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Fore For Life Golf Tournament that benefits Be the Match and Versiti Blood Center of Michigan

2019 Fore for Life Charity Golf Outing

Don't miss your chance to golf this beautiful private course and support patients lives locally and globally.

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Mackenzie Ganzak

Community Engagement Representative
Email 616-233-8609

Fore For Life Charity Golf Tournament


Monday August 19th
Registration Deadline: July 2, 2019

Location: Thousand Oaks Golf Club
4100 Thousand Oaks Drive
Grand Rapids, MI 49525

Fore a Great Cause!


The Be The Match Registry at Michigan Blood has partnered with Thousand Oaks Golf Club again this year to host the 16th Annual Fore for Life Charity Golf Tournament. This outing is a festive occasion by which organizations and community members can make a tangible difference in the lives of patients locally and globally.

A field of 120 golfers will play a challenging course followed by dinner in the beautifully renovated Grand Oaks Banquet facility. The dinner program will highlight the program’s success of 2018, as well as include community awards and a special donor/recipient meeting. It’s a memorable experience you won’t want to miss!

Thousand Oaks is now a private course as part of Watermark Country Club! Don't miss your chance to golf this beautiful private course.

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Event Details

11:00 am Registration & Lunch
Driving Range Open
12:15 pm Announcements
12:30 pm Shotgun Start
4 person, 18-hole scramble
5:00 pm Cash Bar & Raffles Open
5:30 pm Dinner, Raffle, and Awards
Golf Foursome ($500)
• 4 Players (including lunch, dinner, snacks/beverages
Golf Foursome ($500)
• 4 Players (including lunch, dinner, snacks/beverages
Individual Golfer ($130)
• 1 Player (including lunch, dinner, snacks/beverages
Tee Sign ($50)
In Honor of, In Memory of, I Support signs are available. These signs will be displayed throughout the course.
Dinner Ticket ($50)

Impact Stories

Jesse Pagel presenting a check to Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin to support Organ Donation

Jesse Pagels

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Judges Derek Mosley and JoAnn Eiring

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Aaliyah Milledge

Aaliyah Milledge

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