Surprise Volleyball Academy: Golf Tournament

Surprise Volleyball Academy Annual Hardship Scholarship Charity Golf Tournament

This is our fourth Surprise Volleyball Academy golf tournament to support our program and the hardship scholarship fund.

What: Benefit Golf Tournament, range balls , lunch, raffle prizes, and post-tournamment awards

Where: Tuscany Falls at Pebble Creek, 16262 W. Clubhouse Dr. Goodyear, Az. 85338 Ph: 623-536-2491

When: Sunday March 8th, 2015

Check in (Pro-shop) at 7:00 - 7:30 AM, with Shotgun start promptly at 8:00 AM. Who: First 144 paid entries --- $75 per person. Entry fee includes green fee golf cart, prizes, post tournament awards and lunch. Walk on's always welcome, if space is available.

Awards: First through third place team, Closest to the pin, Longest drive, Longest putt, etc. We are currently working on getting a car for our hole in one prize.

Refreshments: Beverages will be available for purchase on the course throught the day. NO COOLERS.

Dress Code; Shirts must have sleeves and collars, shorts must be hemmed. Athletic Shorts and blue jeans are not allowed. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization so your entry can be deductible as a public charity donation upon request.

Please sign up on our website: Just click on the Golf Tournament tab and follow the directions. When you enter please provide the names of all of your players.


List of Golfers

We are looking for Corporate Sponsorships. If you are interested, or know someone, please contact our Golf Tournament Director: Jayme Turrell, Phone: 623-332-2554, or email:

Or our Club Director Jimmie Beard, Phone: 623-332-1550, or email:

See you on the course.

Wednesday, February 27
Sponsor's Donations

We have donations for our raffle coming in daily. We would like to thank the following businesses:

Red Robin

Las Fuentas


Digiplex Theater

Big O Tire



Irish Wolfhound

Olive Garden

Panda Express



More to come soon.

Thank you all so much for your support of our program.

Wednesday, February 27
Dixon Golf will be at our event.

Dixon Golf will be on site hosting golf challenges for our tournament. We look forward to working with them towards our fundraising goals.

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