Concord College Plans Scholarship Golf Tournament
Athens, W.Va. - The 12th annual Concord College Foundation/Homer K. Ball Scholarship Golf Tournament will be played on Friday, June 2, at Pipestem Resort State Park. Proceeds will fund the College’s Advanced Placement Scholarship Fund.
The Captain’s Choice tournament begins with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. on the 18-hole course at Pipestem. Awards will be given for first, second and third place among men’s and women’s teams. Prizes will also be given for longest drive and closest to the pin. An automobile will be awarded for the first hole-in-one on the eighth hole.
Grand prize is a weekend for two at The Greenbrier luxury resort. The winner will be chosen by a drawing at the lunch immediately following the tournament. Drawings will also be held for a Greenbrier golf outing for four, and numerous other prizes.
Cost is $125 per person, which includes the lunch, greens fees, cart, and tournament souvenirs.
For entry information, contact Sherry Brogan at 1-304-384-5317 by May 31.
Concord College Notes: In 1991 the Concord College Foundation recognized Homer K. Ball by adding his name to the golf tournament’s title. Homer is a 1948 Concord graduate, former sheriff of Mercer County, and retired director of the physical plant at Concord–as well as an avid golfer. He currently serves as a West Virginia State Senator, representing the 10th district. When not volunteering for Habitat for Humanity or his church, you’re likely to find him on the Pipestem course.