Spring 2023 Columbia Firefighters Association Golf Tournament

Saturday March 11, 2023

On Saturday March 11th the Columbia Firefighters Association will host their first annual golf tournament at LinRick Golf Course. The tournament will raise support for the Columbia Firefighters Association. The rules of the tournament are “bogey is your friend” captain’s choice, 18 holes, and teams of four. Registration is limited to 25 teams and the entry fee is $240 team ($60/player). Registration must be completed with payment in full before Tuesday February 28th. Tournament fees/donations are considered nonrefundable 30 days prior to the tournament date. If tournament is delayed due to inclement weather a make-up day will be promptly announced. In the event a team can not attend on the designated replacement date they remain responsible for replacing their team. For more information, questions, or interest in sponsorship opportunities please contact one our tournament directors:

1st Vice President Josh Moskaitis

[email protected]

(301) 806-8533

Andrew Morris

[email protected]

(803) 768-2314

Please complete the following registration information with team entry fee in full:

Golfer Registration

Teams may consist of no more than 4 golfers. If playing as a pair or trio the full $240 team entry fee must still be paid. You may still register a team with less than four golfers. Whether having two or three players those teams may choose only one player at each hole for an extra drive at the tee that may count towards captain's choice. If you are wanting to join with another pair of two, or you are looking for a single player to join your team of three, or if you are an individual looking for a team of three with space to join, please do not submit this registration and contact a tournament director to help connect you to an additional player(s).

Sponsorship Opportunities

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$10 processing fee added when paying online via PayPal. You may avoid any fee if paying by check or cash. Make checks payable to "Columbia Firefighters Association"