11th Annual Golf Outing

The Legacy Guild holds an annual golf outing to raise funds for new and existing Scholars.

GOLF: Golf may have a few openings. Email us at Info@TheLegacyGuild.com to confirm.

TENNIS: We’re excited to announce the return of our Women’s Tennis Clinic! Limited to 24 players, we will offer tennis drills with 4 area tennis pros. Food, drink and premium swag included! Check-in begins at 1:45 with the drills from 2:00 -4:00 pm. Registration is open. Tickets are $150.

SPONSORSHIPS: Thank you to our TOP sponsors. Click here to purchase sponsorship online.

RAFFLE: Tickets are available online (until 8 am Thursday or at the event). Non attendees can win too though local delivery only. View the awesome items. Thank you to all who have donated to our amazing raffle.

OUTING DETAILS:

Date: Thursday, September 29, 2022

Location: La Grange Country Club ( 620 S. Brainard Avenue, La Grange, IL)

Format: 4-person scramble format

11:30 am Golf Registration, pick up swag

11:45 am Lunch by Monk’s Burgers & More

12:45 pm Golfers to carts for instructions and parade to holes

1:00 pm Shotgun Start

3:30 pm Pizza break courtesy of Salerno’s – Western Springs

5:30 – 7:00 pm Cocktails & Taco Bar

Fee includes: 18 holes of golf, golf cart, lunch from Monk’s Burgers and More (served 11:30 – 12:45), drinks (beer & water) at lunch and on the course, golf swag, all on course contests (hole in one, closes to the pin and longest drive), Brat Stop on hole 16 (sponsored by La Grange Country Club), 19th hole post golf Cocktail and Taco Bar (5:30 – 7:00 pm) and a few additional surprises.

The golfers in the foursome with the lowest score will each win a prize.

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“The LeaderShop was humbled to be invited. This partnership was a beautiful example of teamwork and an organization choosing to be resilient during such a difficult year. Not only was The Legacy Guild continuing to drive their mission forward, but they also chose to support another organization in need.”

Gabriella Miller, Director of Development