Kiwanis “Fore The Kids” Golf Tournament

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Date: May 8, 2023

The Ooltewah Club

7502 Snow Hill Rd., Ooltewah, TN 37363          Clubhouse 423-238-6812 

Derek Montecalvo, PGA, General Manager – c. 678-516-9849

  7:00-8:00 a.m. – Check-In Begins (sunrise 6:43a)  (Walk-up registration if not sold out)

   7:30 – Practice Range Open – Prepackaged, Grab & Go, Breakfast

  8:00 a.m. – Shotgun Start

12:30 a.m. – Awards Buffet Luncheon (1:15 Awards Presentation)

Format: Scramble – 4 person Select Shot

All 4 players will hit a tee shot and then select the best positioned shot. The same procedure will be followed on subsequent shots until the ball is holed. Each player is allowed to lift, clean, and place the ball while keeping the same condition the original ball was found in. You may not move the ball from the rough to the fairway or from out of a bunker.


Benefitting Youth in the Ooltewah-Collegedale area:

  • Ronald McDonald House Charities Scholarship Program – Goal $2,500 (10%) Helping High School students afford the higher education of their dreams.
    • Shannon York – Dir Marketing and Communications
  • Siskin Children’s Institute – Bufferfly Society  – Goal $2,500 (10%)  Working to improve the lives of children with special needs and their families – Since 1950.
  • EB Snack Pack Ministry – Goal $2,000 (8%) Feeding more than 1,870 students per week in 16 (and growing) different Hamilton County schools. Snack Pack is entirely volunteer-driven with every penny going toward the purchase of food and the bags. $80 will feed one child for an entire school year. 
  • Collegedale Recreational Association – Goal $1,000 (4%) a a Division Sponsor.  
  • Samaritan Center – Stock Their Lockers – Goal $750 (3%) (School Supply Assistance Program) 
  • The Thatcher-Whidden Scholarship Fund – Goal $750 (3%) Helping deserving Key Club seniors with funds towards a college education.
  • Kiwanis Club of OC Foundation – Goal $750 (3%)
  • High School Key Clubs – $500 (2%) to establish new clubs and support KC projects.
  • Reading Is Fundamental – Goal $250 (2%)- D9 2nd grader classes are visited by Kiwanis volunteers to read to them and then gift every student with a book.