Sponsorships Available for 1st Annual Pro-Am Golf Tournament to Benefit Special Olympics Florida-Palm Beach County

Wellington, Fla. - October 10, 2017 - The 1st Annual Pro-Am Golf Tournament, benefiting Special Olympics Florida-Palm Beach County, will be held December 4, 2017, at Wellington National Golf Club, and it is an event you do not want to miss! The first event of its kind in the western communities will give participants the opportunity to play in a respectable Pro-Am tournament while supporting the important work of Special Olympics of Palm Beach County. Wellington National invites you to consider attending and sponsoring this charitable event in show of stewardship for the local Wellington community and especially those individuals with special needs and their families who care for them.

The mission of Special Olympics Florida-Palm Beach County is not only to support year-round sports training and athletic competition but to help give persons with Intellectual Disabilities the ability to "Live their Dreams." This goal is only made possible by local donations and fundraisers such as the 1st Annual Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Wellington National.

Wellington National Golf Club and Special Olympics Florida-Palm Beach County are currently offering numerous sponsorship opportunities for the tournament which are appropriate for all levels of giving. All sponsors will be represented in the official program and can be guaranteed prime visibility for a diverse group of participants.  

Gold Sponsor - $5,000
1 Foursome, 2 tee signs, 2 luncheon tickets
Full Page Program Ad, Name on All Media/Marketing

Silver Sponsor - $2,500
2 tee signs, 1 luncheon ticket
Half Page Program Ad, Name on Media/Marketing

Bronze Sponsor - $1,000
1 tee sign, 1 Luncheon ticket,
Quarter Page Program Ad

Supporting Sponsor - $500
1 tee sign, Name Listed in Program Ad

Friend Sponsor - $250
Business Card Program Ad

Other donation amounts, raffle prizes or auction items are also welcomed. Please contact Julie Pickens for other opportunities.

The tournament will consist of up to 30 teams of 5 players, comprised of 1 professional and 4 amateurs. Amateurs can sign up for the tournament at a cost of $250, and the day will include a breakfast and luncheon in addition to complimentary practice balls and tournament play. Registration and breakfast will commence at 8am, followed by a 9:30am shotgun start and the luncheon at 2:30pm. For those interested simply in attending the event as a spectator, tickets for cocktails and a luncheon are available for $100.

To hear from Rich Fleming, Director of Special Olympics Florida-Palm Beach County, and for more information on sponsorship, the schedule and forming a team, please click here.