Register Now for the 2005 LMU Golf Classic and Dinner Auction
Premier event to benefit student-athlete scholarships scheduled for Monday, May 16, 2005 at Mountain Gate Country Club.
March 16, 2005
Los Angeles, CA (March 16) -- Entering its 12th consecutive year in 2005, the annual LMU Golf Classic and Dinner Auction is one of the premier events on the Loyola Marymount University calendar. Scheduled for Monday, May 16, at Mountain Gate Country Club, the event will include an 18-hole two best ball tournament, dinner and cocktails, and a live and silent auction. Players will be able to meet and mingle with LMU Athletics coaches, student-athletes, and other fans and friends in a great day to celebrate the end of another athletics season.
For the first time in event history, participants can register online this year through LMU.edu. Individual player registration for the 2005 Golf Classic is open now, with a deadline of Friday, April 8. Players can also guarantee special accommodations with sponsorship packages.
The central golf tournament for all of Loyola Marymount University, the LMU Golf Classic and Dinner Auction has raised a total of over $300,000 in its eleven-year history. Attended by some of LMU's best alumni and friends of the University, it is a showcase event for LMU Athletics with all proceeds benefiting student-athletes scholarships at Loyola Marymount University.
Mountain Gate Country Club is a private 27-hole course located just 15 miles north of the LMU campus in the Los Angeles Hills. First opened in 1975 and designed by Ted Robinson, Mountain Gate includes three nine-hole courses that offer a great view of the LA basin. Participants play 18 continuous holes of the course layout, guaranteeing a different challenge each year even for regularly returning players.
For more information, or details on sponsorships, please contact Rob Anderson at (310) 338-2908 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To guarantee your place, all registrations must be received by Friday, April 8, so be sure to save your place right away.
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