Sparta Country Club to hold Inaugural Pistol Two Man Scramble benefiting the Pistol Foundation
By | August 7, 2017 9:32 am
The Sparta Country Club will hold its Inaugural Pistol Two Man Scramble on Sept. 2 and 3. This scramble is to raise money for the Pistol Foundation that supplies two graduates per year a scholarship in honor of Tammy “Pistol” Wilhite.
Tammy “Pistol” Wilhite passed away suddenly on Nov. 29, 2016. She was the sports editor for The Expositor for 22 years before she passed. She was also a beloved member of the community and had served as a coach to countless White County children in the different sports leagues for many years.
Cost: $200 per team includes the two days of golf, two mulligans per golfer each day, and Calcutta dinner Saturday night.
Please call the Sparta Country Club at (931) 738-5836 or stop by to sign up. Let them know if you prefer the 8 a.m. tee time or the 1:30 p.m. tee time. Tee times on Sunday will be according to flight after Saturday round.
Calcutta dinner to begin at 6 p.m., with auction starting at 7 p.m.
Side games will also be played throughout the day including a putting contest, Golf darts, long drive, and closest to the hole prizes on all par 3’s. First Hole in One is $500 cash prize.
Field will be cut down to three flights with first place in each flight receiving $800, second place $600, and third place $400. These prizes may change depending on full field requirements.
Calcutta payouts will have 10 percent of each flight going to the foundation. The rest will be split up, with 1st place receiving 60 percent, 2nd place receiving 30 percent, and 3rd place receiving 10 percent.
For the small price of $50, you can have a sign at the tournament with your name or family name displayed for everyone to see.
If you would like to sponsor or donate, please contact the Sparta Country Club for more information.