Foursome and Sponsor Opportunities still available for May 16 event
The 12th Annual Natalie Gulbis Golf Classic returns this spring to benefit Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. With the help of professional golfer Natalie Gulbis, the tournament raises much needed funds to support the nonprofit’s efforts to promote good character and leadership, healthy lifestyles, and academic success among youth ages 6-18. Gulbis will also be attending the event.
The scramble tournament will be held Monday, May 16, 2022, at the Las Vegas Country Club, 3000 Joe W. Brown Drive. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. Registration fees are $600 for individual golfers or $2,000 per foursome and include 18 holes of golf and lunch. Other ways to participate in supporting the event include a variety of sponsorships and in-kind donation opportunities. Registration is recommended by May 6.
“The Natalie Gulbis Golf Classic is one of our most popular events, and we’re grateful to Natalie for her ongoing support of our youth and our mission,” said Andy Bischel, president and CEO of organization. “There’s still time to register and get involved in the event, and everyone is looking forward to having fun with Natalie out on the course.”
Current event sponsors include: IES Residential, Bank of America, AceComm, ITG, McDonald Carano, Emerald Island Casino, and Rainbow Club Casino.
To sign up for the event or learn more about sponsorship opportunities, call 702-367-2582, email email@example.com or visit https://www.bgcsnv.org/events/natalie-gulbis-golf-classic.
About Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada
The Boys & Girls clubs of Southern Nevada boasts 13 clubhouses throughout Las Vegas, Henderson and North Las Vegas, including the Natalie Gulbis Club on W. Tropicana Ave. Our mission is to enable young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Focused on three main impact areas – Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles and Good Character & Leadership – Clubhouses provide a safe, supportive place to go (both physically and mentally), life-changing opportunities, and the chance for youth to learn, grow, and become who they want to be. Serving nearly 1,500 youth each day between the ages of 6-18, Clubs operate Monday through Friday before and after school, with extended hours over school breaks such as spring break, winter break and over the summer. For more information: www.bgcsnv.org | Facebook@BGCSNV | Instagram @BGCSNV | Twitter @BGCSNV | 702-367-2582