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ABAC AG CLASSIC GOLF TOURNAMENT OCTOBER 7

TIFTON – The 13th Annual Ag Classic Golf Tournament at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College will be held on Oct. 7 at ABAC’s Forest Lakes Golf Club.  There will be an 8 a.m. flight and a 1 p.m. flight.  A complimentary lunch will be served between flights.

The event is hosted by the ABAC Ag Alumni Council and the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources to provide scholarship funds for students in that area of study.  

Sponsorship levels range from $250 to $5,000, which include a designated number of golfer fees per sponsorship.  A Century Level sponsorship is available at $100 which does not include player fees.  Sponsors should register by Sept. 24 to be recognized at the tournament.  The tournament is open to the first 100 golfers who register.

The tournament will be a four-man scramble with a shotgun start.  There is an entry fee of $125 per person or a $500 entry fee for each four-person team that includes lunch, cart, greens fees, and an embroidered golf shirt with tournament logo. 

Prizes will be awarded to the first, second, and third place teams in each flight. Prizes will also be awarded for the longest drive, hole-in-one, and closest shot to the pin on designated holes.  A silent auction in the clubhouse during the tournament will also be a part of the Ag Classic events.  Items up for bid include outings to prestigious courses throughout the state, golf clubs and other merchandise.  

For more information, interested persons can contact tournament coordinator Vonda Fenn at (229) 391-5067 or e-mail her at vfenn@abac.edu . To register for the Ag Classic, interested persons should go to http://www.abac.edu/academics/schools/ag-natural-resources/outreach/ag-classic. Mail the form and check to ABAC Ag Classic, ABAC 8, 2802 Moore Hwy., Tifton, GA 31793-2601.  All checks should be made payable to ABAC Foundation, Inc.  
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