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Rome Sports Hall of Fame to host Four Person Golf Scramble

Posted 5/20/22

The Rome Sports Hall of Fame’s 29th annual Four Person Golf Scramble will be held on Saturday, July 23, at Rome Country Club. Check-in time is noon with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Four-player teams …

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Rome Sports Hall of Fame to host Four Person Golf Scramble

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The Rome Sports Hall of Fame’s 29th annual Four Person Golf Scramble will be held on Saturday, July 23, at Rome Country Club.

Check-in time is noon with a shotgun start at 1 p.m.

Four-player teams will compete in Men’s, Women’s and Coed categories. The entry fee of $80 per golfer includes green fees, cart, driving range, beverages on the course, refreshments before and after golf and prizes. There will also be closest to the pin contests and longest drive contests.

Register for the event by returning a completed application to Bill Fleet or Stan Evans. For information and applications for this year’s event contact Fleet at 315-337-5102 or Evans at 336-2950. Applications are also available at the Rome Sports Hall Fame starting May 25. The cost to sponsor a hole is $35. A hole sponsor can have the family name on a sign on the course for the tournament.

This event is the major fundraiser for the Hall of Fame and Museum and provides funding for upkeep of the building, insurance and improvements, and for activities.

The annual schedule of activities includes: sports clinics; receptions and recognition of local youth sport champions in basketball, hockey, softball, baseball, and cheerleading; receptions and recognition of Rome City School District, Rome Catholic School, and New York State School for the Deaf athletes; reception and recognition of teams that achieve state and national recognition annual induction reception and dinner for Hall of Fame inductees along with recognition of community members who have given outstanding service to specific youth sports programs; the annual William J. Coughlin Memorial recognition to community athletes whose “light shined far too briefly.”

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