$1 Million Hole in One Contest Benefiting The Salvation Army Kroc Center
Knollwood Country Club, Morris Park Country Club, Blackthorn Topgolf Swing Suite, Notre Dame Burke, Eberhart-Petro, Elbel, Erskine Park, & Juday Creek.
900 West Western Avenue
South Bend, IN 46601 United States
The Roseland Rotary Club's $1 million Hole-in-One contest, benefiting The Salvation Army Kroc Center, happens Saturday June 8th. Golfers can sign up to play at one of eight area courses.
The costs are $1 a shot or $20 for 25 shots. The qualifying distance is 100 yards. The top 10 participants that hit closest-to-the-pin at each course move on to the semi-finals. Golf courses include: Knollwood Country Club, Morris Park Country Club, Blackthorn Topgolf Swing Suite, Notre Dame Burke, Eberhart-Petro, Elbel, Erskine Park, & Juday Creek.
Bring a can of food for the Walter A. Meyer food pantry and receive 5 FREE shots!
The semi-finals will be held at Notre Dame’s Burke Course on June 15th. The top ten semi-finalists from a qualifying distance of 150 yards, move on to the final round for a shot at a hole-in-one. Any golfer hitting a hole-in-one in the final round from 175 yards with split the $1,000,000 with The Salvation Army Kroc Center.
100% net proceeds of this contest help support the mission and programs at The Salvation Army Kroc Center, including the Walter A. Meyer Food Pantry, scholarships for children, after-school programs, financial assistance, and more.