Kerrville B&G Club hosting golf tourney
The Salvation Army will host its first annual golf tournament benefitting The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club of Kerrville on Monday, June 25, at Comanche Trace Country Club in Kerrville.
All participants have a chance to win a 2011 Yamaha Raider 1900 motorcycle from Destination Cycle.
The hole-in-one prize retails for over $15,000.
"We're excited to be part of The Salvation Army Open. It's a great opportunity to help kids right here in the hill country," said Sarah Kee, owner of Destination Cycle.
The 4-person scramble begins with a shotgun start at 9 am.
Prizes will be awarded for top finishers, and a putting contest will determine the winner of a new Callaway putter.
Participants will be treated to breakfast tacos on the driving range, and enjoy a prime rib sandwich lunch buffet with a silent auction to follow.
Callaway gift bags will be given to all players during check-in at the Comanche Trace Pro Shop, and additional door prizes will be awarded.
"All proceeds from the tournament go directly to the scholarship fund for the Boys & Girls Club.
Right now we have 45 percent of the kids on scholarships, which equates to roughly $90,000 annually," notes Capt. Brett Meredith of The Salvation Army.
Cost is $125 per player, or $150 to add a super ticket.
To sign-up, visit
and click on the Boys & Girls Club Golf Tournament link, or simply call 830-315-KROC (5762).