GOLF FOR A CURE 2019 - Calling Non-Golfers!

Courtesy of LWGA, LMGA, and L9GA

Do you want to help us reach our goal of raising as much money as we can to fight cancer, but you aren’t a golfer? Great news: YOU CAN HELP!

The Landings Women Golf Association’s annual GOLF FOR A CURE Tournament to fund cancer research will take place on April 23. Proceeds go to the Mercer University School of Medicine to fund cancer research projects and the Summer Scholars Program at its Savannah campus.

If you’re a non-golfer, you have three opportunities to participate in this special event:

  1. By making a $100 tax-deductible donation to Mercer University School of Medicine, you can attend the reception immediately following play (5:30 p.m. in the event of rain) at Plantation Clubhouse. The $30 charge for the reception, which includes heavy hors d’oeuvres and dessert, will be charged to your Club Account. If you are interested in attending the reception, please contact Carole Sangalli (
  2. You can buy a hole sign to honor a friend or loved one. Hole signs can be purchased by an individual, a group, or a business and will be displayed on the golf courses during the tournament. Each hole sign costs $250 and can be purchased by delivering your check(s) made out to Mercer University School of Medicine, along with the language to be included on the sign, to Linda Rubin (8 Southerland Road).
  3. You can buy raffle tickets, which are three for $10 and are being sold at upcoming Landings Club events. Raffle tickets will be available at the Wellness Center each Friday from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. They also are on sale before Landings golf events, such as the Men’s Member-Member on March 8-10, Women’s Member-Member on March 12-13, and before all LWGA play on Tuesdays. Look for announcements of other upcoming raffle ticket sales dates and locations, or email Gretchen Nazaruk (

We are ALL IN FOR A CURE and welcome all Landings Club members to join in the effort. Please join us in the fight against cancer!

This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

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