On Monday June 20, Kids In Need of Dentistry will be hosting our 29th Annual Strokes of KINDess Golf Tournament. The tournament will be held at The Golf Club at Bear Dance which was awarded the #1 golf course along the Front Range in 2014 and 2015.
This is a fun filled day that includes golfing, contests, prize drawings, food, drinks and awards. The format this year will be a tradition scramble. Proceeds from the tournament will be used to strengthen our programs.
Our tournament is successful because of individuals and corporations who support us year after year. Each year our tournament is sold out and that is a testament of what a great tournament Strokes of KINDness has become.
KIND is lucky to have such committed supporters who believe in our mission which allows us to do what we love every day and that is providing dental care and education to Colorado’s children in need.
Please visit http://www.blacktie-colorado.com/rsvp (Event Code KIND620) to register and for more information about sponsorships.
The Golf Club at Bear Dance
6630 Bear Dance Road
Larkspur, CO 80118
Monday June 20, 2016
|6:30 am to 7:30 am||Registration and Breakfast|
|8:00 am||Shotgun Start|
|Foursome: The fee includes green fees, shared cart, GPS system, range balls, breakfast, and lunch for four. ($240 is tax-deductible)|
Single Golfer: The fee includes green fees, shared cart, GPS system, range balls, breakfast and lunch. The tournament will be a shamble format. ($60 is tax-deductible)
|$40 (per golfer)||Ticket Package (includes 1 chance at putting contest, 1 mulligan, scratch game, and entry into the skins game). More chances for the putting contest will be available for an additional fee the day of the tournament. All golfers in the foursome need to purchase a ticket package to be eligible for the Skins game.|
|$30||Lunch Only ($10 is tax-deductible)|
Appropriate golf attire is required
|From Denver, take I-25, Exit 181 south of Castle Rock and proceed south on the west frontage road to Tomah Road. Turn right, cross the railroad tracks, take the first left and follow the signs.|
From Colorado Springs, take I-25 north, take exit 174 and proceed north on the frontage road to Tomah Road.