SUSSEX COUNTY, NJ - The Sussex County Association of REALTORS® announced today that they will be holding their Annual Golf Classic, a major fundraiser for local housing related non-profits, will take place on Wednesday, October 4 at the Newton Country Club. Proceeds from the event will benefit housing related non-profits in Sussex County and the Center for Breast Health at Newton Memorial Hospital.
Golfers will enjoy a driving lesson from Lisa “Longball” Vlooswyck. Lisa currently holds the Canadian Women’s Long Drive record at 350 yards 2 feet 2 inches. In addition to her competitive career, Lisa is a golf journalist for several publications including Inside Golf Magazine and has had her own column in Golf Digest Canada and Back9Network. Lisa is a successful keynote Peak Performance speaker at Conferences and Conventions and is a Golf Entertainer for many Corporate/Charity golf tournaments across North America including events on the PGA Tour and Champions Tour.
The format of this event is truly unique. Lisa will cover a hole and drive a shot for each golfer. Additionally, all golfers will have the opportunity to qualify for a hole-in-one shot for a prize of $10,000.00. The event is followed by dinner and a Tricky Tray. Ms. Vlooswyck will be the key note speaker.
This is also a great opportunity to play golf at the private an beautiful course at the Newton Country Club.
The event is limited to 25 four person teams on a course set up with various pars. Event sponsors committed to the event to date include Visions Reverse Mortgages for America, Advisors Mortgage Group LLC, Atlantic Health System, AnnieMac Home Mortgage, Green Hill Title and Valley National Bank. “This is a great opportunity to get together with friends, have fun, get some golf tips from the Canadian Woman’s Longball Champion – all while assisting local housing related charities.” – said Molly Whilesmith, the Association’s Executive Officer.
To learn more about this event, visit www.scarnj.com.
The Sussex County Association of REALTORS® enhances the professionalism of its members by enforcing the REALTOR® Code of Ethics. The association promotes the preservation of the right to own, transfer and use real property. In addition, Sussex County Association of REALTORS® generously donates necessities and funding to housing related charities in Sussex County.
For Information Contact Molly Whilesmith on 973 383 3949