TAC Golf Classic Raises $40K for Scholarships: Photogallery
The 28th annual Trinity Athletics Club Golf Classic was a success as 120 golfers enjoyed fellowship and friendly competition on a beautiful late summer day at Calumet Country Club in Homewood, Illinois. The event raised over $40,000 in scholarships for Trinity student-athletes.
At the outing on August 18, friends and alumni of the College were greeted on the course by some of the student-athletes as well as members of the athletics and development staff. The golfers had many opportunities to win prizes throughout the day, including hole-in-one chances for a car, courtesy of Oak Lawn Toyota; and for $10,000, courtesies of Legacy Insurance and Assurance Agency.
“This event continues to be blessed by the support of the Trinity community and it was wonderful to see familiar and new participants,” said Dennis Harms ’89, coach of Trinity’s golf team.
The low foursome for the day represented Schaaf Window Co. and consisted of Bob Schaaf ’93, John Dieck ’92, Dean Vander Zee ’93, and Joel De Jager ’89 with a score of 59.
The Athletics Department would like to thank Ozinga Bros. and Providence Bank for their generous sponsorship of the event.