Every fall, we craft wee golf clubs and set up a tournament for the armadillos at the Marsh Trails…
Kidding. We’re totally kidding. Everyone knows armadillos are terrible golfers.
We’re looking for a few good, some moderate and a lot of mulligan-loving golfers to come out to Old Corkscrew Golf Club on November 3 to help us raise money to fund our environmental education programs.
It’s a team scramble format with mulligans, raffles and a lot of fun. We hope you’ll join us or, if you’d like to support this fundraiser but are unable to golf, please peruse our underwriting opportunities and consider becoming a sponsor.
Proceeds benefit the CREW Land & Water Trust, a 501(c)3 non-profit conservation organization that has helped preserve over 47,000 acres of the Corkscrew Regional Ecosystem Watershed (CREW) in Lee and Collier Counties, FL. The CREW provides aquifer recharge, water filtration, wildlife habitat, and recreational and educational opportunities for the residents and visitors of southwest Florida. It’s environmental education programs benefit over 8000 people (preK – adult) every year.
Proceeds benefit the CREW Land & Water Trust in its mission to preserve and protect the natural communities and water resources in and around the Corkscrew Regional Ecosystem Watershed. Additional hole sponsors are needed. Hole sponsors, players, and foursomes can find registration information here.
This tournament is named in honor of Stanley Hole, who was a founding board member of the CREW Trust and instrumental in developing partnerships in the early days of CREW. Stanley was also an avid golfer.
For more information or to register for the golf tournament, click here.