Sports Medicine Golf Outing On June 10
June 2, 2011
AMHERST, Mass. - The UMass Sports Medicine Department will hold its annual Golf Tournament & Dinner on Friday, June 10 at the Ledges Golf Club in South Hadley. All are welcome to come and enjoy a day of fun at one of the area's premier golf courses while at the same time supporting those who ensure the health of the Minutemen and Minutewomen throughout the year.
For a $100 entry fee, each golfer receives 18 holes of golf in a four-man scramble (captain and crew) format, cart, lunch at the turn, catered dinner following the round, gifts, raffles and prizes. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. and runs up until the 10 a.m. shotgun start. Cocktail hour begins at 2:30 p.m. and dinner as well as raffles will begin at 3:30 p.m.
To register, follow the link for the registration form, or contact Jennifer Brodeur at 413-577-2901 or email at email@example.com. Registration forms can be faxed to 413-545-3150 or mailed to:
UMass Sports Medicine
Numerous sponsorship opportunities of various levels are available as well. See the registration form for more details.
Not a golfer? Most of the people playing are not either, but there is a dinner-only option for $45.
The University of Massachusetts' athletic training facility offers high quality athletic training services to intercollegiate student-athletes. The underlying Philosophy of the Sports Medicine Program is to ensure the student-athlete's health care needs come first.
The UMass Sports Medicine Department provides 21 teams, consisting of 650 athletes, quality health care during the academic year and summer sessions. The department consists of six full-time certified athletic trainers and three certified graduate assistant athletic trainers. In addition to day-to-day injury evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation the staff also focuses on student and student athlete education.
Nestled in the Holyoke Range near the Connecticut River, Ledges Golf Club offers spectacular views of the Holyoke Mountain Range and South Hadley farmlands. Winding through natural wetlands, this 6,500 yard Howard Maurer design offers a variety of hole styles from links to tree lined. The putting green and driving range will be available prior to the start of the tournament if you would like to "warm-up"! Please remember The Ledges is a soft spike facility.