HEDGESVILLE — The Eastern Panhandle Home Builders Association is set to host its annual golf tournament at The Woods on Sept. 16, the coronavirus causing a delay in action from the original date.
The tournament is typically held as part of The Woods’ Tournament of Champions, but the overall event was put on hold until 2021 due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Golf will begin at 9 a.m. with the event open to EPHBA members, employees, friends and family. All skill levels are welcome, and safety protocol as outlined by The Woods must be followed in light of the virus pandemic.
There are several packages and sponsorship levels available, starting with an individual golfer for $103. A limited number of gold, silver, beverage and awards sponsorship opportunities are open. The gold sponsorship, for $463.50, has golf and meals for four along with a tee sign and listing in the program, EPHBA newsletter and website. For $283.25, the silver sponsor level includes golf for two, a tee sign and listing in the program, EPHBA newsletter and website. The beverage sponsor level is available for $257.50 includes a professionally-produced sign at the beverage cart along with listing in the program, newsletter and website. For $257.50, the awards sponsor offers a professional-produced sign at the clubhouse/awards presentation as well as listing in the program, newsletter and website.
The Play it Up sponsor level, available for $257.50, is a new option that features a space at the hole-in-one tee for a tent or table to interact with golfers during the event, allowing for games, giveaways or special food and drinks. For $206, the lunch sponsor level includes a professional sign and listing in the newsletter, website and program. Tee sponsors, for $103, have a sign at a tee and listings in the program, newsletter and website.
Several contests will be featured throughout the day for golfers, and mulligan packages are available, featuring one mulligan, six 50-50 tickets, putting contest, use of pro’s drive and hit from the red tees on your hole of choice. The $20 price is good until Sept. 11. Packages will still be available following that, but the price increases to $25.
Proceeds from the tournament benefit the EPHBA, which is a group of professionals with knowledge and skills that aid in home-related projects. Contract members build, remodel and repair homes, while other members can locate building materials, buy or sell homes or aid in financing for lots, construction and purchases. The organization was founded in 1979, and the non-profit actively promotes housing opportunities and quality construction practices in the Eastern Panhandle.
For more information on the tournament or the organization, visit www.easternwvhomebuilders.org or contact David Hartley at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 304-267-4710. Registration can be completed through the EPHBA website.