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News Release

Two scholarship fundraising golf tourneys set for Aug. 28-29

LEWISTON, Idaho – Lewis-Clark State College will hold two four-person scramble golf tournaments on the weekend of Aug. 28-29 that will benefit different scholarship funds at the institution.

The 12th annual Native American Alumni Chapter golf tournament is scheduled for Aug. 28 at the Red Wolf Golf Club with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. The registration fee is $85 per person, which includes entry and green fees, lunch, drink, gift bag and a cart. Registration is encouraged online at or by contacting Sheila Bond at 208-792-2458 or [email protected]. Proceeds will benefit the Native American Alumni Chapter Scholarship Fund to provide scholarships to Native American students at LC State.

Hole sponsorships are available for $250, which includes tournament entry fees, drawings, mulligans and a to-go meal for players. A Platinum Sponsorship is available for $550 which includes all player costs, carts, side games, drawings, mulligans, and a to-go meal for players, along with name mentioned in an advertisement. Sponsorship can be obtained through the online registration form.

Prizes will be awarded to the top six teams.

On Aug. 29, the 15th annual Warrior Golf Classic, sponsored by the Warrior Athletic Association, will take place at the Lewiston Golf & Country Club with a 1 p.m. shotgun start. The entry fee is $100 per person and $75 for LC students. The entry fee includes green and entry fees, a sack lunch, a barbecue following the tournament, two beverage tickets and one mulligan. Carts are not included and must be reserved ahead of time by contacting the club at 208-746-2801. The scramble will use an adjusted team handicap to determine the scores.

Registration is all online for the tournament. Hole sponsorships are available for $200 and can be obtained by contacting Brooke Henze at [email protected]. Hole sponsorship includes one entry into the tournament, a business name on a sign at a hole, and a business name listed in promotional materials at the LC State athletics website.

Net proceeds from the Warrior Golf Classic will benefit LC State student-athlete scholarships and the college’s athletic programs.

At both events, participants and volunteers will be required to follow established golf course and the college’s current specific public health and safety guidelines.

For more information on the Native American Alumni Chapter golf tournament, contact Bond, Bob Sobotta at 208-792-2858 or [email protected], Sam White Temple at 208-792-2744 or [email protected], or Jamie Olson at 208-260-2789 or [email protected].

More information on the Warrior Golf Classic can be obtained by emailing Henze.