Now is the time to register for the 12th annual Islanders Children's Foundation (ICF) Golf Outing at Bethpage State Park! This year's event will take place at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 10. Islanders players, coaches and alumni will tee off with fans for a terrific cause. The ICF Golf Outing is one of the biggest events the foundation hosts and annually raises over $100,000 dollars. The golf outing allows fans and sponsors to connect with the Islanders organization during a relaxing round of golf before the players lace up their skates for the 2019-20 regular season.
Each group will register a foursome, and a player, coach or Isles alum will join as the fifth player. The event is set up as an 18-hole shamble-style tournament and will take place on the Red & Blue Courses in Farmingdale, home of the 2002 and 2009 U.S. Open, as well as the 2019 PGA Championship. Participants will have a full day planned with gourmet-style meals and an exclusive reception following the 18 holes. At the reception, golfers will have the chance to take part in several memorabilia auctions and win exclusive experience prizes. All of the proceeds from the day's events will go to the ICF.
The ICF is a non-profit organization committed to supporting the community with a focus on health, education and youth hockey development. Each season, Islanders players, employees and management, as well as sponsors and fans work tirelessly to raise awareness and funds through charitable initiatives, and have raised more than 13 million since the foundation's inception in 2003.
Reserve your tee-time today for the 2019 ICF Golf Outing and golf with the Islanders for a terrific cause. See the link to the ICF golf outing brochure above and for a listing of special opportunities for groups and company sponsors. To join the cause, please click here. Contact Ann Rina at email@example.com for any additional information.