Capital Community College Foundation will hold its first Golf Classic on Friday, May 10, 2019 at Keney Park Golf Course — a scramble tournament in support of a summer program to ease the transition of first-time students going into college.
The summer “bridge” program provides entering students with pre-college academic support that improves achievement and retention and leads to transfer to four year schools. Net proceeds from the Classic will benefit this transition program in 2019.
The cost for individual players is $150 or $600 per foursome. Registration covers greens fees, golf cart, lunch, dinner and refreshments on the course. Participants can arrange their own foursomes or sign up as singles. The cost for dinner only guests is $30.
Event and sponsorship information and other ways to participate are available. Sponsorship benefits include foursomes, pre- and post- event logo recognition on tournament print and online communication, social media and at the downtown campus.
About Keney Park Golf Course
Since early 2014, Keney Park Golf Course has been the focus of a massive restoration, with design efforts led by Matthew Dusenberry of Dusenberry Design. Dusenberry, a Milwaukee-based golf course architect, was a longtime associate at Greg Norman Golf Course Design, and has worked on layouts such as Doral in Miami and Doonbeg in Ireland. The full-scale restoration of Keney Park Golf Course includes completely renovated tee boxes, fairways, greens and bunkers, as well as an updated clubhouse that includes The Tavern At Keney Park managed by the DISH Restaurant Group.