Breckenridge Out of doors Schooling Heart to host Tee It Up Golf Scramble
The Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center’s 12th annual Tee It Up Golf Scramble is scheduled for August 23rd at the Keystone Ranch Golf Course.
The tournament will revert to its original shotgun start format after the 2020 event changed to start times in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Proceeds from the event will benefit BOEC’s adaptive outdoor programs for people with disabilities and special needs.
The Tee It Up Golf Scramble was created 12 years ago in partnership with the Scotty McFadden Foundation in memory of Roy “Scotty” McFadden Jr., a passionate helicopter pilot and adaptive ski instructor who always helped others. McFadden died of a brain tumor in 2007. As a veteran, McFadden wanted his foundation to give injured soldiers a chance to enjoy the outdoors.
Entry to this year’s tournament is $ 130 for individuals or $ 500 for a team of four. Registration includes access to the practice course, 18 holes with a cart, access to the virtual silent auction, competitions, a packed lunch donated by EpicPromise and access to the 19th hole after party.
Registration is now open at GolfStatus.org. Participants can follow the live leaderboard through the Golfstatus.org app on their iPhone or Android device.
For more information on the 12th annual Tee It Up Golf Scramble, visit BOEC.org/tee-it-up-golf-scramble/.
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