The South Rowan Public College Bible Instructing Affiliation has set Monday, Oct. 26, because the date for the Fall Bible Golf Event. The event will likely be held at Irish Creek Golf Course in Kannapolis.
Taking part in guidelines will differ from previous tournaments held by the identical group. There’ll now not be a shotgun begin. This yr, resulting from pandemic security procedures, all groups will likely be assigned beginning tee ties and play will start at 9am with breaks of quarter-hour earlier than the subsequent group begins play. Some golfers may have accomplished mess around midday whereas others will end by 4 p.m.
There is not going to be an awards ceremony on the finish of play, however winners will likely be posted on the golf course and by cellphone. Awards will likely be introduced to the primary, second and third place groups and to the golfer with the closest to the pin and longest drive. A gap in a single on a delegated par 3 will win a 2020 Nissan Sentra sponsored by Ben Mynatt Nissan and Jackie Hester.
Proceeds from the golf event will assist fund the Bible trainer within the native south Rowan space colleges. Roxanne Johnson has been educating Bible historical past as an elective within the South Rowan space for 29 years, and it’s at present obtainable as an elective at South Rowan Excessive College and Corriher-Lipe and China Grove center colleges. Her place is funded 100%, together with wage and advantages, by the South Rowan Public Faculties Bible Instructing Affiliation. No tax cash is used, because the funding comes solely by the contributions of native church buildings, people, civic organizations and fundraisers.
Throughout regular years, a Bible Banquet is held within the spring and the golf event within the fall. The spring banquet was not held because of the coronavirus which locations better emphasis on the golf event.
Prices to enter are $300 per group or $75 per golfer. To enter or for added info, name Bennett Hester 980-622-3551 or Lynn Furr at 704-724-2819.
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