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Pete Parker Golf Tournament

May. 15, 2019

Pete Parker Golf Tournament - June 8, 2019

The Pete Parker Golf Tournament is an annual event sponsored by the Hendersonville Church of Christ that raises money for the Pete Parker Endowed Scholarship at Freed-Hardeman University. 

This scholarship honors the life of Keith and Sandra Parker's son Pete Parker. The proceeds of the scholarship are awarded each year to a Freed-Hardeman student who plans to share the gospel with others. 

If you would like to participate in the golf tournament, the details are as follows:

Date: Saturday, June 8, 2019

Location: Country Hills Golf Club - 1501 Saundersville, Rd., Hendersonville, TN, 37075

Entrance Fee: $100/person (includes breakfast, lunch, and snacks)

Tournament details: 4 man scramble; those that individually sign-up will be assigned a team. 

If you have an interest in sponsoring a hole sign to advertise your business or to honor/remember a loved one, the fee is $200 and includes entrance into the golf tournament for one person. 

Schedule:

*7:00am - 8:00am - Breakfast and putting contest

*8:00am - Tee time

*12:30pm - Lunch served and prizes awarded

To register for the golf tournament, please contact Suzy O'Guinn at 615-824-6622. 

In addition to the golf tournament, you can also support the Pete Parker Scholarship by participating in the silent auction. Some auction items include:

*Guitar signed by Vince Gill and Amy Grant
*Guitar signed by Oak Ridge Boys
*Guitar signed by Kix Brooks
*Kentucky cap signed by Coach John Calipari
*UT cap signed by Coah Phil Fulmer

 
To place a bid on an auction item, bids may be mailed to:

Suzy O'Guinn
107 Rockland Rd. 
Hendersonville, TN 37075 

Bids can be mailed to the address above prior to June 8, or bids can be made at the event location until 8:00am on June 8, 2019. You do not have to be present to win. 

If you would like to simply support the Pete Parker Scholarship, checks can be mailed to Suzy O'Guinn at the address listed above with "Pete Parker Scholarship" noted in the memo line.