Golfing for The Boy Scouts
Quit Qui Oc Golf Course will host its annual and ever-popular Boy Scout Fundraising Outing on Wednesday, June 6th this year, with proceeds benefitting the Boy Scouts of America. Entry into the 18-hole event includes a cart, boxed lunch and an end-of-tournament bratwurst fry for all players. The tournament will be played in teams, scramble-style.
Players will beef up their game, and possibly their wallets, for the unique and entertaining 'Beat The Pro' hole. Located at either hole four or hole nine during the tournament, the 'Beat The Pro' charity hole will begin with instructors Rachel Montaba (LPGA-certified), Todd Montaba (PGA-certified) and Rachel's father, Tom Wiese (PGA-certified) teeing off on the par-three hole. After all three of the Pros have taken their shots, tournament players may elect to either take and play their own tee shot, or they may buy the tee shot from one of the Pros, taking their second stroke from where the Pro’s ball lays. The proceeds from bought tee shots also benefit the Boy Scouts of America. There's usually a lot of big talk surrounding the 'Beat The Pro' hole, so bring your best swing!
Entry spots are still available for this year's annual Boy Scout fundraising tournament. Or, simply plan a round or two when you make your Wisconsin getaway reservations and bring the whole family for a day on the links. Quit Qui Oc's open season is underway and runs through the end of a beautiful autumn. Call 920-876-2833 for reservations or visit www.quitquioc.com.