11th Annual Golf Tournament
When: Monday, September 23, 2013 at The Ridge at Castle Pines North
YOU are needed to increase the impact of Denver Seminary! All proceeds from Denver Seminary's 11th Annual Golf tournament will be given toward the General Scholarship Fund, which provides financial aid for students. In turn, these students are making an impact on the WORLD by ENGAGING peoples' needs with the GOSPEL and SCRIPTURE.
Register by September 9, 2013!
Registration, driving range, and box lunch
Clubhouse dinner, awards, and door prizes
The golf tournament follows a four-person, best-ball modified scramble. The top three foursomes will receive awards in the clubhouse based on the low-gross scoring system. Additional awards for closest-to-the-pin, longest putt, and longest drive will be given, with new challenges as well. And don’t forget those holes-in-one: you could win a free car!
Foursome - $1200
Four golfers: 18 holes of golf with cart, box lunch, gift, clubhouse dinner ($660 tax deduction)
Individual - $300
Single golfer: 18 holes of golf with cart, box lunch, gift, clubhouse dinner ($165 tax deduction)
Platinum - $5000
4 golfers: 18 holes of golf with cart, box lunch, clubhouse dinner, tee sign, Platinum-sponsor gift for each golfer, clubhouse recognition, and a Platinum-sponsor customized marketing package! ($4310 tax deduction)
Diamond - $3000
4 golfers: 18 holes of golf with cart, box lunch, clubhouse dinner, tee sign, Diamone-sponsor gift for each golfer, clubhouse recognition, and a Diamond-sponsor customized marketing package! ($2310 tax deduction)
Gold - $2000
4 golfers: 18 holes of golf with cart, box lunch, clubhouse dinner, tee sign, Gold-sponsor gift for each golfer, clubhouse recognition ($1310 tax deduction)
For questions or information on these golf sponsorships, contact Chris Johnson at or 303-762-6924.
About The Ridge at Castle Pines North
The Ridge is an 18-hole championship golf course built by legendary player and course designer Tom Weiskopf in 1997. With a course elevation of 6,402 ft., this par 71 course features multiple tees and pin locations and offers playability for all ages and a true challenge for those seeking a golf test.
• Best Overall Course in Colorado (1st - public or private): Colorado Avid Golfer
• Top 10 Public Courses in Colorado (1st): Colorado Golf Magazine
• Top 10 Best New Course in the US (8th): Golf Magazine
• Top 100 Courses You Can Play: Golf Magazine
• America’s Best Courses, State by State: Golfweek
• Best Public Front Range Course in Colorado (1st): Colorado Avid Golfer
If you have questions or would like more information, please contact Chris Johnson at or 303-762-6924.