golf Club Fossil Creek in Fort Worth, TX. This is the second Pulse of Tomorrow Golf Tournament in 2016. The first is on July 25 in Virginia.
Team registration is still open for the Golf Tournament at Fossil Creek, September 12, 2016. Proceeds benefit the American Heart Association in support of the 2016 Greater Washington Heart Walk. Download the flier for more details.
Find Your Foursome for the Charity Golf Tournament
The Sept. 12 tournament opens with registration at 7 a.m. The shotgun start is at 8 a.m. It is a four-person captain’s choice scramble. As part of the registration package, golfers receive carts, greens fees, range balls, course drinks, breakfast, lunch, and a tee gift. Fossil Creek is located at 3401 Clubgate Dr. in Fort Worth, TX.
Sponsor the Golf Tournament
The Pulse of Tomorrow Golf Tournament is still looking for sponsors. Each sponsorship package includes a foursome, recognition on the event website, and signage. There are still several opportunities including: Hole Sponsor – $1,500, Men’s Closest-to-Pin – $2,000, Women’s Closest-to-Pin – $2,000, Men’s Longest Drive – $2,000, Women’s Longest Drive – $2,000, Awards – $2,500, Hole-in-One – $2,000, Breakfast/Registration – $2,000, Beverage Cart – $3,000, Tournament Sponsor – $5,000. For more information about sponsoring, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
DI Sets Generous Goal to Support American Heart Association
DI’s goal is to raise $200,000 between the golf tournaments and the Greater Washington Region Heart Walk Nov. 5 on the National Mall in D.C. for the American Heart Association. The AHA is America’s oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke in the U.S. Their funds support research, advocacy for stronger public health policies, and other tools and information to save and improve lives.