Morris Slingluff Memorial Golf
Monday, June 8th
Dothan Country Club
The Morris Slingluff Memorial Golf Tournament will be held on Monday, June 8th at the Dothan Country Club.
Last year we surpassed our goal and provided $40,000 in Teacher Grants to DCS classrooms for the 2014-2015 term. Help us reach our goal this year and place a team in the tournament.
Teams are $500 for a 4 person scramble. Lunch will be served at 11:00 with Tee Off at noon.
Event proceeds are directed to our Teacher Grant Program. We appreciate this community and our schools for supporting this important event.
Headland C. C. Invitational Golf Classic
Date(s): 6/5/2015, 6/6/2015, 6/7/2015
June 6th-7th, Registration deadline is Friday, June 5th.
Headland Country Club located three miles east of Headland.
The 29th Annual Headland C. C. Invitational Golf Classic will be held June 6th-7th at the Headland Country Club located three miles east of Headland. This will be a 36-hole Medal Play invitational tournament that will be limited to the first 72 paid entries. Entry fee is $110.00 and includes amenities, green fees and golf cart for both days. Sunday flights will be determined by Saturday scores. Cash prizes awarded to top four players in each flight. Lunch will be served both days in the Grand Room of the Headland Country Club.
To enter, contact the Headland CC at 693-2324 or if entering by mail, send your check along with your name, address, phone number and your preferred Saturday tee time, 8:00 AM or 1:00 PM, to the Headland Country Club, P. O. Box 215, Headland, AL 36345-0215.
Morris Slingluff Memorial Golf Tournament
Lunch is at 11am Tee off at 12
Dothan Country Club, Dothan, AL
The Dothan Education Foundation (DEF) is preparing to host its annual Morris Slingluff Memorial Golf Tournament. The tournament will be held on Monday, June 8th at the Dothan Country Club. Proceeds from the tournament are directed to grants the DEF offers to Dothan City Schools (DCS) teachers. The DEF has provided over $350,000 through its teacher grant program. Last year $40,000 was awarded for a variety of classroom projects that otherwise would not have been funded. Some of the projects funded last year were career software for the Accelerated Recovery Program, The Clothes Closet at the Dothan Technology Center, drum sets & hand chimes for music classes and an assortment of technological devices throughout entire system. This program encourages teachers to think outside of the box and bring creative ideas into their classroom. Community support in this tournament will continue to foster educational success for our students and grow creative classrooms.