Two more tournaments this summer
April 29, 2009
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Spring is here and with the warm weather comes some fun in the sun! The CSU Ram Club would like to invite fans to join its upcoming Ram Club golf tournaments. All proceeds from these tournaments directly benefit the Colorado State General Athletic Scholarship Fund.
The Ram Club Appreciation Golf Tournament at Southridge Golf Club in Fort Collins has been filled, but fortunately there are still two more opportunities this summer for CSU fans to get together and hit the links.
The CSU Ram Club wishes to extend thanks to sponsors for the Ram Club Appreciation Tournament, Pinnacol Assurance, Harmony Imaging, Coors & High Country Beverage, and Texas Roadhouse, as well as all the fans and donors that have supported the event.
There are some hole sponsorships still available. Please call 970/491-4666 for more information.
SAVE THE DATES
Please mark your calendars with the following dates and watch your mailboxes for your formal invitation.
Monday, July 27
Mapelli Memorial Golf Tournament and Steak Fry
Fox Acres Country Club; Red Feather Lakes, Colo.
Monday, Aug. 17
CSU Showdown Golf Classic
Glenmoor Country Club; Cherry Hills Village, Colo.
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