Friday, April 28, 2017


(Greenville) Entries now are being accepted for the eighth Annual Karlh McCallister Golf Outing, planned for noon Saturday, June 17, at the Turtle Creek Golf Course, 6545 State Route 36 East. Proceeds from the event benefit Bridges to College.

“This has been a fun, successful event in the past,” said Marlise McCallister, who is coordinating the outing. “Last year, we had 71 golfers participate.” McCallister encouraged golfers to register early.

This year, golfers may register online at the Bridges to College website at For convenience, golfers may also pay online.

The outing will be in a four-person scramble format with a shotgun start at noon. The entry fee is $90 per person and includes green fees, reverse raffle entry, meal, and golf cart. There will be golf prizes for winners as well as skills contests for closest to pin, longest drive and longest putt. Additional reverse raffle tickets can be purchased for $10 each.

The Karlh McCallister Golf Outing also is accepting corporate and hole sponsorships at this time. Hole sponsorships are $50 and corporate sponsorships are $250. This year we are continuing including College teams to the sponsorships at $50 per College name. We are doing this to encourage the College Theme along with golf. Sponsorship forms are available online at the Bridges to College website.

“We hope that golfers will come out to enjoy a fun day of golf, to honor the memory of Karlh McCallister, and to support Bridges to College,” McCallister said.

Karlh McCallister, a Greenville businessman, was instrumental in starting Bridges to College, a non-profit organization that helps students go to college through educational programming, mentoring, and scholarships.

To top off a fun day of golf, the reverse raffle drawing will be held, the elite raffle, and awards for the golf outing will then take place. For more information about the outing, please contact Linda Hickerson at 548-2084, or visit the Bridges to College website at

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