Promise House, an organization that helps homeless, runaway and at-risk youth, will host its 16thAnnual Golf Classic on May 19 with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. at Bent Tree Country Club at 5201 Westgrove Drive.
The Golf Classic offers golfers the unique opportunity to play 18 holes of golf on a members-only course, Bent Tree Country Club, and spend a day outside the office supporting Promise House. Throughout the tournament, golfers will enjoy hand-rolled cigars and margaritas, plus specialty holes featuring delectable goodies from Tiff’s Treats and Blue Mesa Grill. On-course contests and prizes also will be held throughout the day. Registration and lunch catered by In-N-Out Burger will begin at 11 a.m. with the tournament promptly starting at 1 p.m. The day will conclude with a post-tournament reception, awards ceremony dinner and silent auction held in the Oak Room of Bent Tree Country Club.
The annual tournament success would not be possible without the support of contributing sponsors throughout the years. This year, Promise House recognizes the tournament’s Eagle sponsors, Nancy Ann and Ray Hut; Birdie sponsors, Patty O’Neil and Sturdisteel; Par sponsors, Ecolab Food and Beverage, KDC Real Estate Development and Investments, QuickTrip and TBNi Nutrition Solutions; Contest sponsor, Sewell Automotive Companies; Golf Ball sponsor, OptimizePM; Bogey sponsors, Gensler, Plains Capital Bank and Robbie Malone, PLLC; Golf Cart sponsor, Strasburger Attorneys at Law; Hole Plus sponsor, John Miller, Brenda Maddox and Chaiken Legal Group, PC; Scorecard sponsor, Reciprocity Restaurant Group; Superticket sponsor, IPS Advisors; Hospitality Hole sponsors, Blue Mesa Grill, Cigar Art Oak Cliff and Tiff’s Treats; Beverage sponsor, Coca-Cola and Lunch sponsor, In-N-Out Burger.
Promise House is currently seeking additional individuals, teams and sponsors interested in supporting their mission through a fun-filled event on the green, as well as sponsors for the tournament. For information sponsorships or to register to play in the Golf Classic, please visit the website or call 214-941-8578.
The Golf Classic directly supports Promise House in efforts to give struggling youth the individualized support, skills, encouragement and hope to live a better life. Providing these youth with the support they need now is important because it minimizes the long-term costs to our community and ensures a more positive and promising future for us all.
Promise House embraces homeless, runaway and at-risk youth by providing them with individualized support, skills, encouragement and hope to live a better life. Since 1984, Promise House has had an open door 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to youth and families in crisis serving nearly 70,000 children, teens and families in North Texas. Seven programs cover the vital needs of youth, including emergency shelter; transitional living; pregnant and parenting teen services; individual, group and family counseling; Street Outreach; and education intervention. Promise House is dedicated to providing the strength, stability and hope that youth need today to fulfill their promise for a healthy, productive and self-sufficient tomorrow. To learn more, please visit the website.