Night Golf Tournament This FridayOct 1st, 2013 | By Admin | Category: Community News, Outdoors
It is sometimes referred to as “the most fun you can have with a club in your hand.” Not to be confused with “serious” golf, night golf is fun, challenging and a great opportunity to experience a whole new “light” in golfing. Madison Country Club will this Friday be the location for the inaugural night golf tournament hosted by the Kiwanis Club of Madison. “Fight the Night for Kids” is open to all golfers, young and old, men or women, regardless of skill level. Profits from the event will be dedicated to the support of Kiwanis’ efforts on behalf of children. Action begins with registration at Madison Country Club at 5 p.m., Friday, Oct. 4. The course itself will be “outlined” with glow sticks marking the fairways, hazards, greens and holes. Entry in the event also gets each player his or her own complementary LED glow ball, an extraordinary device that glows brightly when struck with a golf club. Additional balls will be available for purchase. Food will be available for purchase through Shelby’s catering, so come hungry. Refreshing libations will be available in the MCC 19th Hole Lounge. Entry fee for the event is just $50 per golfer, which includes glow ball and cart. Sponsorships are available. For information, please call Madison Country Club at (850) 973-6701, or just show up Friday afternoon ready to play. Tee off is expected just before dusk, around 6 p.m. Nine holes of golf will be played.