The Lions Regional Golf Tournament is an amateur golf tournament hosted by the Cornelius/Lake Norman, Davidson, Huntersville and North Charlotte Lions Clubs. The tournament raises funds to benefit the programs and services of these Lions Clubs and serves as a memorial to late Lions Russell B. Knox and Don Howie.
The playing format is “captain’s choice”.
The golf professionals at NorthStone Country Club will form teams of players not entered as foursomes. The participant fee includes a driving or putting lesson, golfing and cart fees, lunch, dinner, complimentary on-course beverages, and range balls. Course rules state that the dress code requires that no t-shirts be worn and shorts must be no more than four inches above the knee (Bermuda length). Note: Soft spikes are required.
A replay will be guaranteed for all foursomes if inclement weather forces NorthStone to close the course on tournament day.
TO REGISTER, CLICK ON THE REGISTER LINK ABOVE.
YOUR SUPPORT IS NEEDED!
Please register for the tournament and also consider making an additional tax-deductible donation. All additional donations go directly to support the charitable services and programs of the hosting Lions Clubs. Click here for additional information about the Lions Clubs' work. For information about corportate donations and sponsorships, please see te Sponsorship page.
You may donate either through Paypal (link below) or by mailing a check to:
Lions Golf Tournament
PO Box 73
Davidson, NC 28036
For more information, please contact Lion Neal Howes at (704) 875-3489.
We look forward to seeing you at the 13th Annual Lions Regional Golf Tournament in 2015.
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The Cornelius/Lake Norman, Davidson, Huntersville, North Charlotte Clubs.
Lion Jerry Henry
Lion Ed Roberts
(704) 892 0276
Lion Gene Davis
Lion Neal Howes
Lion Jerry Shope
Lions will exchange one golf ball for every pair of used eyeglasses turned in for recycling on April 20, 2015.
Local drop-off locations are available to donate eyeglasses at any time before the tournament.