|Play golf with Dabo and other Clemson celebrities in new golf event|
|by TigerNet Staff - Friday, May 16, 2014 1:30 PM||
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The Annual Golf Invitational hosted by Dabo and Kathleen will be held at the Keowee Key Golf & Country Club on Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Clemson celebrities include: Keith Jennings, Michael Dean Perry, Levon KirklandLevon Kirkland
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• Tiger Celebrity on every team
• Every team plays a hole with Coach Dabo!
• 1 Mulligan Per Player
• $2500 - Foursome / $650 - Individual
• $2100 Tax Deductible / $550 Tax Deductible
Registration at 8:30 A.M. / Tee Off at 10 A.M.
Top 3 teams receive signed helmets autographed by Coach Dabo.
1st place prize:
Team experience with the opportunity to enjoy a locker room experience. Mid-week Family Night (Fall Practice Visit and Wednesday Dinner with coaches and team)
2nd Place Prize:
All four members receive a voice mail recording from Coach Dabo and signed helmet.
3rd Place Prize:
All four team members receive Clemson apparel and 4 signed helmets.
Senior Longest Drive and Longest Drive Contest Winners:
Brand name driver
Putting Contest Winner:
Brand name putter
Chipping Contest Winner:
Clemson Apparel and a photo with the Tigers
Call: 864.933.6733 or visit www.daboswinneygolfevent.com
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