2021 Aggie Club Golf Tournament

The Kerr County A&M Club Charity Golf tournament will be held at Riverhill Country Club in Kerrville, Texas on October 4, 2021 at 12:00pm. It is a four man scramble with golf, cart, range balls, drinks and burgers.  There will also be a Putting Contest.  It benefits Kerr County high school students accepted to Texas A&M College Station.  There will also be a Silent Auction of Texas A&M souvenirs.

For more information on the golf course:

www.riverhillcc.com

 

Tournament Sponsored by:

The Ridge Marketplace

 

Sponsorships available:

Gold          $500 Title Sponsors

Silver       $250 Beverage Cart or Food Sponsor

Bronze    $225 Putting Green, Driving Range or Silent Auction

Maroon  $150 Closest to the Pin on Par 3 or Longest Drive

White      $125 Hole Sponsorship with Sign

All Sponsorships are fully tax deductible.

 

Title Sponsors will receive sign on course and name on website if check received by 9/13/21.

Notification emails with link to website will be sent to approximately 550 Aggies.

 

The cost per player will be $125 or $500 per team.

Mulligans $10 ea. (limited to 1 per person – green use only)

Putting Contest $10 (limited to 1 per person)

Walkups are welcome at $125 per player

 

To Download the Application for Golfers and Sponsors:

Golfer/ Sponsor Registration

 

Mail to:

Kerr County A&M Club

103 Live Oak Ln.

Kerrville, TX 78028

Attn: John Penaloza ’89

Deadline for Sponsorship and Preregistration is September 13, 2021

 

Winners will Receive Gift Certificates at Riverhill Country Club:

1st Place                         $500 per Team

2nd Place                       $400 per Team

3rd Place                        $300 per Team

Closest to the Hole    $50 each 2x

Long Drive                   $50

Putting Contest          $80

 

This golf tournament is open to everyone.  Individuals will be paired.

Handicaps are appreciated…

Kerr County Scholarship Winners!

Riverhill isn’t just a world-class Championship Golf Course designed by the legendary Byron Nelson and renowned course architect, Joe Finger, and a beautiful, historic three-story mansion. It is the perfect whole-family Country Club with a full schedule of sporting events, lessons and clinics for young and old alike.

Four man scramble

 

“Hit ’em sweet with Love and Dedication”

Johnny Arreaga professional golfer