Golf Tournament:
Golfing 4 Autism Tournaent

Golfing 4 Autism Tournaent
August 11, 2018
August 11, 2018
08/01/2018
Online, Check or Cash
Modified
Individual - $125 Foursome - $500
Yes
Comprehensive Behavior Supports
Play4Autism Foundation
Fresh Meadows, New York
Greg Vasicek
7184409863
greg@play4autism.org
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS 9:00 am Player Registration Breakfast Tee Time Assignment (Modified Shotgun) ? 10:00 am Tournament Play Begins $20, 000 Hole in One Contest on the 14th Longest Drive Contest on the 13th Dixon Challenge - Holes TBA ? Noon - 1:00 Lunch at the Turn Sponsored by Grill 66 ? 3:00 to 4:00 ? Million Dollar Shootout on the 18th $5K Putting Contest via Raffle on the 18th 4:30 to 6:00 Reception/Dinner Sponsored by Grill 66 Trophy Presentation Honorees "Tile's Unlimited" and Miss Raelyn Hattat Introduction & Presentation. Silent Auction, Raffles & more 19th Hole "Comedy Night" Party at TBA ?
Trophies for top foursome,& Runnerup. Longest Drive - $100 Closet to the Pin Trophy
We are proud to announce that the Play4Autism Foundation will be staging their 2nd Annual "Golfing 4 Autism" Tournament to help us further spread awareness about autism and to raise funds to put the Kidz into Action!

View all New York Golf Tournaments
View Entire Golf Tournaments Database

ACTIVITY FEED

Bradley L.  Scored 107 at  New Paltz New Paltz, New York

Michael B.  Scored 80 at  St. Andrews Winston, Georgia

Rick M.  just went PRO!

Michael B.  Scored 77 at  St. Andrews Winston, Georgia

Michael B.  Scored 84 at  St. Andrews Winston, Georgia

View Activity Feed

Video of the Day
Practice Is Critical Watch Video>>

Hitting Low Shots Choke down on the club slightly, keep the ball back in your stance, place 60% of your weight forward and finish low
Four Rules of Putting Keep your eyes directly over ball, shoulders parallel and putter face perpendicular to target line and head still
Solid Downswing with Lag Focus on your left wrist at the top of the backswing and start of the downswing to get to impact properly, many players have a cupped left wrist which changes the angle of the clubface, this causes an open clubface and results in casting and manipulation during the last portion of the downswing