Friday, October 19th, 2018

Four Person Scramble

12 pm –  Registration

1:15 pm –  Golf – shotgun start

6 pm – Dinner w/ silent auction


We invite you to join us for a Scramble Golf Tournament to benefit the BREAST CANCER RESEARCH FOUNDATION at the beautiful and challenging Heritage Harbour Golf and Eatery in Bradenton, Florida.  This fabulous event will include a silent auction, prizes and dinner.

Sponsorship opportunities are available. 

Show your Support for this great cause! 

Together we can find a cure!


For more information please contact

Bryan Veith   941-374-3422

For Golf Information please visit


$25 per person

includes golf and one draft beer

KIDS 18 and Under PLAY FREE

with a paid accompanying adult.

One adult / child.

Valid for play Friday, May 25th thru Monday, May 28th


DALLAS (AP) — Aaron Wise cruised to his first PGA Tour victory Sunday, shattering the AT&T Byron Nelson record at 23 under on a new course in a race to finish before nightfall after a four-hour rain delay.

The 21-year-old rookie shot a 6-under 65 to beat Marc Leishman by three strokes as both became the first to finish the Nelson at 20 under or better in the first year at Trinity Forest. The treeless links-style layout was defenseless with softer fairways and greens and no wind once the morning storms passed.

The Nelson celebrated its 50th anniversary with a return to Dallas after 35 years at the TPC Four Seasons in suburban Irving. Rory Sabbatini set the previous record on that par-70 layout at 19-under 261 in 2009.

Wise, the 2016 NCAA individual champion at Oregon, reached 20 under with his third birdie in the first seven holes.


Branden Grace matched his career-best 62 from last year’s British Open — which was the lowest round ever in a major — and finished at 19 under with J.J. Spaun and Keith Mitchell, who had matching 63s.

Hometown star Jordan Spieth shot 67 to finish 11 under.



Open to Boys and Girls

All Camp sessions will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and will include practice on the range,

putting green, and short game practice areas, as well as the clubhouse. Lunch from Grill 8000

will be provided, as well as video game competition until pick-up.

Personalized instruction will be provided for male and female juniors at the

beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels, with teacher to student ratio at 4:1

Range balls, equipment (if needed), beverages, snacks and lunch are included.

All Campers must provide the following:

Shorts, Shirts with collars, towel, sunscreen and water bottle.



All participants will play the course at Heritage Harbour

with an Awards Presentation and Banquet following play.  Spectator Carts and Dinner Tickets

are available for parent purchase on the Special Evenings!

Trophies, Tees and Certificates will be awarded by age/experience

flighted tournament held on the last day of camp.

$180 per Golfer

$30 off additional child within the same family


Deadline for registration is 5 days prior to camp start date

Late fee of $20 will apply if after camp has started.





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Former world number one Jason Day has a burning ambition to get back to the top of the rankings and he made a huge leap with a two-stroke victory at the Wells Fargo Championship in North Carolina on Sunday.

Day had an awful day of wayward driving and squandered a three-shot lead on the back nine with consecutive bogeys, before rising to the occasion and hitting one of the best clutch shots of his life.

After a birdie at the par-four 16th, he took aim at the par-three 17th with a seven-iron from 230 yards and launched his ball 142 feet, as high as a 14-storey building, into the air.

It landed some 40 feet short of the pin and finally clattered against the bottom of the flagstick on the fifth bounce.

Day was unlucky not to make a hole-in-one, but the stick also saved his ball from rolling off the back of the green.

“When I hit it, it was on a cracking line, it was beautiful,” the Australian told reporters after securing his 12th PGA Tour victory.

“And then it just had this massive bounce, hit on the downslope and fortunately hit the pin, which was nice, and went to about two or three feet.

“Things like that is what you need to win golf tournaments.”

The ensuing birdie restored Day’s two-shot lead and he parred the last to shoot 68 and finish at 12-under 272, two strokes ahead of Americans Aaron Wise (68) and Nick Watney (69) at Quail Hollow in Charlotte.

Day rated the victory one of the best of his career, not because of the quality of his play but more due to his ability to get the job done without his best game.

“I was fighting demons out there because when you’re not hitting it good, it just feels like the life is getting sucked out of you,” he said.

“I had no idea where the ball was going today. I had no confidence in my ability to hit proper tee shots. I was just trying to keep it inside the tree line.

“My short game stood the test, which is nice.

“This is probably one of the best wins I’ve ever had, just because of how hard everything was today.”

It is only two years since Day dominated the game, but he lost his way a bit last year.

A win at Torrey Pines in January showed that he was back in business, and his Quail Hollow victory is projected to elevate him to seventh in the world rankings.

“I got burnt out being number one,” said the 30-year-old.

“You’ve got to give a lot of time to a lot of people and sometimes you don’t get a lot of time to yourself.

“Last year was a good kick in the butt, not playing great and then seeing a lot of the other guys succeed.

“So I really kind of re-dedicated myself to getting back to number one.

“This is a good kick in the right direction having two wins this kind of early in the season. My next step is to try to win a major this year.”