MSU Lincoln County Golf Tourn. Sept 26

The Lincoln County Chapter of the Mississippi State University Alumni Association has selected Sept. 26, 2014 as the date for the 15th Annual George C. Brown Memorial Bulldog Golf Tournament. Brown was a 1931 graduate of Mississippi State and a 100 percent Bulldog Supporter and Golfer. Brown, a past President of the Lincoln County Alumni Chapter, passed away January, 2000. The Golf Tournament benefits entering students to Mississippi State from Lincoln County, in his memory.

This year’s Scholarships were awarded to graduates Xaria Spring of Bogue Chitto, Brett Spring of Brookhaven High School and Lindsey Winborne of Brookhaven Academy.

Supporters are encouraged to assist by playing and/or sponsoring this year’s tournament that will award scholarships to MSU students from Lincoln County.

The event will be a four-man scramble tournament at the Copiah Lincoln Golf Course. A four-man team sponsorship is $350 which includes: carts, green fees, a mulligan for each player, hole sponsorship and lunch. An individual can play for $80 which includes: cart, green fee and dinner. Lunch will be served at noon with tee time at 1 p.m. Interested participants who do not play golf can assist with a $90 hole sponsorship.

For more information call Ronnie Ross, Tournament Director, at 601-643-8779 or Jason Snider, Chapter President, at 601-695-8123. Entry deadline for team or hole sponsorship is Sept. 23.

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