Join WMTR for our 7th Annual “Rocks the Links” Charity Golf Tournament!
Monday, August 12th 2019
at Shackamaxon Country Club in Scotch Plains
WE HAVE A NEW HOME!
The new and improved WMTR Rocks the Links Golf Tournament is moving to the amazing Shackamaxon Country Club in Scotch Plains!
As always we’ll be playing all to benefit GI Go Fund.
We are only accepting twosome or foursomes, your registration fee and include a welcome BBQ lunch and an amazing day of golf with prizes and surprises that culminate at our awards banquet.
Schedule of events
11:00-1:00 Registration and Lunch
1:00 Tee off (Scramble format)
6:00-7:30 Cocktails and Awards Banquet
ALL AVAILABLE SLOTS ARE NOW FULL. WE ARE ALLOWING INTERESTED PARTIES TO REGISTER FOR THE WAITING LIST IN CASE A SLOT OPENS UP.
Portions of all proceeds from the event benefit the GI Go Fund
Thanks to Our Sponsors!
|About the GI Go Fund
GI Go Fund is working to make sure that all of our veterans get the care they deserve. They tirelessly to ensure that our veterans connect to employment opportunities that best fit their skills. The GI Go Fund also plays a critical role in ending homelessness among veterans through strong outreach programs.
GI Go Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization that provides assistance to all military veterans, with a focus on veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan
|About the Course
SHACKAMAXON WAS FOUNDED IN 1916, AND OFFERS A SPECTACULAR ALBERT W. TILLINGHAST 18-HOLE CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF COURSE. The par 70 course boasts one of the most famous holes in the Metropolitan area: the 18th hole island green. A. W. Tillinghast has been named one of the great golf course architects by Golf Magazine. He is world renowned for designing Baltusrol, Bethpage Black, Winged Foot, and Quaker Ridge. Shack’s famous 18th Hole was voted one of the most intimidating par-4’s in the Metropolitan area by Met Golfer Magazine. The legendary Ben Crenshaw actually flew in by helicopter to play this formidable hole. Shackamaxon has been a strong supporter of tournament play in the Metropolitan area, hosting the prestigious Cavalcade of Golf in 1955, the NJ State Open (1922, 1925, 1937, 1972 and 2002), the NJ State Amateur (1924, 1977) and the NJ Senior State Open (2009).