8403 Vintage Club Dr
The Fifth Annual Future Generations Golf Tournament to benefit youth of The First Tee of Greater Wilmington (a 501c3) will be held at Porters Neck Country Club on Monday, October 23, 2017 – 9:00AM Shotgun.
At our facility at the Municipal Golf Course (Muni) featuring a 3-hole short course in classic John Fought design, The First Tee emphasizes Nine Core Values delivered through the platform of golf. They are honesty, integrity, sportsmanship, respect, confidence, responsibility, perseverance, courtesy and judgment. Teaming up with experts in positive youth development, The First Tee helps youth ages 5 to 17 become good golfers and even better people. We also are partnering with other youth serving agencies, PAL, YMCA, YWCA, Boys & Girls Clubs and GLOW Academy to deliver outreach programs at our Muni facility.
We currently reach over 7,500 youth at our facility, schools and other youth serving agencies. Your support will provide the funding to assist and expand The First Tee youth opportunities and programs in Wilmington.
2017 Individual or Team Application:
Corporate: $800, 1 foursome entry, 1 tee sign, cart fee, breakfast sandwich, beverages, lunch and day of activities
Team: $600, 1 foursome entry, cart fee, breakfast sandwich, beverages, lunch and day of activities
Individual: $150, 1 tournament entry, cart fee, breakfast sandwich, beverages, lunch and day of activities
All proceeds to benefit:
The First Tee of Greater Wilmington & The Greater Wilmington Sports Hall of Fame Scholarship Fund
Luncheon Sponsor: (1 Available) $5,000 (8 Seats at Head Table with Ron Rivera)
Tables of 9: $1,500 Per Table (Limited Availability)
Individual Seats: $175
Ron will speak about Life, Golf and the Panther’s Organization
Ron Rivera is the defensive minded head coach of the Carolina Panthers of the NFL. He attended the University of California as a linebacker where in his senior season he was a consensus All-American. After leaving the Golden Bears, where he held the record for all-time sacks and tackles at one point, he was drafted into the NFL by the Chicago Bears. Rivera went on to play for the Bears for 9 seasons, helping the team to a Super Bowl victory in 1985. After his retirement in 1992, Rivera went on to begin a coaching career in the NFL. He began with his former team before moving up the ranks as the linebackers coach for the Eagles and then was hired as the defensive coordinator for the Bears. Rivera then moved to San Diego as a linebackers coach for the Chargers, and was promoted to defensive coordinator for the team in 2008. In 2011, Rivera was given his first opportunity at head coaching when he was hired by the Carolina Panthers. He was named AP’s NFL Coach of the Year in 2013 and 2015.