Belleair Country Club Golf Tournament - Belleair, FL

May 6, 2019
11:30am - 7:00pm
Belleair Country Club
1 Country Club Ln,
Belleair, FL 33756
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The tournament features a scramble format and is limited to 24 foursomes. Special operations personnel (active or retired) will join groups (Freedom Level and above) on the course, and will be present at the cocktail reception and the prime rib dinner afterward.

If you do not play golf, you are still cordially invited to dinner.

We are looking for players, dinner guests, sponsors and donations. Auctions, silent and regular, will be held at dinner. Anyone wishing to play, join us for dinner, donate an appropriate auction prize or item, purchase a sign, or simply volunteer to assist on the day of the tournament, should contact Samantha Daggett at 813-805-9400 or

Below is a registration form and sponsorship details if you are interested:
Belleair Foursome Registration

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