KofC Golf Tournament to Benefit Veterans

Monday, June 24, 2024
Tradition Golf Club, Pawleys Island

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Guazzo, Al
O'Rourke, Bob
Seibert, Jack
Gallant, Don
Tallmadge, Phil
Team 14A
Bouvier, Vickie
Emanuele, Gerry
Oakes, Kathy
Casey, Chris
Team 17A
Schneider, Corey
Allen, Mike
Team 18A
To Be Announced,
To Be announce,
Team 4A
Casey, Tom
Bouvier, David
Oakes, Mike
Emanuele, Augie
Team 9A
To Be Named,
Brouilette, Roger
Gilbert, Ron
Reid, Brian

Red indicates Pre-registered; We expect that all teams must be registered with fee paid by June 19th.  Click here for registration form.

You too can join us, help celebrate all that our veterans have given us.
Formally register your team here.

Event: Thursday, June 24, 2024, Tradition Golf Club, Pawleys Island - 2 simultaneous 9 Hole Captain’s Choice tournaments.

1-2:30 p.m.      Check-In & Lunch
 2:30 p.m.        Shotgun Starts
 5 p.m              Awards & Cash Bar

Player Fee $75: The fee covers greens fee, cart fee, lunch, and 1 drink (beer or soda) ticket.


Weather Cancellation Policy: There is no contingency date and no refund of donations if event is cancelled because of weather








Prize Letter

Help us with a sponsorship or a prize . . .and thanks!


Fr. Philip Grant Assembly 3272 is part of the Patriotic arm of the Knights of Columbus. This year’s tournament will support the following organizations:

Georgetown County Veterans Memorial sponsored by the American Legion, Georgetown Post 114 and the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Georgetown Post 6444, a memorial honoring those military men and women of Georgetown County who gave their lives in our nation’s wars.

Fisher House Foundation, Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center, 150 Wentworth Street, Charleston, SC 29401. The Fisher House Foundation builds comfort homes where military & veteran families can stay free of charge, while a loved one is in the hospital.

Tidelands Community Hospice “We Honor Veterans Program” is provided at no cost to hospice patients. The goal of the program is simple – to care for and honor those who have served when they reach the end of life."