YOUTH-REACH GULF COAST TO HOST 7th ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

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Posted 4/3/19

SUMMERDALE, Ala. – Youth-Reach Gulf Coast (YRGC), a Christ-centered residential home for young men ages 18-22, is hosting its 7th Annual Golf Tournament on Tuesday, April 9th with an 8:30 a.m. …

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YOUTH-REACH GULF COAST TO HOST 7th ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

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SUMMERDALE, Ala. – Youth-Reach Gulf Coast (YRGC), a Christ-centered residential home for young men ages 18-22, is hosting its 7th Annual Golf Tournament on Tuesday, April 9th with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Steelwood Country Club in Loxley, Al. All proceeds will go to support the 24/7 services, support and ministry being provided to the young men served at the 81-acre YRGC Summerdale campus.

Tournament participants will receive breakfast, a filet mignon lunch, golf towel, stainless steel tumbler, green fees and range balls. The tournament format is a four-man scramble with closest to the pin, longest drive, straightest drive and longest putt competitions.

WHO: Youth-Reach Gulf Coast

WHAT: 7th Annual Golf Tournament

WHEN: Tues., Apr. 9th, 7:30 a.m. Check-In, 8:30 a.m. Shotgun Start

WHERE: Steelwood Country Club, 31925 Steelwood Ridge Rd., Loxley, AL 36551

At YRGC, a fee is never charged for the 24/7 services provided to the young men served. Residents and their families are not burdened by the high costs associated with offering a full-service residential program. All financial needs are met by the support of individuals, civic groups, foundations and churches in our local community.

Visit www.youthreachgc.org (SEE RELATED LINK BELOW) or call (251) 967-4809 for more information about this event. Sponsorships are available for organizations that would like to support the work of YRGC.

ABOUT YRGC:

Youth-Reach Gulf Coast is non-profit, Christ-centered home set on a 81-acre campus east of Summerdale, Alabama. The ministry is designed to remold the values and turn around the lives of at-risk young men, ages 18-22.