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Golf UNITED Returns! Annual Scramble Happens May 15

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The groundhog says spring is near—and that means golf season is close on its heels! Time to prepare for the second annual Golf UNITED Against Poverty, a four-person scramble tournament that’s both fun and supports United Way’s work to help Jackson County families become financially stable.

This year’s Golf UNITED happens Friday, May 15, at Hankerd Hills Golf Course. Entry fee is $400 per team or $100 per individual. That includes 18 holes, a cart, dogs at the turn, and lunch. Lots of prizes are included, too.

Download a signup form by clicking here. Corporate sponsorships are available, too.

Think spring! And we’ll see you on the links!