GRAND CHUTE, WI - The annual Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Golf Outing will be held at Shamrock Heights Golf Course in New London on Monday, June 5. The event will raise money for the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Charity Fund.
A foursome may register to golf for $350. Foursomes have the opportunity to play with a Timber Rattlers player or coach. However, that chance is based on a first come, first serve RSVP. Individuals may register for $100.
The outing tees off with registration beginning at 8:00am and a shotgun start at 9:00am. Lunch is included with registration and will be served at the turn. Snacks will be available after the round of golf from 2-4pm. A raffle drawing and awards presentation will conclude the event.
If you wish to participate in the 2017 Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Golf Outing, please contact Hilary Bauer at (920) 733-4152 or firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, May 19. Registration forms are also available at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium and online at timberrattlers.com.
Persons unable to golf, but looking for a way to contribute may consider a hole sponsorship package at $100 or an in-kind donation toward raffle/hole prizes.
The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Charity Fund was started last season and provided over $276,000 in donations (both in-kind and monetary) to area charities like Miracle League of the Fox Valley, St. Joe's Food Pantry, and many more.
The Timber Rattlers will begin the 2017 season at Quad Cities on Thursday, April 6. Wisconsin's home opener is Saturday, April 8 at 4:05pm against the Quad Cities River Bandits.
Full season, partial season, and group ticket packages are currently available for the 2017 season. Tickets packages are available online, over the phone at (920) 733-4152 or (800) WI-TIMBER and in person. Groups of 20 or more may order tickets over the phone or in person. Individual game tickets for the 2017 season go on sale Saturday, March 11. The Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium Box Office is open from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm Monday through Friday.
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