Registration 8:30 a.m. I Shotgun Start: 10:30 a.m. I Lunch & Award Ceremony 3:00 p.m.
18 Holes Of Golf
Gifts and Prizes
The tournament will use a virtual leaderboard to track teams’ scores, monitor the pace of play, and facilitate the finalization of teams’ scores at the end of tournament play. Your cell number will be collected during registration for these purposes. Each team should provide at least one cell number to be eligible to compete for 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place prizes. Prizes will be awarded to the winner(s) of the putting contest; longest drive; closest to the hole, and male, female & senior flights.
MEN’S Teams will play from the (WHITE) tees.
SENIOR’S Teams will play from the (GOLD) tees.
WOMEN’S Teams will play from the (RED) tees.
Red tees are the shortest distance from the teebox to the hole.
To ensure fairness in scoring, any team of male and female golfers with one (1) male player UNDER age 65 will be included in the men’s flight, and ALL persons on that team must play from the men’s (white) tees. None may play from the (gold) or (red) tees.
Likewise any mixed team of senior women who have one (1) senior male on the team and NO male players UNDER age 65) will be included in the senior flight, and ALL persons on that team must play from the (GOLD) tees (i.e., None of the Women in that Senior flight may play from the (red) tees. However, all members of such teams must (in fairness to the all-male teams) play from the men’s (white) tees.
Similarly, senior women who wish to play with senior men may qualify as a senior team and compete with other senior teams for the senior flight prizes. However, all members of such teams must (in fairness to the all-male Senior teams) play from the senior (gold) tees. None may play from the women’s (red) tees.
In all cases, to be eligible to win 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place prizes for the senior flight all members of a senior team (mixed or not) must be 65 and older (ID required at check-in).
To ensure a robust women’s flight, each team that consists of all women (regardless of their ages) will be included in the women’s flight and all may play from the (red) tees even if one or more are over age 65.
To be eligible to win 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place prizes for the senior flight all members of a senior team (mixed or not) must be 65 and older (ID required at check-in).
To be eligible to win 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place in the women’s flight, all members of a women’s team must be Women. No exceptions.
Flight rules will be waived for all senior and female golfers when they arrive at the prize holes for their flights — i.e., Longest Drive (men/women/senior) and Closest to the pin.
On those holes seniors may play from the (gold) tees and women may play from the (red) tees. However, men under age 65 must play from the white tees.
For more than 50 years, Springfield Golf and Country Club has been the place for members and their families to gather and enjoy the finest in country club amenities. Golf is an integral part of Springfield Golf and Country Club. Our 18 hole, 71 par, 6,609 yard championship golf course is designed to accommodate players of all levels and beautifully maintained by our Course Superintendent and his crew. Our golf professionals and golf committee work diligently each year to put together a program full of interesting competitive and recreational events. Our practice facilities include a driving range, a putting green, and a short game area.
On behalf of Alfred Street Baptist Church (ASBC) Sports Ministry, we thank you for your support of the 24th Annual Eric M. Willis Golf Tournament. For 24 years, this tournament has been a blessing to young students who benefit from the generosity of donors and various organizations. With 125 participants, our last tournament, was able to raise over $20,000 for the Eric M. Willis Memorial Golf Tournament College Scholarship Program. This program helps to improve the lives of physically-challenged high school students in Washington, D.C., area.
TITLE SPONSOR – $20,000 Prime signage throughout the event; Corporate logo on front cover of program; One full page program ad; Hole sign; and Five Corporate Teams.
PREMIERE SPONSOR – $15,000 Signage throughout the event; Corporate logo on the back cover of the program; One full page program ad; Hole sign; and Four Corporate Teams.
PLATINUM SPONSOR – $10,000 Signage at registration; One full page program ad; Hole sign; and Three Corporate Teams.
SIGNATURE SPONSOR – $5,000 Signage at registration; One full page program ad; Hole sign; One half page program ad; and Two Corporate Teams.
LUNCH SPONSOR – $5000 Corporate Banner displayed during luncheon; One half page program ad; One Corporate Team; Ability to speak at luncheon/award ceremony.
GOLD SPONSOR (GOLF GIFT PACKAGE) – $3,000 Corporate logo on gift package; One half page ad; One Corporate Team.
PHOTO PLAQUE SPONSOR – $2,500 Corporate logo on photo plague; One half page program ad; and One Corporate Team.
CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST – $2,000 Corporate Banner displayed during breakfast; One half page program ad; One Corporate Team; Ability to welcome golfers prior to tee off
BEVERAGE CART SPONSOR – $500 Half a page ad and logo on golf tournament banner.
HOLE SPONSOR – $500 Half page ad in program and a corporate hole sign.
PATRON SPONSORSHIP AVAILABLE AT $50, $100 AND $200.