Drive for Impact Golf Tournament
June 1 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm MDT
Join Boise State alumni and friends for a fun day of golf to raise funds for the Intercollegiate Knights Endowed Scholarship – which benefits students of foster care seeking a Boise State degree. Register as a four-person team or as an individual. The tournament is a shotgun start, four-person scramble tournament, with dinner immediately following. Fees for golfers include a registration prize bag, two drink tickets, a golf cart and dinner.
In order to keep everyone safe and meet CDC guidelines, the tournament may look a little different this year, depending on requirements at the time in June. If necessary based on CDC and local health requirements, we may need to split the teams into two sessions (a.m. and p.m.). We may need to adjust our large dinner and shotgun start and replace it with an individual tee time start for each team of four. Masks will be required if a Boise City mask mandate is in place. We will adjust according to safety requirements but look forward to this great opportunity for a fun day of golf to raise funds for student scholarships
Individual Golfer: $125 per person*
Team of Four: $500*
Dinner Only $25
* include a registration prize bag, two drink tickets, a golf cart and dinner.
The registration deadline is May 7. The tournament fills up quickly so register today!
Sponsor the 2021 Boise State Alumni Association Drive for Impact Golf Tournament and help Impact Scholars re-write statistics! Proceeds from the Golf Tournament fund the Intercollegiate Knights Endowed Scholarship which benefits students coming out of foster care who wish to earn a degree at Boise State University. 84% of foster care students wish to attend college, and only 7% enroll. Make a huge impact on student’s lives while marketing your business to hundreds of Boise State alumni. We have a variety of packages available.
The sponsorship deadline is March 1.
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Boise State alumni and friends may contribute to the Intercollegiate Knights Endowed Scholarship and make a difference in the lives of these students. Education is the number one variable that can break the cycle of poverty.