JNJ Wealth Management Group Golf Outing
Arizona National Golf Club
Benefiting Tucson Synchro
BRETT STALLWORTH CELL: 520-404-3726
Enjoy a great morning of golf, fun and scenery and finish off with lunch and a raffle while supporting Tucson Synchro, Tucson's oldest and most successful competitive synchronized swimming team at Arizona National Golf Club. If you wish to simply make a donation and not play please contact Brett to make arrangements…
Tournament Date Sunday, November 5, 2017
Arizona National Golf Club
9777 E. Sabino Greens Drive | Tucson, AZ 85749
Registration begins 7:00 am - Scramble play begins 8:00 am
Individual Player: $85
Entry fees includes green fees, golf cart, lunch and goody bag
Tee Sponsor: $100:
Includes a "This hole sponsored by" sign and a link to your business website on Tucson Synchro's website.
Tee Sponsor + Golf: $170:
Includes golf for 1 and see Tee Sponsor features (SAVE $15)
Individual Foursome: $330
(SAVE $10 over individual prices)
Corp. Foursome: Foursome + Tee Sponsor: $400
(SAVE $40 over individual prices) Includes 4 golfers and see Tee Sponsor features.
Lunch Sponsor: $750
(Includes a foursome)
Putting Green Sponsor: $450
(Includes a twosome)
Directions: from Catalina Hwy and Houghton go north to Snyder then left to Sabino Springs Dr. turn right to the gate check in then to Sabino Greens Dr. turn left to course. Entry fees includes green fees, golf cart, lunch and goody bag Raffle Tickets available for purchase on the outing day for a chance to win great prizes.
Pay by Credit Card at this link: https://squareup.com/store/tucsonsynchro Or Make checks payable to: TUCSON SYNCHRO and send to: Brett Stallworth 10404 E. Capercaillie St. Tucson, AZ 85747.
About Tucson Synchro...
Tucson Synchro is a non-profit synchronized swimming team of girls ages 7 to 18. It was started in 1972 by Coach Candy Kaemerer whose love and devotion for 45 years has helped foster competition, drive and team work in girls as they compete at State, Regional and National levels. The sport encourages a lifetime of self-discipline, good self-esteem and health long after their pool time is over. Tucson Synchro also gives these young ladies a chance to travel and see the country and even some parts of the world which many would not have the opportunity to do on their own…
The team typically competes in 3 State competitions plus a Regional, Zone and usually 1 National competition each year. Most of these require hotel, food, entry fees and sometimes airline tickets. Last year’s National competition was in Riverside, CA. This year it will be in Oxford, OH at Miami University, a bit further and probably more expensive!
Most of the money they raise for these events comes from water shows, raffle ticket sales, Gaslight Theater night, swim-a-thon and sponsorship's such as Tucson Conquistadors. This year we are putting on our 9th Golf Outing at Arizona National Golf Club.
About Synchronized Swimming...
Synchronized swimming is a hybrid form of swimming, dance and gymnastics, consisting of swimmers (either solos, duets, trios or teams) performing a synchronized routine of elaborate moves in the water, accompanied by music. Synchronized swimming demands advanced water skills, and requires great strength, endurance, flexibility, grace, artistry and precise timing, as well as exceptional breath control. (Wikipedia) The United States has produced Olympic grade synchronized swimmers that have gone on to represent the U.S. and win gold, silver and bronze between the years 1984 thru 2004. Tucson Synchro helped Alison Bartosik get her start and go on to win bronze in both Team and Duet in the 2004 Athens Olympics. Likewise this year in the Rio Olympics the United States had a duet compete and they ended up 9th overall. For more in depth information about synchronized swimming see our pages on 'The Sport'!
Good luck and - FORE!!!
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