Golf Tournament:
17th Annual George Knittle Memorial Bayley Golf Classic

17th Annual George Knittle Memorial Bayley Golf Classic
May 18, 2020
May 18, 2020
05/04/2020
no policy
Charity Golf Outing
250 per golfer
yes
TBA
Bayley Assisted Living & Adult Day
Cincinnati, Ohio
Shannon Moore
513-347-5535
shannon.moore@bayleylife.org
A charity golf event to benefit Bayley Assisted Living residents and Adult Day members in need. Bayley is a continuum of care Retirement Facility and Community Wellness Center on the west side of Cincinnati. Our goal is to promote optimum health and well-being for seniors by offering residential living options, rehabilitative therapy, a community fitness club, home services and an Adult Day Program for those living on our campus and in the local community. This annual event helps Bayley continue our mission of providing compassionate care to Bayley residents and community members in need, today and into the future.
TBA
SPONSOR OPTIONS Tournament Sponsor-$6,000 Major Sponsor-$3,000 Fairway Sponsor-$2,000 Corporate Foursome-$900 (SAVE $100) Refreshment Sponsor-$500 Tee Sponsor-$300 Sand Trap Sponsor-$150 GOLFER OPTIONS Individual Golfer-$250 per golfer Mulligans-$5 (8 per Foursome) Reception Only-$50 For Sponsorship & Golfer Options, please go to the website listed.

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