Blaney Golf Tournament Fundraiser 2023

We Invite you to come play some golf! 
On March 24, 2023, Blaney Baptist Church will be hosting a fundraiser golf tournament at The Spur at Northwoods Golf Club. This will be an opportunity to support our student and children’s ministries. We are seeking to raise funds to help send our kids to summer camp and for missions. We are also looking for sponsors. Please register by March 8, 2023. 
Friday, March 24, 2023, at 1:00pm
The Spur at Northwoods Golf Club
$50 per person -or- $200 per team
We will also have golf minigames:
– $300 – Driving Range
– $200 – Longest Drive
– $200 – Closest to the Pin
– Purchase Feet (Par 3) – $1 per foot
Please download and fill out the registration form, and mail the form with your payment to:
ATTN: Golf
Blaney Baptist Church
PO Box 305
Elgin, SC 29045
Pay with cash or a check. Make the check payable to “Blaney Baptist Church”.
If you’d like to donate directly to our fundraiser, you can do so on our Offering page. Select the “Fund” option called “Camp/Missions Fundraiser Golf Tournament”.
For more information, contact Dustin Campfield at and Sage Moody at
If your business is interested in sponsoring our fundraiser golf tournament, here is what we are offering:
– $100 for Hole Sponsors
– $300 for Hole + Team Sponsors (Silver Level Sponsor)
– $500 for Hole + Team + Game Sponsors (Gold Level Sponsor)
Golf Tournament Format
The format of our golf tournament will be “Captain’s Choice” (also known as “Scramble”). Here’s the basics:

– All players on a team will start from the same spot and hit their own ball.
– Select the best shot; each team members’ next shot will start from that chosen spot.
– This process is continued until the ball is holed out.

About placing your golf ball at the selected spot:
– The “spot” area is within one club length (about 3.5 feet) of the selected shot.
– You may lift, clean, and place your ball at the selected spot, but not nearer to the hole.
– If the selected shot landed in a hazard, bunker, rough, fairway, fringe, or the green, the ball must be placed within that same hazard, bunker, rough, fairway, fringe, or the green. This is also known as a “scramble.” 
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